We had wonton soup and king pow chicken Sat in the bar area Good service from Emily and Good food Not too busy on Monday
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Went with a party of 7 on Sunday afternoon. First visit. Our party ordered Egg drop soup and lettuce wraps for starter. The soup was ok, but bland. The lettuce wraps came with iceberg lettuce, could not recognize the filling, but it to was bland....More
Flavor of pork fried dumplings was off and plating was sloppy. Fried rice was over cooked and bland. Mongolian beef, while cooked properly, was extremely over salted. Kudos to our waiter for being the first member of their staff to give me water that tasted...More
Coming from the UK where all Chinese restaurants are run by Chinese families using imported Chinese ingredients (albeit using local meats) this was a big disappointment. It was like something you would make at home using a Chinese cookbook having bought your ingredients at Wallmart....More
You can drop in and expect to get very good food at P.F. Chang's. the portions are very good and representative of the price. The cashew chicken is fabulous. On major shopping weekends, this place gets very busy.
Of prices and amount of food. I would expect for a $14.50 plate of sesame chicken that there would be more than what was on the plate and we are not big eaters. I also ordered one of their new salads. $3.00 extra for chicken...More
Consistently good food, always decent service. We love the combo lo mein and the cashew almond chicken. Their gluten free menu is also good. The great wall of chocolate cake is amazing!
I usually try to avoid chain restaurants, but this was a very good experience. Came for dinner late on a Sunday with no reservations and the 4 of us were seated immediately. Shared crab Rangoon appetizer which was very good. Mongolian beef, crispy honey chicken...More