The story of the prodigal son teaches a valuable lesson: boy leaves his wealthy father, blows all his riches on prostitutes, ends up impoverished, and finally returns to said dad, who isn't even pissed, and celebrates his return with a tremendous feast...man, Martin Sheen's great! Giving ATL hope that its world-renowned prodigal chef'll stay put, Peter Chang's Tasty China II.
In what used to be Olives Waterside, PC's is the new home of the massively acclaimed Sichuan-style ("super spicy") Chinese chef, who's back home after nomading his way around the nation, and who's put a gang of fresh recipes on the 100+ item menu while adding new black/green floral carpeting and jade curtains to the sprawling, Chattahoochee-River-abutting space -- where better to romantically chat a hoochie yourself? They're carrying over beloved apps from the first location (dumpling soup, hot lemon beef & coriander fish rolls...), while adding new starters including the "Dried Fried" whole small fish, the "Pan-Fried 3 Flavors" (a layered square of egg/ soy milk/ flour, sweet rice, 'shrooms, pork & bamboo), and the deep-fried smoked chicken/ dried tomato "Peter Roll", the go-to choice when you don't want anything too Stewie. Bigger newness includes traditional clay-potted duck soup, pan-fried salmon, steamed or braised catfish, stir-fried lamb chops, and shredded Jing Jiang pork in a secret sauce made with soy paste and sweet bean, which describes Rowan Atkinson when he's not busy extricating his head from the cavity of a turkey.
Because they care, they'll be pouring beer, wine, and sake from their two bars, and'll offer desserts like red bean-based pumpkin cake, ice cream, and sesame seed balls, which is about all Charlie was left with after so much nonstop hookering.