Great food, horrible service.
Very limited GF menu; a bit pricey. Food is OK; a solid B. May try again. It's so easy to do GF Asian that they really should do more than dip their toe in the water.
Pei Wei basically has two gluten free entrees, the Spicy Chicken and Sweet and Sour Chicken. Both are very good. However the choice is really limited. They do offer gluten free soy sauce. However, I do wish that they had more to offer. Before going gluten free we really enjoyed eating here. It seems like they could make more of their menu available in gluten free options.
Pei Wei has a special station to make all the gf food & special gf plates. One of my favorite take out places. I like the online ordering for take out so you can see that the gluten free was added to the order.
Have eaten there several times with my daughter (who is super sensitive celiac) and we both were fine. Fast casual type restaurant where you order at the counter and they bring the food to you. Wish they had a larger selection and GF lettuce wraps like PF Changs.
they could possibly deserve a 5 star rating, however they have a very limited menu. give me a third entree possibility and they get that the fifth star. or make the lettuce wraps gluten free like PF Changs and it would be 6 stars easy. yum!
consistent. narrow set of selections. tasty. sweet and sour available.
good fast food. they do a good job of preparing gf food never gotten sick from them. good prices as well
Great choice, I regularly eat here and get the Pei Wei Spicy Shrimp every time. Delicious and haven't gotten sick out of the many times eating here for lunch
Gf menu is very limited but good. I agree there is better gf Chinese out there. But this at least a safe consistent fast option for celiacs.
While they have some vegetarian items on their regular menu, they have absolutely no vegetarian options on their gluten free menu. I asked the woman working the counter if they could sub out the ingredients to make something that was both gf and vegetarian and she said it wasn't possible. The only option was edamame. Lame.
They do have a GF menu however they don't like to actually read the tickets so your chances of getting what you ordered are about 50%. Watch very carefully and never ever leave without checking your bag if you order to go. I went with not celiac friendly simply because they can only get an order right about 50% of the time so you can't really trust them.
I recently went with a large family group and as stated before the gf menu is small, and I had the orange chicken and it was made with some sort of sweetner which wrecks havoc on me and didn't taste well. But no gluten symptoms, staff didn't seem knowledgeable when asked about other items so I didn't risk it. The rest of the family enjoyed and over all not a complete disgust, but I was put a little of by the lack of options
Not a lot of choice but the food quality is great!
There are 6 gluten free items on the menu, one of which is hardly edible. The sweet & sour chicken is just awful -- imagine cooking chicken in vinegar and adding some orange colored gel and you've got it. The vinegar taste ruined the whole plate. I won't be back.
Very disappointed as well, food was mediocre and pricey, prob will not go back. Not many GF options either
Finding a decent GF place poses a challenge, especially while traveling away from familiar home locations. My wife and I both just ate there and let's just say the food was...... Delish! The wait staff was familiar with our dietary needs as well as the GF options the restaurant offers. There is nothing worse than getting the "deer in the headlight" look when you mention that you don't eat gluten. If we all take the time to post feedback on this site all of us GF's will have an easier time finding good safe places to eat. Wherever our travels take us.
Extremely limited GF menu, but at least it exists. There were literally only 2 or 3 GF entrees, so not a good choice if you're a picky eater. (Which is disappointing when it's SO EASY to make Asian food GF.) I was ready to give them just 1 star, but a few things changed that as I was leaving with my to-go order. First, they had GF soy sauce in packets, which is hard to find and a definite plus. Secondly, their order receipts have a good GF distinction in bright red letters. And my to-go order had a GF sticker on it. So while I was totally disappointed in the GF menu options, it did seem like they had a strong GF procedure in place. Not sure I'll be back, but it isn't altogether a horrible choice.
I've verified that my receipt says GF. The person who brought the order to the table specifically said it's gluten free. Yet the shrimp was battered. I just thought they used corn starch like they do with the chicken. It tasted really good... maybe that should have been a red flag? Well, then it's my fault too. Yesterday and today have not been enjoyable. :(
This celiac truly appreciates the safe dining experiences I have had at Pei Wei in Stuart ,Florida. Limited, but delicious GF offerings, knowledgeable and extremely friendly staff and a place to enjoy a meal that won't kill me. :) Especially yummy Vietnamese chicken salad rolls.... Thank you, Pei Wei!!
last 3 times there I have gotten sick. Someone doesn't take gluten-free seriously. And the last time I had a dead bug in my meal.YUCK!!!! They did give me a refund for my meal.
