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P.F. Chang's China Bistro Restaurant Review: Chinese cuisine is the inspiration behind the cooking at P.F. Chang's China Bistro. A nod toward healthy fare is reflected in some of the options, including the offer of brown rice instead of white. Crescent-shaped dumplings filled with ground pork or vegetables may be either pan-fried or steamed. And there’s a whole page of gluten-free choices. We like the ginger-steamed salmon served with bok choy, asparagus, tomatoes and shiitake mushrooms. Plus, the kitchen offers adjustments to dishes that will accommodate dietary needs. Numerous vegetarian offerings are marked with a Chinese character. Some dishes reflect the spicy current in Chinese cuisine, such as the coconut curry vegetables and dishes drawn from the Szechuan tradition. Soups are the usual sort although made from scratch, and the desserts, although tasty, seem out of touch with the rest of the menu. The improved wine list offers half-glass pours, and has wines that are Asian-fare friendly, such as Riesling, a Gewürztraminer and the King Estate Pinot Gris. Other locations.