My husband has celiac and this is our go-to restaurant in Annapolis! They have a separate Gluten Free menu with a variety of options (our personal fave is the Chang’s Spicy Chicken). When ordering, we tell our server that we eat GF for celiac and they reassure us that they have a separate prep area in the kitchen. Our food always comes out on special plates only used for gluten free orders. The staff always seems well trained in how to accommodate all allergies, including dairy and nuts. They have gluten free soy sauce upon request. By policy they still have to bring you the fortune cookie at the end of your meal, we usually give ours to friends or leave on the table. Wonderful safe place to eat!
I was apprehensive about eating here after reading the other posts but everything went well today. I spoke to the manager before ordering and the entire staff seemed to be aware of the precautions necessary for safe eating for my celiac husband. We all ate from the gluten free menu so we could share. We had a great experience today!
I informed the waitress about my celiac, ordered, ate, and spent the rest of my visit in the bathroom. I was sick for a week.
P.F. Chang's is usually my go-to restaurant. I ordered the gluten free fried rice, which I have gotten at different locations several times. They assured me it was gluten free and it came out on the special plate. Within an hour, I was experiencing all the usual Celiac symptoms, during a long car ride! When we called to let them know something went wrong, the manager got defensive and said it must've happened somewhere else. I had barely eaten anything prior that day, and it had all come from my own dedicated gf kitchen. I'd be cautious eating here. If the staff had been more understanding, I might feel different about going back.
Ordered from gluten free menu, told server we were gluten free, and asked for gluten free sauces. However, my girlfriend and I are both sick and had difficulty sleeping last night from upset stomachs and gas pain because somewhere they screwed up. Our waiter seemed nervous at the end of the meal when we told her we had celiacs. I haven't had problems here in the past but I am very angry about my latest experience.
GF food always served in differently marked dishes. A number of GF dishes available marked on the regular menu in a special section.
Waiter was very knowledgable; service was good; menu was select but food was delicious.
one of my favorites. large gf menu with lots of choices. well trained kitchen and staff
Had a wonderful experience.
Thrilled to have safe Chinese food!! Pricey, but nice for a special dinner out.
Gluten Free section is on full menu. GF egg drop soup, GF lettuce wraps, and GF Mongolian Beef are our favorites. Make sure wait staff put GF soy sauce on table.
Always a safe bet and one of our favorites on the road and at home!
I ordered fried rice from their gluten free menu (which is not extensive, but still has some good options) and it was delicious! I felt great afterwards.
I generally love P.F. Chang’s as a chain but this location just isn’t up to par. I have eaten here a couple times and I have had problems every time. Twice my mom (also celiac) and I had gotten food that is not gluten-free on a gluten-free plate. I recently ordered the gluten-free fried rice and it was completely bland. They also have never gotten our order right even for the gluten eaters in my family.
Wouldn't consider most places celiac friendly but the staff was very on point and was had a wonderful experience. Was also with a vegetarian, making our table overly complicated compared to most tables. Nonetheless, had a slight issue witch an average plate. That was more than taken care of. Was very pleased with my visit! Would be delighted to return again
Great experience here. I love that they have a dedicated gluten free menu. Loved the chicken pad thai. The new management has been great in helping step up service and our waitress was very prompt and attentive.
Great Ginger Chicken and Broccoli. Waitress promised that the staff understands food allergies and my I was given a Gluten Free menu. It was the first time that I was able to eat in a Chinese restaurant in 10 year's. The food was wonderful, the service was awesome. I had no problems with cross contamination. 5 stars all of the way.
They have a dedicated gluten free menu. My server was very knowledgeable and the food was delicious.
I dined in a group of 7 and am coeliac. There were a few gluten free options (nb check the pricing on the GF menu - I questioned everything being $2 more expensive than reg and they said it was an error). Servers weren’t that knowledgeable about any of the food or wine items and they tried to sneak extra drinks we didn’t order onto the bill. Food was pretty good and venue had good atmosphere
Not good for celiacs. Even though their corporate policies seem like they’ll be good at handling your food (food comes out on a specifically marked plate, labeling on the menu is good), I got extremely sick after eating a rice noodle dish here. High risk of cross contamination.
Always my goto restaurant. The Mongolian beef is my favorite. Too bad the fortune cookies are gluten.
We love that we can place an order when we land and it's ready to go when we arrive to pick it up. Their menu is limited, but they still have several GF options. Note that they don't take gift cards at this location. it's located in the main entry area of the airport between all of the terminals.
My mother and I came here for my birthday (three weeks ago). We had just gotten off the road after driving for over a hour(stayed in he area). The waiter was very knowledgeable about gluten free. We got my favorite beef and broccoli with white rice. It was very filling and I didn’t get glutened from it. The waiter even gave my fortune cookie to my mom, so that I wouldn’t get cross contamination from touching the outside part of the fortune cookie bag. Love it here! My favorite!!!
Amazing experience granted the menu is not huge but what they say they do is awesome. I am intolerant so I am not a good test subject to see if what they do is true. But I got to eat a dish I have not had in years shrimp and lobster sauce. The left overs were good too! No headache 😍
The food was amazing. It said GF and I got the fried rice with chicken and was impressed how good the breading was..... and then I was in for the worst night ever. Almost went to the hospital. So scared to even think about eating out again.
GF menu is small but adequate. Despite it being a chain, I trust this place because the risk of Cross contamination seems pretty low since most of the menu is already naturally gf when you change out the soy sauce. Told them we were eating gf, our server was awesome. He brought out a bottle of gf soy sauce, when we asked for straws he grabbed them with clean napkin when handing them to us (one of my biggest pet peeves as a person with food allergies is watching a server clear plates with half eaten food and wiping down counters with food covered rags then grab a straw with their dirty hands & plunk it down into my drink and having to ask for a whole new drink). He was trained very well and stated their protocol of food prep without us having to awkwardly ask. I felt like a normal person eating there. A little pricey but i don't mind paying since they take such care, amazing tasting food, and great atmosphere. I'd recommend the street noodles, spicy Chang's chicken, and mongolian beef of course! My only complaint, is that we had to ask for new plates and forks since the hostess who sat us laid the regular menu all over our clean plates and utensils. those menus get dirty and covered in food, and for someone with food allergies this is a big stressor. Most people just don't think about it, but if your serving those who have allergies it's something the front of the house should be doing, not just the cooks in the back of the house. The experience is just as important as the food. Either way, love PF Chang's!
If you have Celiac, don't eat here. I worked at PF Chang's and saw food being prepared for GF people. The rice is kept in three buckets, one white, one brown, one fried. One spoon is used for all buckets, and when not in use, the spoon is put in a cup of water. The regular fried rice has soy sauce in it. If you get GF fried rice (or any rice), it's contaminated by the spoon. GF sauces are not kept separate from other sauces, and it's likely that soy sauce gets on the GF things. I've seen it happen. There are so many chances for contamination.
My daughter is newly diagnosed with gluten intolerance and we were excited to see they had multiple options for her. Service was super friendly but when my daughter asked for gf soy sauce she was brought packets of regular soy sauce. Thankfully she's smart and reads labels and didn't use any. We waited forever for someone to acknowledge us to ask for the correct gf soy sauce and by the time she got it the rest of us were finished eating. She ate a small portion of her chicken fried rice and shortly after was sick and in pain. Thoroughly disappointing.
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