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!
Great place for quick meal. Good value with GF options and size options. Just ask cashier for GF menu.
I have eaten here several times during lunch breaks and I have never had any problems. Excellent food.
Very disappointed. Non of the staff understood what gluten free was. The menu options were very limited and the food turned out to be anything but gluten free. I have Celiac disease and became very sick for several days after eating here. Never again.
They do have a dedicated GF menu, it's small, but it exists! moving in the right direction. My favorite GF dishes are Pei We I spicy chicken and the Vietnamese chicken rolls, dipped in the sweet Chile sauce instead of the gluten-laden peanut sauce. When you order GF to go, the container has a special "gluten free" sticker on it, which is nice that they go to the trouble.
I ordered the sweet and sour chicken and it was fantastic. I ordered it online to be ready at 12:00 and I assumed it would be ready when I got there at 12:00. However it took about 10 minutes for it. But the food was great.
They have a good section of gluten free food but the place was dirty. Totally grossed out. I work in food industry so I know how it should look. I had the gf sweet and sour chicken and it was okay...mainly just sour. I will deff try something else if I go back.
Hard to believe this restaurant is owned by the PF Chang group. Awful food, will not return
Great gluten free Sweet and Sour chicken and Spicy Chicken.
Spicy chicken is yum.
Separate GF menu.
Gluten free menu. Great for a quick lunch
They have 6 gluten free options. The gf menu is the size of a man's tri-fold wallet...but printed on one side. All of which are appetizers or salads. This makes me believe that anything cooked would be at risk of cross contamination.
Cross off the list another chain restaurant claiming to be GF. Adverse reaction to GF Pei Wei Spicy Shrimp. Blame it on cross contamination, I guess.
I would honestly rather spend more money to go somewhere else :/
After my celiac kids got violently ill the last two times we ate here, I complained via the online Pei Wei site. Customer service was outstanding and they sent us 4 free meal gift cards to use and reassured me they have reviewed gf safety guidelines, etc. so we tried it again. I was told that they do not have separate utensils or woks for GF. They put oil in the wok and heat it to a very high temperature and call it good. Folks, please note that gluten is a protein and it doesn't "burn off" like they describe. I do NOT recommend this for anyone with celiac, it is simply not safe.
Wish they had more options. My wife is Celiac and we have eaten at the Troy site, dozens of times. My wife has never been contaminated. She would be ill within twenty minutes if so. That said, the company does not interested in expanding the menu. We have contacted them and get a form letter response.
lots of choice here. I had Vietnamese Spring Rolls.
Food was okay nothing I'd run back to any time soon.
Did not get what was ordered. Lots of cross contamination. Workers did not seem to know the importance of keeping things separated for allergy reasons, or did not care.
Pei Wei has been a leader in offering tasty GF options on their menu. The Pei-Wei Spicy Chicken Salad GF is a long-time favorite and I always get 2 lunches out of it. The Vietnamese Garden Rolls are always a great snack. Unfortunately, I feel they have been missing the mark lately with the new Lettuce Wraps and other new items that cannot be ordered gluten free. Lettuce Wraps have long been an almost universal alternative to carb-heavy and tortilla or bread-wrapped meals, and also one of the most common ways to provide a gluten free alternative (even at their parent restaurant - PF Changs). SO, it felt like a slap in the face as one of their biggest fans when their Lettuce Wraps hit the menu and there was no way to order it gluten free. I mean, c'mon, would it really be that hard to just switch over to all gluten free soy sauce or whatever it is in those things that shuts a good portion of your customers out of having them? Kikkoman even has a GF Soy Sauce now that is almost indistinguishable from the regular (shouldn't have wheat in it anyway) version.
I'm new to being gluten free, and this has become one of our go-to places. I love the sweet and sour chicken. They cook it with really fresh veggies and you can even have an option of fried or white rice! I've also tried their Vietnamese salad wraps and those satisfy my egg roll craving. I only wish they had a more expanse menu, but delicious and I haven't gotten sick! The staff is also pretty knowledgeable on gluten free options.
Ate here once, a few options, but the most exciting is gluten free sweet and sour chicken. Would go more often if it was closer
Don't order online, good food though
Pei Wei is a fusion restaurant that is owned by PF Changs. Gluten free menu shown online is more extensive than what the staff will show you at the restaurant. My advice is to look at the online menu to see what items can be made GF. The staff's knowledge of GF is not as good as PF Changs.
I really enjoy the Roasted Wok Veggie Salad. I add chicken too but need to remind the cashier to add GF chicken. They failed to do so once but fixed it immediately.
If you're looking for a quick place to get gluten free chinese, this place usually does the trick. Not a whole lot of options, but the price is right and it cures the craving. Plus their soda machines are just FUN!