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
Asked for the gluten-free menu, grilled the front of house on their GF guidelines, had the alerts put on the order, and got some pretty tasty (albeit expensive) food. No lunch options unfortunately so you have to get the full serving.
Not recommended...it has a gluten free menu but the food was insanely salty and made me sick anyway.... Beware!
PF Chang’s has a good gluten free menu with several tasty choices; have eaten at PF Chang’s in NY and HI, very reliable high quality food and Celiac friendly
FAmily got sick on gf menu- BEWARE!!!
Separate GF menu. I usually avoid Chinese cos of the soy sauce but loved eating here. Didn't get sick! Will be back 🙂
We've been to PF Changs in a few cities around the world as it's a safe and tasty go to!
I love PF Changs! Enough GF options that you do have choices. They're always understanding. I eat here whenever I vacation.
Had good knowledge and the servings are Huge- enough left for Lunch!
Great GF menu, servers and cashier when ordering take out know about GF. We've had no issues here and have eaten here repeatedly. Great CD knowledge.
GF menu, knowledgeable staff, great food, great place.
Safe and reliable and yummy with very friendly wait staff. Seems like a different menu than the mainland PF Chang's (I've only been to one other location) but I didn't have a reaction, so it was all good.
I needed a quick, late night meal and they didn't disappoint. They had good options and I had no reaction to my meal.
Excellent as always. Thank you for the awesome food and the peace of mind being able to eat it. Service was excellent.
The food was great and very Coeliac friendly. I'm holidaying from Australia and wish I could take PF Chang's back home with me.
Excellent staff that knew what they were talking about! Wonderful experience! Did not get sick at all!
My boyfriend and I shared the pepper steak dish and the spicy chicken. Both were great and my boyfriend, who has gluten allergy, had no trouble after meal.
Same GF options and practices as on the mainland. Very good experience, even if not exactly Hawaiian food.
Had GF fried rice and lettuce wraps, did not get sick at all.
many GF options, great service and delicious food
Very helpful staff. Servers and management came to assure me that my food would definitely be gf. It was!
I love P.F Chang's! However, my food was NOT gluten free, at this location... I told the waitress I wanted the gluten free Chang's spicy chicken, she confirmed I wanted my food GF, and my food arrived on the dedicated GF plate like always.. It tasted amazing, yet a little different than anytime I had it in Florida (where I never had a single problem at any of their locations.) They severed me gluten on a "gluten free" plate >:( and on top of this I paid extra for GF food that wasn't even GF. I felt sick that night and all that week. My husband and I love eating at P.F. Chang's, but I do NOT trust this location at all. The staff needs proper training, which they clearly lack. I contacted PF Chang's customer service, and they did nothing other than say sorry.
Ate here last night and got sick. Server told me they are not a part of the chain- they are owned by someone else. Food also tasted a little different and not in a good way. won't be going back
Very accommodating and great GF menu. Daughter ordered the lettuce wraps and did not get sick.
Small selection. No orange chicken. Overpriced for both quality and quantity. My wife and I went three times spending about $40 each time. Then we decided we can make chinese food just as good at home.
This is not the same Changs you go to on the mainland. The staff isn't well trained and the manager wasn't very knowledgeable. They don't make the pot sticker sauce, the lettuce wraps were very salty, and the chicken dish I had wasn't very good. The new lemon chicken dish isn't good. I didn't get sick but I was nervous.
I knew P.F. Chang's was supposed to have a trustworthy gluten free menu, so I made it my first place to dine out after being diagnosed with Celiac and being GF for three months. My best friend also has a severe gluten allergy that causes dermatitis herpetiformis, so we went together. We ordered GF and thought our waitress was just a bit spacey, but she must have had no clue what was going on. We both ordered different GF dishes and shared so we each got half. We finished it all because we felt confident it was truly gluten free. We were sadly mistaken because within 24 hours I was at the doctor's office with what I was sure was food poisoning followed by a week of fatigue, brain fog, and horrendous stomach cramps and all that go with that. At the same time, she was visiting family on the mainland and had to go to the ER for severe blisters on her mouth and fingers. I know P.F. Chang's is supposed to be very trustworthy, but if you have an allergy and visit this location, please make sure you talk to a manager to confirm the severity of the situation so this doesn't happen to you. I won't take a chance at this location again... Ever.
