Maybe it's the typically drab décor of neighborhood Chinese restaurants that puts you off. Perhaps it's the frustration of not being able to translate the menus on the wall or comprehend the nightly specials as inventively enunciated by your Chinese waiter. Is it possible you are creeped out by murky-water fish tanks cramped with catches of the day, or subconsciously disturbed by years of hearing whispered jokes about disappearing cats? Whatever the reason, if you like Chinese food but are not especially excited at the prospect of dining in a Chinese restaurant, P.F. Chang's China Bistro is just the place for you. And judging from the crowds bunching into the new Brickell branch of this popular nationwide chain, there are a lot of yous out there. (Note to nosy linguists: I'm from Brooklyn and... More >>>