18 October 2007

P.F. Chang's China Bistro

After trying the new P.F. Chang's offering Pei Wei, I would have been remiss if I ignored the vegetarian menu items from the flagship P.F. Chang's. Overall, the food quality is good-not-great. The service is solid, and although the place has a great deal of vegetarian options, most neighborhood Chinese bistros offer better quality vegetarian food at better prices. P.F. Chang's is a safe option that can easily be beaten by the competition.

They do clearly indicate vegetarian offerings on the Chang's menu, a technique I applaud. The vegetarian lettuce wraps were decent if unspectacular. The ma po tofu, an item that must be carefully ordered from Chinese restaurants because it is often made with pork, is piggie-free at P.F. Chang's.

The wine list is carefully selected to be matched with Asian dining, and is passable. Check out the pictures below.

PF Changs

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