I have UC and haven't been to my favorite restaurant P.F. Chang's, since diagnosis. I was encouraged by previous reviews so I went there for dinner with a friend on Friday, 7/21/17. I'm already vegan; I wrote a small list of foods I cannot eat on my low-FODMAP diet and gave it to my server, Keegen. He spoke with kitchen staff and told me my dinner choice, coconut curry veggies, is gluten free and could be made without onion and garlic. I asked to have tofu added..no problem. I requested white rice and eventually our meals were served. My dinner was delicious, very flavorful although a little watery so I added all the rice, which helped. I forgot to ask for no celwry so picked the few out. It's now the next day and I feel great. No issues at all! I recommend this testaurant as definitely GF friendly but do bring your list of ingredients you cannot have and request the low-FODMAP version of your meal. Not all menu items are friendly to our illness so check their ingredient list online before going there.
Finally a trusted Asian food restaurant!! So delicious and lots of options on their yummy gluten free menu. I usually get the chicken & broccoli with the egg drop soup. I have not tried their gf desserts yet, but I will when I don't spend my whole budget on the meal.
I have moderate celiacs and I've come here 3 times and have not had any issues
They really go above and beyond to make sure your meal remains Gluten Free. Your dish is specially marked as Gluten Free on special plates and the entire staff is trained to help eliminate cross contamination risks. Even better the food is delicious!
I have been here many times in the last few months and have never had a problem. As usual for PF Chang's you're brought a fortune cookie with the check. Use some common sense.
We needed a restaurant that was truly GF (I'm celiac) and truly kid-friendly (my daughter and I were crossing the entirety of the state en route to Vermont, and my 2- and 4-year old grankids were along for the ride). P.F. Chang's appears on everyone's list. I admit, my ginger chicken and broccoli tasted pretty good, and I did not suffer any ill effects. However, it took over an hour for us to be served, and that's asking a lot of such young children (or anyone). Though they provide a cute paper mat for coloring (and crayons), they don't offer anything in the way of kid-sized cutlery or bowls; the kids were expected to use some of the largest, heaviest forks I've ever seen at a restaurant! Not quite sure why we were left in limbo for so long -- no explanation for the endless wait was provided -- but we would never, ever return.
I had my first gluten free meal out here and was really disappointed. It was my first time explaining to a waitress that I was gf. She reassured me that it would all be gf. Well as great as it tasted, I was so sick later. Either it was not a gf meal or there was cross contamination. Afraid to go back :(
We had no issues here. Love the GF options
No Gluten contamination, just good old fashioned food poisoning. Service was slow as the restaurant was very busy, even for a Monday night. We ordered 3 dishes, Shrimp Fried rice, a chicken dish, and a beef dish, to share. At first everything seemed good, as other experiences at PF Chang restaurant's around the country. But about 15 minutes after leaving the restaurant, both of us had SEVERE stomach complaints and spent the next few hours in and out of the bathroom. I cannot pinpoint the dish that was responsible, it may have been the food in general. This made both of us hesitant about eating at Chang's again. Not just a bad taste in your mouth, after a night in the bathroom. I did not hear about anyone else having issues, but then not everyone posts reviews afterwards. I would walk past the restaurant in search of something else next time. GOOD LUCK, and be careful.
Staff are trained in allergies and they tend to understand cross contamination. 2x here and didn’t get sick.
Eat here often, tried everything off the GF menu. I’ve tried several locations, too, and I’ve never been sick after! I do think that the Scottsdale PF Chang’s has better chicken pad Thai, tho. And what happened to the ginger chicken?!
Friendly staff! Great food! Best part I didn’t get sick.
Great food and knowledgable staff. Gluten-free menu and they cook the gluten-free food in a separate area. No reaction after the meal. Felt very safe.
AmaZing food and they rlly understood celiac. I felt very safe and didn’t get sick
Food is still good and prepared with care but they got rid of the gf deserts and staff is dumb enough to ask if I want desert after ordering gf knowing they don't have anything for me. Good thing Cold Stone and Nothing Bundt Cake are right across the parking lot.
PF Chang’s is a great place to eat GF. They have a very nice menu full of great options. The GF Mongolian beef is one of my favorites. Have been here a handful of times since discovering I have Celiac and I have never had any reactions to their gf food. Will continue to go here. :)
Staff was not knowledgeable at all. Told me they had a separate area for GF. I am fortunate enough to have a Nima The Nima is a device that checks for gluten. When I got my order I checked it to see if it was safe to eat. Everything came back with Gluten. Extremely disappointed especially when I explained how my daughter had celiac and would effect her in a bad way. Don’t trust! No stars
I did get sick after eating here, but to be fair it may not have been their fault. I ordered a glass of sake, but afterwards realized that sake is not always safe so that might have been what made me sick. I was disappointed, however, with my meal. I ordered the gf hokkien street noodles but the gluten free menu made no mention of the fact that in order to be gluten free they would be made without the curry sauce. They weren’t bad, just very plain, and if the curry sauce is not gluten free it should not be included in the description of the dish on the entirely separate gluten free menu.
Have eaten here twice, and both times been okay. Hubby gets the gf also since it’s family style, so the whole table is safe.
Dedicated gluten free menu, knowledgeable staff. All GF food is served on logo plates. Wish they had GF sushi. Love this place.
PF Chang’s does a great job with GF food - a separate menu, and in the kitchen separate utensils that have only been used for gf food and even plates that are a different color to ensure no accidental mix ups. The manager was great at explaining all of this to us.
My daughter that has celiac always enjoys a safe yummy GF meal here! They are very careful.
Very delicious! There was a great selection on the gluten free menu, and the staff was very friendly and knew what they were doing. They cook all the gluten free items in a separate wok and offer GF soy sauce!
If you are Celiac make sure to mention to them that it is an allergy not a preference! They also have gluten free soy sauce make sure u ask! The Chang’s Spicy Chicken is Amazing! Although I have gotten sick before the waiter brought out regular soy sauce in a bowl and said it was gluten free.
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