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 :(
For the first time ever I do believe we got glutened at Chang's. Either that or worse. My husband isn't gluten free but he orders it with me anyway and we both felt sick after eating here with stomach cramps and the rest of it. Maybe it's cuz we went between lunch and dinner when it was super slow but the waitress pretty much forgot we were there, offered no gluten free soy sauce or any of that. Zero attention to our table most of the time we were there despite being one of three tables in the whole place. Chang's in other cities have all been way better than this, just all around disappointing but the food tasted ok.
Ordered chicken pad Thai off the gluten free menu. Explained I was a celiac and “gluten allergy” as most restaurants understand allergies as opposed to an autoimmune disease... sick before I left the restaurant... if you’re a celiac stay away!
Excellent. Dedicated GF menu and area in kitchen for food prep. Be upfront about your food requirements and they are great.
Celiac safe. Food served on special plates so you know it's GF. Extensive GF menu selection including appetizers, soup, main course, and even dessert! Never been sick at any location. A go-to when travelling.
WARNING: I got VERY sick from take out here and only ordered gluten free. One of the boxes was missing a GF label so it must have been a mixed up order. The manager didn't seem to understand what celiac disease is which is concerning. When I said I got sick from contamination he asked, "sick in what way?" I haven't had an issue with other PF Changs but will be sure to avoid this location in the future.
The manager Jeff was very nice and helped make sure all went smooth. I️ can’t have corn or gluten, which means the food choices were limited but my food was good. The staff was great!
They are great! I never have a problem when eating here and it's delicious!
they have a dedicated gluten free menu, complete from appetiser to dessert. the chocolate dome dessert was fantastic! the staff are very knowledgeable and conscious about cross contamination and would not even recommend a dreyer's vanilla ice cream on the basis that it did not have a gluten free label.
Amazing! My family has crazy allergies, me, gluten peanuts, mom gluten and fish, and my sister peanuts. They make a totally new printed menu for you, and will ask the manager. They will make sure you get what you want how you want and make sure it won't hurt/kill you. The GF cake was processed in a peanut factor and our wateress told us that he sent her back out to make sure that we knew it may have had traces of peanuts, and they double checked and everything. AMAZING.
A separate gluten free menu! Waitress was knowledgeable. No stomach hurts.
Good gluten free menu, I've never had an issue going safe for here.
I told the waiter my food allergies. He grabbed my menu and said he would be back with a “matrix”for me. When he came back he had a computer generated menu specific to my allergies. Unfortunately when you are allergic to Gluten, Dairy, Tomatoes, and Shellfish,there are not a lot of options but I am used to that. I really appreciated them taking the guess work out of ordering.
One of my favorite places to eat, however once I asked about the egg drop soup and the waiter went to he manager and came back with a paper stating it wasn't gluten free, yet it was on the gf menu. And he just said "it should be fine it might just be an outdated paper" so I would be aware of the soup.
Decent GF menu. In addition to about a dozen other options, they can do GF lettuce wraps and Mongolian Beef, which is what we typically order. GF good is served on plates that are different from gluten containing options. We've eaten here many times with our two celiac daughters.
i was looking forward to my meal when we went there last night and was SO sick afterward.
I had chicken lettuce wraps, vegetable fried rice and egg drop soup. All were amazing! The staff is really knowledgeable about gluten free. They have a dedicated wok for gluten free foods. They also place gluten free items on special plates so they are not mixed up. I brought a gluten free flourless chocolate dome for the road.
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