P.F. Chang's

Approval Rate: 73%

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    Mon Sep 19 2011

    This year my birthday's diner was great. We went to the local restaurant here in town (Lexington, KY) as usual for our birthday's or anniversary’s. Everything was just as I asked. Very pleased with the service. The waiter was as nice and helpful you can get. Thank you for a great evening with family and friends at PF Cheng's. Gabe

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    Tue Sep 06 2011

    Recently had the experience because of my daughter's birthday request. It could not have been more uncomfortable. Initially we were given the required speech by the waiter about the sauces they put on the table. They always locate them on the corner, apparently so as not to "get in the way." I moved them to the middle so we all could partake. Our waiter brought our appetizers and, after returning the sauces to the corner, placed our appetizers in the middle of the table. In an effort to move our appetizers where they belong (in front of the person that ordered them), the small sauce cup slid off the oddly designed plates and onto my lap. Naturally, I requested a damp cloth to clean myself and it took the waiter five minutes to return with same. I questioned why they constantly kept putting empty plates in front of us and pushing our food to the side, and the waiter said "that's the way we do it in case you want to share." Quite frankly, if I wanted to share, I could do it myself witho... Read more

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    Fri Jun 03 2011

    I have NEVER had such an uncomfortable and awkward dining experience in my life. Myself, my son, and 2 friends decided to try lunch at the Little Rock location on Memorial Day, and it was a nightmare. Our waiter, Gunner, was overbearing, talked incessantly, and touched everything on the table numerous times. He never left us alone for more than 2 minutes, and proceeded to read the entire HUGE menu to us, and give his own personal synopsis of each dining option. One of the friends with us notified the waiter about her shellfish allergy, and he acted like she should not have even tried to dine there. The food options they offered her were slim, and they were unsure if she should eat most of the things on the menu. They brought us our egg drop soup, and never said anything. Then he brought the manager over and said that she should probably not eat the soup....AFTER she already had!! The young manager had the nerve to ask my friend if she was going to have a reaction!! We are both nurses, ... Read more

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    Thu Apr 14 2011

    If you're reading this review, you've already, probably ate at P.F. Chang restaurant, and are so overwhelmed by a horrible experience there that you have decided to check out what others had to say about this! Because, after all, you couldn't believe that there are actually hordes of sodium-craving lemming just waiting to be seated. The outside had a gas filled nauseating air that would make you light headed, and in time give you gas poisoning. The inside is an overcrowded cluster of people sitting right next to each other where annoying conversations can be easily overheard. The bar is right in the middle of this mess, and if you want to order a drink to be made than prepare, oh prepare my grasshopper for the drink ingredients not to coincide with the drink name. If you are ordering pretty much any dish that contains meat, than be prepared to put at least 5000 mg of sodium into your body. Don't forget that the reason you keep putting those bits of meat into your mouth is bec... Read more

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    Wed Apr 13 2011

    WORST "Chinese" food I have ever had. I have NEVER complained about my food in a restaurant anywhere, but this was absolutely terrible. After waiting 15 minutes to even be acknowledged by the waiter, I ordered Kung Pao chicken. I might as well have been eating spoonfuls of salt. Two bites, and I was done. At least the rice was edible, and the waiter was sympathetic enough to bring me three glasses of tea to get the salt out of my mouth. I complained to the manager, who "took care of" the bill - except for the tea, of course. But he also informed me that I should have expected Kung Pao chicken to be salty. Really? I mean, Really? Nice - blame the bad food on the customer. That's a strategy that will bring me back. Not.

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    Sun Feb 13 2011

    The best tasting thing we had was the glass of water until I noticed that it was dirty. Never again! And when the manager came around and asked us how our meal was, I told her it was disappointing to the say the least , she said oh sorry and moved on , we did have a wonderful waitress though.

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    Sun Jan 30 2011

    Wow...it's amazing that a place SO busy has such unbelivably terrible and inedible food. This was my 1st time at PF Chang's - I only went because there are basically no asian restaurants around me except a bunch of run of the mill sushi joints but I wanted something OTHER than sushi for once. First I call early in the day to make reservations for 2. They tell me they are booked solid and that they already have a 45 min wait. so we decide to go early since it seems the place is already filling up. So we get there at 545 and the place is a mad house. A complete zoo. So i go to put my name on the waitlist and the wait is 2 hours!! I thought that was an exaggeration cause if they dont say a longer time than what it is, people get upset and demanding (i know from experience). So since it is early and really crappy outside, we decide to head to the bar and have a few drinks while waiting. Well I ordered a Mojito which was a big mistake - never seen someone use syrup in a mojito. I... Read more

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    Fri Dec 31 2010

    Lousy, chain Chinese food apparently designed with taste deprived Kwailos in mind. I've had worse Chinese food, but never with a shittiness so closely aligned to a marketing campaign suggesting its edible. Maybe if you live in Billings or Sudbury or Regina or Omaha this is acceptable Chinese food, but if you've ever had something good, this is like eating Kibbles and Bits.

