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Peter Chang Will Open a Rockville Restaurant
The celebrity chef’s first Washington venture is slated for 2015. By Anna Spiegel
Peter Chang (right), known for masterful Szechuan dishes such as mapo tofu, heads to Rockville. Photograph by Scott Suchman.
Comments () | Published August 19, 2014

Big news for Peter Chang devotees: The master of Szechuan cuisine plans to open a Rockville restaurant next year. A release from Federal Realty Investment Trust, which is behind the 3,100-square-foot space to be occupied by Chang in Rockville Town Square, says the eatery “will specialize in healthy and traditional Chinese cuisine and will be unique in concept from his other locations.”

The elusive toque has gained a cultlike following among his five Virginia restaurants, with eager diners ready to eat wherever he’s cooking next; the New York Times recently profiled his movements. The closest eatery for Washingtonians thus far has been Peter Chang’s China Cafe in Fredericksburg, with other locations in Richmond, Williamsburg, and Charlottesville. The Rockville eatery will mark the first Chang venture in our area, and will be open for lunch and dinner. 

Stay tuned for more details as they become available. 

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  • jgllo

    Yes, he ran China Star and then Szechuan Boy in Fairfax.

  • Thomas Jefferson

    Didn't he have a restaurant at the Little River Turnpike exit from I-395 and a subsequent one in Fairfax City?

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