Monday, November 30, 2015


  1. kimmie

    Tom, any word about menu prices?

  2. Tom Maicon

    Not a clue, kimmie. It’ll be interesting to see how the wine and beer lists turnout.

    I plan to do an in-depth interview with Chang and Yang in the coming weeks that will post here. I’m going to ask about the wine and beer as well pricing.

  3. brad sprinkle

    Please ask him about corkage… one of the great things about Tasty China is that they allow you to bring in your own wine. Even better is that they do not charge a corkage fee.

  4. John

    Is there any update on this? It seems that there’s either been some confusion in the translation, or Mr. Chang is being somewhat deceptive, either with Tom, or the Media in Charlottesville.

    According to a Charlottesville news website, Peter Chang has signed the lease on a location in Charlottesville, where he plans to open Peter Chang China Grill. They also report that he is merely consulting on the opening of a restaurant in Atlanta.

    This is obviously incredibly disappointing. I was lucky enough to be around for the initial fervor when he first arrived in Atlanta, and have continued to eat at Tasty China even after he left. I was lucky enough to stop by one day during his recent visit and remembered just how much better the food is when he’s the one cooking it.

    Without him in the Kitchen, I don’t see a more expensive Chinese restaurant making it right now. The food is still good, just not exceptional enough to bring in an upscale clientele. Unless, of course, they bring Phong back to make sure everyone stays happy.

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