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    Fri Dec 31 2010

    P.F. Chang's is a restaurant that serves typical Americanized Chinese food. My family and I have gone to their location in Sandy Springs, Georgia for years and I'm sorry to say that the experience has gotten progressively worse as the years have gone on. Today my sister, my mom and I got to P.F. Chang's around 5:30 (which we had a reservation for) in order to take advantage of the "Happy hour prices on appetizers. After we were seated we had to wait at least fifteen minutes before our waiter even acknowledged us. After taking our drink orders he took our appetizer orders. My mom and sister ordered the egg rolls which were luke warm when they arrived and I ordered the chicken flatbread. The "chicken flatbread" is nothing more than a quesadilla with a nasty cheese sauce so I got the vegetable dumplings instead. After that we got our dinner order which at least for mine was over salted. We also ordered the tea which we found out only came with one refill; something we had never experience... Read more

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    Wed Dec 29 2010

    PF Chang's in Warrington, PA, 12/28/10 @ 5:30....my first visit AND LAST I had called at 3:00 PM to make reservations for 10 guests at 5:30. The person I spoke with on the telephone told me the restaurant was booked solid and could not take reservations. He suggested we stop by and wait for a table. We arrived at 5:15 PM and the place was deserted so we were seated right away. Hmmmm..?!?!?!? The happy hour saki tasted like diluted $10 vodka. So I switched to Mai Tai which was bitter. Finally thought it was impossible to screw up a Jack and Coke but they did!!! The wonton soup was disgustingly greasy and salty with no flavor. I thought the lemon pepper chicken would be a safe bet but I was wrong. It was encrusted in their batter and slop sauce so I sent it back. Tried my sister's chicken lo mein it was loaded with sodium and garlic powder, which is still with me today. Why not use fresh garlic instead? My overall impression it that it is another sodium rich, processed food SLOP HOUSE j... Read more

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    Mon Nov 29 2010

    My dining experience at PF Chang's in early October at the Marlton, NJ PF Chang's included silicon in my tea. The tea kettles were apparently new and unwashed prior to use. For our trouble we received a $10 gift card and a very insincerely apology from the manager. The waitress was horrified, but the manager seemed to think nothing of it. I had to call poison control after leaving the restaurant to find out that I hadn't just been poisoned and did not need to rush over to the hospital, conveniently located across the street. Prior to this experience we had thoroughly enjoyed PF Chang's, however, I will not be returning.

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    Mon Oct 11 2010

    Our dining experience began by finding a thick, curly, black under arm looking hair in the tea. Had the tea not had hair, it still would have been disappointing, as it was extremely weak and bland. For appetizers we ordered pork dumplings and pork wantons, which took about 45 minutes to arrive and were also very bland tasting. Our entrees took about an hour to arrive and were the most disappointing of all. We ordered sesame chicken and moo goo gai pan. The sesame chicken had not a single sesame seed, nor did taste anything like sesame chicken. The best I can compare it to would be top ramen, drenched with soy sauce, over little mushy chicken pieces. The moo goo gai pan was almost inedible. It looked like a meal straight out of a can and tasted like chicken stock and salt. The snow peas and carrots were sparse and mushy in spots, as if thrown in rotten. I have honestly had better Chinese food at the dollar scoop, seriously. Unfortunately, it was about $55 (that would have gon... Read more

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    Fri Jul 23 2010

    Horribly prepared food, too salty and not much flavor. Atmosphere and wait staff very pleasant, but I need great food when I go out. Avoid this chain until they improve the food quality. The ribs were as tough as cardboard and not chewable. Most of what we ate was not above the quality one would get in a food court. Very disappointing!

