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Food Notes: Ping by Charlie Chiang

Those who have more time to linger are encouraged to sample from Ping by Charlie Chiang’s Modern Bento Box menu which includes a option of any “xiao die”, or small plate, accompanied by a California roll, miso soup and three interesting chef’s bites for $15....   > read the entire article

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Worth the Trip: Shiny Slippery Shrimp
by Bonnie S. Benwick

This dish is much like the renovation of the Shirlington restaurant itself, which had been Charlie Chiang's from 1987 until February: splashy, sleek and accented with red.Small shrimp are dipped in a potato starch-cornstarch-water batter and deep-fried for 1 minute. Then they are swirled in a sticky sauce made with garlic, ginger, Sriracha chili sauce, ketchup, Chinese cooking wine, white vinegar and sugar. The glistening heap that arrives at your table stays crunchy, sweet and fiery down to the last bite ($10).   > read the entire article
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This February, Prepare for Fusion
by Chris Silva

Asian fusion is in, and D.C.'s Charlie Chiang’s doen't want to be left out. The decades-old franchise will open a new, 90-seat restaurant in Arlington's Shirlington neighborhood early next month. Sushi will be prepared by chef Lawrence Chung, formerly of Sushi-Ko, and signature dishes will include pork shoulder braised in red wine, five-spiced stewed beef short ribs, steamed flounder filets rolled with matchstick vegetables and sweet & sour cream cheese eggplant bites...   > read the entire article
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Dish - A New Face for the New Year
by Tom Sietsema

In July, the owners of the Charlie Chiang's restaurant empire took stock of what was happening near their Shirlington outpost (4060 Campbell Ave.; 703-671-4900) -- the Signature Theatre and a new library had moved in -- and decided that their Chinese restaurant, one of six they own in the Washington area, could use some tweaking. Seven months and $1.6 million later, the family behind the business is getting ready to show off the result, which includes a top-to-bottom, front-to-back renovation and an expanded name: Charlie Chiang's Ping. "In Chinese, 'ping' refers to the highest standard," says co-owner Jean Chiang. "If someone has ping, he has good taste."...   > read the entire article
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  PING Restaurant Review
by Rachel Cooper

The menu features a nice variety of Asian-fusion cuisine highlighting a combination of American local ingredients with the flavors of Asia. Signature dishes include Pork Shoulder Braised in Red Wine, Five-Spiced Stewed Beef Short Ribs, Steamed Flounder Filets Rolled with Matchstick Vegetables Sweet-Soy Sesame Jumbo Shrimp Pearls, Flaming Steak Christiana, and Lamb of Two Seasons. Many of the dishes are unique combinations. I enjoyed the milder dishes, but the spicy one's were too strong for my taste. (and I'm not particularly meek in that area)...   > read the entire article
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