Good food. Ask for the GF menu. They have a handful of items. I had GF edemame, spicy chicken and spring rolls from the gf menu. All great. Ask for gf soy sauce packets. They are prepared to serve GF and it's not a problem. We fed a family of four for $45. Best gf Chinese food experience I have had.
I got the gf sweet and sour chicken and it was horrible. It tasted like cleaning products. The only reason I gave it two stars was because I didn't get sick. My wife got the dynamite chicken and ended up throwing it away because it was so terrible. I was very disappointed and we definitely will not be eating here again.
Everyone seemed very skeptical of my request to make sure it was cooked in a clean pan. We'll see how I feel....
You have to ask but they have gluten free soy sauce.
I had the Pei Wei spicy chicken - the only entree marked GF. Rice, chicken, carrots, and pea pods. It was good. A bit expensive at $9.40, but it is at the airport. It took about 10 min for them to make. I heard them communicate it was GF, but didn't watch the prep to see what that meant for them. You can see the cooking area if you want to monitor.
Had the spicy chicken. It was crunchy and savory. Delish! I can eat Asian food again!!!
5-6 item gluten free menu. friendly staff and chefs
They have a small gluten free menu, my advice is to ask for the manager to take your order so it is done right. I have gotten very sick before called the restaurant to let them know, a manager called me back and urged me to come back and ask for a manager to take my order. I really enjoy this place, fast and decent food.
Small gluten free menu, but it tastes delicious! I'm just thankful that they were thoughtful. :-)
We love the GF Vietnamese Chicken rolls & GF Pei Wei spicy shrimp. They are consistently good, and the order info is saved for the next time you call which is very convenient.
Current staff doesn't get it. They glutenated me today. A black plate signifies gluten free but they brought it out on a white plate. I questioned it but they said it was gluten free - NOT. Give back the white plate every time and make them redo the order
Usually we love Pei Wei but tonight we had a pasta noodle in our GF dinner. I retuned it to the kitchen and when we received the second GF dinner, it also had a noodle in it. Be careful all GF eaters.
The gf menu is extremely small. 4 salads and 2 entrees. That's it
This food was honestly horrible. I'm typically pretty easy to please, but I couldn't even finish my soggy spring rolls, and the sweet & sour chicken gave me an instant stomach ache. Never again.
I was very disappointed with their "new" menu. First of all, I don't appreciate having to wait in line in order to ask for a gluten free menu. Second, I really don't like the fact that the gluten free menu is all of the size of a baseball card with very few choices. Just wondering, why do restaurants feel it is necessary to make those of us with celiac feel as those we are acting as a burden by making us seek out this special hidden menu? If you have gluten free options why not put those in with the regular menu? Anyway, not worth going to Pei Wei, they really have such a limited menu if you can even consider it a menu.
They have a limited gluten free menu but it is there. I had GF fried chicken (with potato starch) covered in sweet and sour sauce. First time I had fried asian items in a while! Good for a quick dining out option.
They had a total of 5 or 6 items on the GF menu. I ordered the spicy Pei Wei with chicken and white rice. There was way more sauce than substance, and the sauce was this thick sugary stuff. I wasn't particularly impressed and could not finish what I was given.
They have a gluten free menu and GF soy sauce packets! Love eating there and you can get gf fried rice if u ask as a side instead of plain white or brown rice. (Person taking your order opens the soy sauce packets for the chef) Delicious and very accommodating. I've never had a problem being glutenized and eaten there a ton!
Limited choice but at least there's something to eat.
Only had 5 options but I really enjoyed the gluten free sweat and sour chicken. They were even able to provide me with gluten free soy.
The chef prepared fried rice using gluten free soy sauce just for me. It was yummy!
The spicy chicken is awesome! Second time having it in two months and I did not get sick. When it says GF still tell them GF and they will change their gloves. I didn't ask but did see the cook change gloves. Highly recommend!
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