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    Sun Jul 18 2010

    This was my second time to PF Chang's at two different locations. This is an all-hype franchise. Their food has little to do with Chinese food...it is so Americanized as to loose almost all it's character. The food is over salted...perhaps to cover up the fact that is is flavorless...and very greasy. The menus are non-descriptive and the food is equally non-descript. Generally at a Chinese restaurant you are offered some kind of easy appitizer to munch on before your main course...Not here...Everything is extra. This time I ordered the Kung Pao Chicken, which is supposed to be spicy. Instead it was a salty concoction of chicken nuggets with some peanuts thrown over the top. There was absolutely NO spice. If you are looking for Chinese food, I would suggest your local strip-mall take-out before going here--for half the price and twice the flavor. If you're looking for 'Chinese food' ala McDonald's, then you will not be disappointed.

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    Wed Jul 14 2010

    The food was terrible. Salty, greasy and thick with gravy. Yuck! Same with their smaller chain, Pei Wei. Fancy restaurant but terrible food!

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    Thu Jul 08 2010

    ate at the one in naples florida. had the special $40 for 2 people nice place good service hot sour soup-- run of the mill calimari app.--- tasty kung po shrimp--- simple fresh-- good chicken/brocolli-- again. fresh, simple tasty portions are good. overall good for a chain, don't expect n.y/ philly chinatown taste or diverse choices. i am from philly/ love chinatown. this isin't that, but for naples, which has many overpriced/ mediocore restaurants/ i would go back to pf chang's.

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    Wed Jun 23 2010

    PF Chang’s use to be one of the best atmosphere and foods places around.  But since they introduced their foods in frozen supermarket sections you can see that they serve the same frozen meals in their locations.  We have always loved their food but now all they have is the atmosphere and we will no longer eat there.  What a shame that they did not keep their fresh foods in their restaurants.  The rice was cold, the orange chicken uses to have bits of real orange!! Not any more.

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    Sun May 30 2010

    I hate pf changs it has the worst service ever if you are hunngry the shortest time you will have to wate is only an hour is it the best and if your ear herts and you need food fast your going to be in title pane.but the menu is better but they only have one thang that I like is the honey chikcen they don't have messo soup what kind of Chinese place dosint have messo this is a bad service but the food is grate .

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    Sat May 29 2010

    My experience is based on the P.F. Chang's Chinese Bistro in Sawgrass Mills Mall, Florida. I LOVE Chinese food. My family and I often visit Pei Wei. Knowing that Pei Wei and P.F. Chang's were affliates, we decided to try P.F. Chang's. This is one restaurant I will NEVER visit again. First, the restaurant is dark. It gives it a nice ambience, or at least that's what you think. You can barely see the menu. How are you supposed to know what to order? Take out your camera, and use it as a source of light. Secondly, the people working there were friendly. The one positive experience of the whole night. Those friendly people practically forget about my table. We ordered drinks, (soda, water, the norm) and it took FIVE minutes to recieve them. Our soda, was watered down...not due to the ice. It tasted as though the machines was running out of syrup. Thridly, I was at a table with four other people. Two of them ordered appetizers. They recieved their appetizers at different times. One perso... Read more

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    Mon May 10 2010

    one of the best restaurants i have ever been too!! i am happy i tried it, its now one of my favorites!! staff is on top of their jobs they are aware of people with allergies, really great experience.

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    Mon Mar 15 2010

    I used to love to eat at P.F. Changs but will no longer do so after getting Salmonella poisoning last week from the dip for the spicy green beans. I guess that part of that dip is a bought pre-made dip which was part of the massive recall they did last week (certain products with a certain vegetable oil). My doctor is treating me now. I have had symptoms for 5 days now and they said they may last up to a month. The stomach cramps alone are debilitating. I will not be returning for sure.

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    Sun Mar 14 2010

    Yesterday I had the most terrible restaurant experience in my life. This restaurant was one of our ones a week place to eat, but not anymore. I ordered the same food like every week, just this time I got something extra in my rice. That was somebody’s gum. It was the end of my dinner. I just couldn’t open my mouth any more. I am still brushing my teeth like a crazy but can’t make that mental picture disappear from my head. For some very popular place like this in the middle of Fashion Valley Mall in San Diego CA something like this is totally unprofessional and disgusting. You be the Judge, I’m not going there anymore.

