I love P.F. Chang's the service is wonderful. The food is amazing. And I have yet to get sick eating the food (after two years of trying them). So far it is the only place I really trust. I love that they have an allergy free section of the kitchen and the gluten free food is served on special plates. And take out is marked by a gluten free sticker.
Probably some of the best food I've ever had. Was told everything was GF. Definitely worth getting the combo so you can try two proteins. Had the snapper and chicken coconut curry. Wanted more as soon as I was done. Big flavor, big portions!
The vanilla and hummingbird babycake a were delicious! The chocolate and Cookie Monster baby cakes not quite as good. The chocolate based cakes aren't as moist, denser and have a bit of an after taste. The cookie on top of the Cookie Monster cupcake just crumbled but I did like the cookie dough filling. The black and white cake looked amazing but was a little disappointing. It was a chocolate based cake and had the same issues as described above. Vegan and gluten free may not play out as well for chocolate based recipes. I'm still newly diagnosed celiac so I am still taste testing a lot of things to find what works for me. I would def. go back for the other items and just stay away from the chocolate cake items.
Great and knowledgeable staff. I had the BBQ burger which was on an Udi's GF Bun. The burger was dry and bun was not toasted. But for a celiac to eat a burger out and not get sick- that's pretty epic! My husband had nachos, they were GF and very good. I would go back again- plus they had Crispin cider, my fave!
The ONLY reason we gave two stars is because the server was very knowledgeable, patient and kind and the drinks were decent. Other than that the experience was not a pleasant one. It was simply too dark! Fellow diners were using their cell phones as flash lights to navigate their tables. It took far longer than it should have for our food to be served. The ceviche tasted like it was made with canned shrimp. You know, that canned food saltiness? It was served with cold semi stale yuca chips that were so greasy that they were shiny. For fifteen dollars we expected actual chips, not rolled up overcooked straw like crisps. My husband had a Denny's quality prime rib and I was served over cooked gritty shrimp. His plate was accompanied by coconut rice that was crunchy.....it should not have been crunchy. My dish included a cherry tomato salsa that was really more like a poor attempt at a garnish. I feel like I could have gotten better quality food at Red Lobster!
Excellent dining experience, with very friendly service. No trouble dining around 7 pm Saturday without a reservation. May need one for any group, though, as the setting is intimate. Half or more of the selections were gluten-free, and the owner is well-educated in nutrition. The food was delicious, and servings were generous. Great little shop as well!
321 North Tejon Street, Colorado Springs, CO 80903
Thank you for the most delicious wonderful dining experience tonight! For the first time ever we walked in and all four kids could order anything they wanted...no worries. Our kids and all the adults ate like kings and queens! Fish and chips, pot pie, burger, chicken fingers...all the desserts...awesome!!!
Tasty. Easy to make a meal gluten-free, though celiac folks need to know there are flour tortillas on the line. They are very careful.
Why not five stars? Salt!
I ate there twice in one week - as excited medically-GF folks are likely to do when finding a friendly and yum option - and learned the hard way that Chipotle must be a special occasion, plan-ahead place for me. Darn.
The corn spaghetti can be sub'd for almost any pasta on the menu. The gnocchi is GF, as is the Alfredo sauce!! We had the chicken Marsala, which was the best we have ever had anywhere. They are very sensitive and aware of the GF diet needs, although the menu does not mention which items are GF. If you are a Celiac and love Italian, this place is perfect for you!