I want something hot and numbing.
“We don’t want to just expand and lose the quality. That is what we are concerned about,” says Gen Lee, Chang’s business partner and consultant of five years. “We said, ‘Let’s go to one region at a time when we’re ready and set up a central kitchen first.’ ”
And when it comes to region number two, it’s Richmond’s turn to Wok.
Though Chang and Lee first collaborated in Charlottesville, Lee says it’s actually the VCU neighborhood that’ll get the second Wok, and it’ll happen later this year. This, again, is more strategy.
I love eating at Peter Chang’s and since I work in the Fan I’d love it even more if I could eat at Peter Chang’s without driving to Short Pump. Thankfully Richmond Magazine has all the details about why this move is happening now.
Image: Peter Chang