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    Sun Mar 07 2010

    Heard so many good things about this restaurant, and my wife loves chinese food, so we finally went. Location was in Irvine, CA. We had hot and sour soup which tasted like a soy sauce reduction it was so thick and salty, not often you go through a whole glass of water trying to finish a bowl of soup. Also pretty sure the soup is the same thing they sell at costco in bulk. We ordered a spicy chicken dish and the orange peel shrimp which was also supposed to be spicy. Both items were not spicy and instead tasted identical, like onions. Couldn't taste the meat at all and they were not even remotely spicy, just drenched in marinade. Even after we talked to the waiter and said how dissappointed we were we never saw a manager, (not surprised really, I bet he was hiding in the back trying to justify serving such horrible food). In my experience when you tell a waiter your food tastes horrible and you don't have time to change it cause you've got other plans they offer to not make you ... Read more

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    Thu Mar 04 2010

    I used to love P.F. Changs and eat there quite often. P.F. Changs used to offer some of the best asian inspired cuisine out there until they started becoming overly corporate. Just like what happens when a lot of these restaurants go into mass expansion phase, they went from serving large portions of fresh and high quality food to offering the same tiny little shrimp and chicken bits you get with any other chain restaurant. It was really a shame to watch the transformation as this used to be one of my favorite restaurants. Now, I just opt to go elsewhere as the corporate big wigs always think that nobody will notice when portion sizes and food quality go down while prices remain the same. News Flash: I go out to eat because I want something more enjoyable than eating at home. Keep those extra large shrimp around and give me something that looks and tastes great and you will earn my business. The atmosphere is still great if they decide to bring the food quality back up a bit, maybe thi... Read more

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    Sun Feb 28 2010

    Words can not describe how disappointed my boyfriend and I were with the quality and taste of food we ordered from PF Changs. I by no means consider myself a food snob and although I go to Chinatown regularly and expected a degree of 'westernization' from this restaurant, I was still shocked at how disgusting this food was. The hot and sour soup was a glue-like salty concoction while the lo mein noodles were barely fried and in some places so congealed that they had not even been separated and fried properly. The szechuan was a deep fried tomato tasting excuse for a dish with no heat whatsoever. I can honestly say that I have enjoyed better food cooked by friends who are so hung over they can barely stand. Respect your tastebuds and your wallet. Don't waste your time or money on this rubbish!

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    Sat Feb 27 2010

    The food was so over salted that neither of us finished our dinner. Everything we ordered tasted the same which was odd in that we ordered four completely different items. Even happy hour could not make the experience any better. In the cause of fairness the waitress was very nice and helpful. Having said that, if you like Chinese food this was not it.

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    Tue Jan 12 2010

    If you have a genuine taste for Chinese food/cuisine, DO NOT, I repeat, DO NOT go to this place. It's a gimmick and a franchise of Chinese food. It's an embarrassment on behalf of Chinese food. If you want real delicious Chinese food, this is not the place. We ordered 3 entrees, and ALL were extremely SALTY. The quality of the food was terrible and very cheaply made. You can tell! Plus, we couldn't really tell the food entrees apart from one another because they all tasted the same. TASTES like one type of sauce. Yuck! The only upside was: the stylish design of the restaurant, the candle lighting, and good customer service. Otherwise, if you're up for the FOOD, it's a rip off. You'll have better LUCK eating take-outs from those Chinese places. DO NOT go if you are a Chinese food lover!

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    Fri Jan 01 2010

    I just visited the P F Chang's located in Buffalo NY (Walden Galleria Mall) and was very disappointed. We arrived at 2pm and were told there would be an hour wait so we left to shop in the mall and came back at 3pm. When we came back we had to wait another 20 mins. This was not good as it was not terribly busy and there appeared to be more than enough staff. Also there were numerous tables left uncleared and dirty for some time which was frustrating given the time we had to wait. We ordered soup and a basic entree. The hot and sour soup came quickly but was not prepared properly as it was too thick and overly salty (way too much corn starch added). Also this did not taste like an authentic chinese soup by any stretch of the imagination....how could they have gotten such a basic dish so wrong and still be in business? The entre took about 45 mins to arrive and when it did it was somewhat warm and did not look fresh. The food was steamed rice and vegetables so why it took so long to pr... Read more

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    Tue Dec 01 2009

    The Lansing Michigan pf changs has always been top notch, has been on my top two favorite list since it opened several years ago, I have been there at least 30 times, twice they messed up my meal or took too long, both times my meal was free and one time they gave me a free lunch coupon in addition. The changs lettuce wraps are wonderful, changs spicy chicken is great, the dali chicken is very spicy but very good, the szechuan by the sea was wonderful, the soups are great, I LOVE THIS PLACE!

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    Sun Nov 08 2009

    i have been to two locations of p.f. changs. the one in boston and just today in buffalo ny. both locations had great food and great prices. $40 plus tip, both times. even had leftovers for the next day.. we will be back to the buffalo location. oh and service was very good..

