Szechuan chef Peter Chang isn’t wasting time building the Washington arm of his growing empire. Just a month after opening an Arlington location–his first in the area—a sister Rockville restaurant is ready to serve the public.
The Rockville Town Square eatery is the seventh in a growing chain, and serves a near-identical menu of Szechuan specialities such as chive pancakes, ma po tofu, and cumin lamb chops; look for location-specific dishes among the daily specials. Business partner Gen Lee says alcohol and wine are arriving soon, but customers can bring their own beverages in the meantime. The dining room is open for lunch and dinnner.
This isn’t the last opening Washingtonians will see from Chang. A fine dining version of the restaurant may open in Navy Yard. Stay tuned.
20-A Maryland Ave., Rockville; 301-838-9188. Open for lunch and dinner.