The food at PF Changs was very good. Not typical Chinese food. The Korean BBQ Chicken was excellent. Not so fussy on the Wonton with crab. Overall a good dining experience
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We stoppe din for some happy hour appetizers and cocktails before going to a nicer dinner down the street. With that being said, the food was pretty good, but probably overpriced if purchased at full price. The drinks were good, and so was the service.
The ambience and service are very good. But, that is about all. The food was not Chinese at all. It is sort of fake or Americanized Chinese. The dishes were bland and not authentic at all. The less said about the taste, the better. A Chinese person would be surprised to see that this food is being sold as Chinese... More
I looked forward to dining at P.F. Chang's after the football game on September 25, 2016. I was promptly seated and ordered a beer and the hot and sour soup as my appetizer. The beer was not cold and the soup was not hot. I ordered the szechuan beef dish. The entire dish looked unappealing. The beef was extremely overcooked... More
Was looking for an asian restaurant to have some dinner that doesn't involve meat! Great options such as pad thai with tofu, fried rice etc.. Highly recommended if you want to give your stomach a rest from all the meat meat meat meat!
PF Change is a chain restaurant, but delivers an interesting and somewhat unique experience for midwesterners. The downtown restaurant always seems to be busy, so it's wise to make reservations if you're on a schediule or particularly hungry. The food isn't exceptional, but it's quite good.
The menu is a mixture of Asian foods, from Chinese to Japanese. The Californian roll i had was pretty good, but the Hot and Sour soup was poor. Overall, the food the three of us had was average or below. Large portions, but low quality. The service, however, was great.
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