• P.F. Chang's

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Serves meat, vegan options available. U.S. restaurant chain offering Americanized Chinese cuisine since 1993 expanded to include international franchisees. Several of the sides and appetizers are vegan, such as the lettuce cups (choose veg), chili-garlic string beans, wok spinach, and Sichuan asparagus, among others. Clearly labeled vegetarian dishes include Thai curry, stir-fried eggplant, Buddha's feast, and mapo tofu - vegans please inquire if any are vegan or could possibly be made vegan. Fried rice can be ordered with vegetables only (ask to omit egg). Open Mon-Sun 11:00am-9:00pm.


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2 Reviews

First Review by Gudrun

Uncle Gonzo

Points +121

Vegan
10 May 2016

Only one vegan option

According to the chef at my local PF Chang's, the only vegan item on the menu is the steamed Buddha Feast. I'm not 100% sure if the chef understood what vegan was though, because the other vegetarian options looked like they were vegan according to what was listed on the menu descriptions.
Updated from previous review on Monday May 09, 2016

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Gudrun

Points +4875

Vegan
13 Apr 2015

Not bad

Quite a nice place with outdoor seating and friendly staff. I asked which of the four vegetarian main dishes were vegan and a staff member went to check it out. She came back with the confirmation that all were.

I had a lettuce wrap as a starter. It consisted of half of a big head lettuce with some spicy soy filling on the side. It looked a bit odd, but after I figured I had to make the wraps by myself I did that, and they were quite tasty. I couldn't use up all the lettuce, though.

For the main dish I had "Coconut Curry Vegetables" with light curry sauce, (according to the menu) "crispy" silken tofu, baby bok choy, tomatoes, carrots, red peppers, mushrooms and peanuts. Unfortunately the silken tofu was not crispy at all, it was actually soaked with fat and tasted accordingly. A pity, because the rest of the dish was quite good.

I would like to come back and try the other veggie dishes - but I guess I will avoid the silken tofu.

Pros: various veg options, friendly staff

Cons: silken tofu soaked with fat




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