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    Wed Oct 07 2009

    I went to the PF Changs in the Prudential Center in Boston. I used the bathroom to wash my hands before the meal. I noticed one of the cooks leaving one of the stalls then exit the bathroom without washing his hands. This was disturbing. Regretfully I decided to stay and finish the dinner. It was all extremely over salted. After the meal I had an extremely painful stomach ache and had explosive diarrhea. I can't even imagine the invisible bacteria on the food if the COOKS don't wash their hands. Gross it's like crappy fast food except not as clean. I would never go back in a million years.

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    Thu Sep 17 2009

    Great restaurant, I have been there before. This time they have screwed it up badly. Good service though. It was my birth day, went down with my family, chose the same thing what I have eat the last couple of times at the same location. This time the soup was uneatable overcooked probably, I have got my beef away overcooked. It was like me and my buddyes going fissing and puting the stake on grill and go and fish for a couple of hours and tri to put some spicess to save the unsavable. Mr. cock, spicess will not make it up for the burn meat. If like that wasn't enough, I’m getting my desert which was just awful...banana spring rolls uncooked, which bye the way was thre mayn reason I was there in the first place. Probably they have changed the Cook, that is not a reason to pay the “price” twice. Once ruining my birth day dinner and paying for the messed up mill which I could not eat. I hope that you will have a better luck eating at PF Chang’s in Lexington, KY, on Nicholasville Rd. The o... Read more

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    Sun Sep 06 2009

    I’ve lived in Taiwan, Hong Kong, Singapore and China and eaten Chinese from New York to San Francisco. I didn’t expect a visit to PF Changs to hold any surprises for me. The food was good, a 7 out of 10. Beyond that, it was the worst example of chain dining that I have experienced in quite a few years. We made our 6 PM reservations online. Since it was my birthday, we checked the box labeled "special occasion." When we got to the restaurant exactly on time they found no record of our reservation. The did, however, seat us immediately. The waitress arrived and asked if we had been to Changs before. When we said no, the explained things to us condescendingly as though we had never been to a restaurant before. We ordered drinks. I asked for a Guinness draft as it was printed in the menu. The waitress came back to tell me that Guinness was only in cans. I don’t drink from cans and I don’t order bottled beer in a restaurant. I can do that at home. I found an alternative that real... Read more

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    Mon Aug 31 2009

    Would not want to return again because food is too overpriced. A tiny cup of Espresso was $2.25 and 6 medum sized crab wontons was close to $7 without tax. Really, I would get something better than these at a local oriental restaurant at a lower price, but the chain that covers close to 40 states would not be worth my money, even if I was in another state. The service was good, but I would have expected more oriental flavor inside the place- it looked too American. the food was OK, but not very filling if you take the starter courses. The bad really outweighs the service there, to sum things up. So even if I will have a first date there, my girlfriend would not be pleased going there either.

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    Mon Aug 24 2009

    After PF Chang's recent opening in Dedham, my wife and I reserved a table for two 24 hours ahead of time, since it is usually totally booked. Upon arriving we were led to the table after a short wait time. The table was situated in middle of huge very noisy dining room next to a large family table with a screaming baby almost next to me. The parents took the baby out to calm down, but it was ill-advised to bring it at all. I though that PF Chang required guests to dress properly, so we dressed that way, but I noticed that many guests were very informally dressed, actually very disgusting for a restaurant in that price range, with T-shirts with and without sleeves, shorts, flip flops, cell phones etc. The waitress was very nice and helpful. The appetizer came quickly. My spring rolls were excellent , good size and well filled with a delicious honey/mustard sauce. My wife's lettuce wrap was a large quantitity and also fresh and delicious. The entrees took almost an hour to arrive, so... Read more

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    Sun Aug 16 2009

    When I went to P.F. Changs the waitors didn't say a word and everything was way too salty. They didn't introduce us to the sauces or anything. The food was horribly sodiumafied and horrible. And never in my life did I go there again. If I could rate it a 0 I would. Never go there.

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    Thu Aug 13 2009

    too much sauce ... too much sodium... not at all good

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    Sun Jul 19 2009

    Sorry but this place is definitely overrated. It is not worth an hour wait and I don't see what all the hype is about. The service was wonderful but the food was average. Will not go again.

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    Tue Jul 07 2009

    Used to eat here all the time. I'll never eat here again after getting food poisoning last week. I'm still hovering over the toilet a week later! Flatirons Denver Colorado location

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    Fri Jul 03 2009

    Food is decent but so over priced. I would reccommmend Chinese Lantern in Hamilton Ohio. Small restaraunt same great food at realistic prices. If it wasnt for that weird smell from the bathroom it would be perfect.

