HMSHost opens PF Chang’s restaurant at Tampa International

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Concessionaire HMSHost has officially opened its new Chinese and Asian food restaurant PF Chang’s in the Main Terminal at Tampa International Airport in Florida.

Located pre-security, PF Chang’s provides travelers with a relaxed Asian-themed setting complete with a towering horse statue at the restaurant’s entrance. The design is contemporary, marked by a theme of openness that maximizes incoming natural light, along with cleanly finished stained wood planking, dark bar tops and tabletops, and modern light fixtures.

Dishes at PF Chang’s are influenced by its ‘farm-to-wok’ food philosophy and include renowned recipes such as Chang’s Chicken Lettuce Wraps, Mongolian Beef, Cecilia’s Handmade Dumplings and Kung Pao Chicken. Tampa will also be the only PF Chang’s airport location to offer sushi dishes including spicy tuna, Kaleidoscope, Aloha and PF Chang’s Roll.

Derryl Benton, executive vice president of business development, HMSHost, said, “It is a great joy to be celebrating the opening of PF Chang’s, an outstanding symbol of quality, at Tampa International Airport. The commitment to quality that PF Chang’s follows is part of why the brand is so widely loved and respected.

“Together with our partners at PF Chang’s and the airport, we look forward to serving this famous fare to travelers.”

Genaro Perez, vice president of marketing for global brand development, PF Chang’s, said, “We are thrilled to be part of Tampa International Airport’s new restaurant offerings and to partner with HMSHost, a fantastic operator who we are confident will deliver PF Chang’s fresh, made to order cuisine paired with great drinks and superior service.”

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