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    Thu Jul 02 2009

    Standard focus-group generated selection of bland foods. PF Changs is a standard chain restaurant; the food is formulaic and has no real character. A Chinese version of Macaroni Grill basically. Soups taste like bland dishwasher, entrees aren't well seasoned, desserts aren't anything special. If there are no other options for Chinese where you're at, this might do. But if you live in an area with a significant Chinese population, Chang's might just leave much to be desired, especially when considering the competition.

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    Thu Jul 02 2009

    Commercial chinese food at it's worst. I did not like it here at all. It seems to be a good chinese restaurant for people who claim to like "ethnic" foods....but don't REALLY like it. Go to an authentic chinese restaurant and save yourself the trouble.

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    Tue Jun 23 2009

    I'm Chinese, vegan, and I actually like P.F. Chang's. In fact, it's one of my current favorite restaurants. It certainly isn't real Chinese food, but it does have its own merits. The two P.F. Chang's I normally go to are Honolulu, HI (the one in Waikiki, and the one near the IBM building), and I've been to the one near Disneyland in CA. There is certainly quite a bit of variation of taste/quality between dishes - some are fantastic, while others make me say "I can't believe they are charging this much for this pile of garbage." You just have to know what to pick. Their portions somewhat small, especially for the side dishes in which you ordered a "large". I ordered a large (Green Tea Soba Noodles) but they brought out what I thought was a small. The manager said that it was a large serving, but they just put it on a small's plate, and charged me only the small's price. My favorites (all vegetarian) are the Chang's vegetarian lettuce wrap (this one never fails to please me), Green ... Read more

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    Mon Mar 30 2009

    It is the perfect place to go when you get paid and buy a sack of green to bring the homies to get some well prepared munchies:]

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    Fri Mar 20 2009

    Number one: There were bugs everywhere. BUGS. BUGS! And the manager acted like these bugs were imaginary (yes, even after I killed one ON my chopsticks.). I went to the one at the westshore mall. NEVER GO THERE. EVER. I would have WALKED OUT, but I was at my sister's birthday party. (And she said that's her favorite resturant!) The manager didn't even offer to comp my meal- and the waiter was awful. My 3 year old could have done a better job with her people skills. THE PORTIONS WHERE AWFUL SMALL. I'm starving and I just left there. We paid $29 for two of us with lunch portions and water. LUNCH! NEVER EVER GO! BUYER BEWARE!

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    Wed Mar 11 2009

    I've noticed a common trend among the bad ratings for P.F. Changs and they all seem to be not from Ft. Lauderdale, Florida! If you really dislike P.F. Changs after you have it at the Galleria mall or the Sawgrass Mall then there is something wrong with how you process food in your brain. No offense though. Down here it does live up to all its hype. I'm pregnant and i seem to always be craving P.F. Changs' orange peel chicken or the dali chicken, idk what it is but when i have it im in nirvana. And i have to have it! i love it! The service is fantastic! The restaurant decor is beautiful! The food delicious! The bill? I spent $55.00 for three people (Orange Peel Chicken, Mongolian Beef, and the Orange Peel Pork) with an appetizer (Peking Dumplings) and desert (the Great Wall of Chocolate)!

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    Sun Feb 08 2009

    I was initially excited at the prospect of a new Chinese restaurant in our Asheville. My expectations are high since I have experienced "authentic" San Diego china town dining. Needless to say I was very disappointed. I like new things and will be the first to try something new. PF Changs is definitely different. Yes they have many of the old standards, however their interpretations were not even close. Granted the dumplings and sake were good, but the entrees were over spiced and strayed away from true Asian cuisine. Dining with another couple we all agreed it was not what we expected. The restaurant itself was noisy, crowded and not necessarily a fine dining atmosphere that we expected. I will say the service was good and we were treated as if we were experiencing fine dining. In conclusion the price we paid of $80.00 (2 people) was not worth it. We will better to spend our money at the Grove Park Inn where we will enjoy our dinner and enjoy a more pleasant atmosphere.

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    Mon Feb 02 2009

    OK So I have never been to this restaurant. I have read all these reviews. And judging by most, guess we will save our bucks. But wait! We have a gift card! What has me most disapointed is the fact that I called to make reservations for a group of 10. The very nice lady apologized and said that large groups are usually booked A YEAR in advance??? Is this true????? Is it REALLY that good!?!? Looks like we'll be going back to our old standby...the local and very fun hibachi grill.