This trusty gf restaurant is much like back on CONUS, however the dessert menu is smaller and they don't carry Red Bridge:( otherwise it won't disappoint the gf eater.
Many gf items on menu. Staff very aware! Very good food!
I know P.F. Changs has a so-so reputation in the GF community, but I have never had an issue with this one. They always take care with my order and bring it on a specially-marked plate - and the food is delicious (I love the pad Thai!)
Good food, staff was knowledgeable. Didn’t get sick.
I’ve been here about 5 times. 3 out of 5 times I have gotten sick. The 2 times I didn’t get sick were when I got a salad. Anything in their wok or that involves soy sauce have gotten me sick.
Overall it was great quick food. Didn't have a reaction.
I give them one star only because I have to, I ate there a little over a month ago, I told the waitress I was celiac and ordered off the gluten free menu. I got the fried rice with my meal and did not notice it was not in a gluten free dish, I got very sick, later I called the manager to let him know what happened. He seem very nice and assured me he would get with his staff and he offered to send me a gift card so I would his place another chance. I gave him my address and have yet to receive a thing
Awesome service. Great meal from GF menu but still was sick.
This has got to be the best P.F. Changs location in the inventory. My wife and I ate here last week and had incredible service and delicious food that was safe for me to eat. I highly recommend getting the Ring Of Fire sauce if you like spicy food. Our server recommended it for me and had them make some that was gluten free.
GF menu. Great service. Great food. No complaints.
I ordered the GF chicken lettuce dish, and my coworkers ordered the regular one. I could clearly see that my dish was prepared differently, it looked different and was on a different type of plate. They assured me they told the chef and that it was prepared in a dedicated wok. I felt good eating it, but it wasn’t as good as the regular was pre-celiac. Servers were very nice and understanding of my concerns.
Had a great meal! Gluten free menu, waiter was knowledgeable, The Mongolian beef and lettuce wraps, were delicious, didn't get sick the next day.
It's greasy Chinese food. But it's tasty. The staff assured me that all the gluten free food is prepared at a separate station, and the have a gf menu. When I tried to order the agave margarita, I was told it wasn't safe for me, and the waiter suggested Tito's with lime instead. I was a little surprised that the margarita wasn't safe but impressed that the staff had been trained to consider that.
I tried out the GF menu at the new P.F. Chang’s with excitement because I’ve heard how vigilant they were in controlling for cross contamination. They have a dedicated kitchen area, their own pans, plates, etc. I liked the range of options on the GF menu, too. My waiter was very enthusiastic and helpful, and he strongly recommended the Hokkien Street Noodles! I was very excited to try it, and it sounded and looked like something I shouldn’t be able to eat since being diagnosed celiac. I nima tested my meal just to be cautious, as is my protocol anytime eating out, and gluten was found. :( Total bummer. They were willing to switch it out for another menu item. I picked the lettuce wraps, and they came back gluten free and safe. But I did get the sense of frustration by the restaurant manager and another staff member. They explained that they followed all the protocols and were confused on how it would register gluten. It made me feel a little on guard, but I just tried to stay focused on my health and not let that intimidate me.
The take out is very well done and I have never had a reaction from them. However, the first time I dined in i felt the effects. They have different plates and i got things I normally order for take out,but this time it didn’t go well. I had a reaction within 5 minutes.
GF menu. Service was great and our server was super helpful. We had a great meal!
They have a gf menu and dedicated wok but my server was clueless. They brought out the non GF version of the chicken with broccoli and luckily I caught that it was not on a special plate as it was supposed to be. They made the GF version quickly but I'd be skeptical when you eat here.
I have been here a dozen times and never gotten sick. Separate plates indicate allergy, manager usually, but not always, brings them out. The only downside is that they seem to have taken the chocolate dime off the menu leaving no GF dessert choices. Ice cream is an option but I avoid ice cream when eating out because I can’t usually read the ingredient list for that item and barley malt is a sneaky one in ice cream sometimes.
The waiter was very knowledgeable about the gluten free menu! My boyfriend has a severe allergy and he never gets sick from here, always a favorite when we come Vegas!
I have to eat GF and my wife were at the PF Chang's on 11-16-18 and was informed that the Chocolate Dome, that we've ordered many times before, is no longer on the GF menu and was delared not GF anymore. We were also informed that they DO NOT have ANYTHING on their menu that is GF for dessert. However, for dessert, our server brought my wife a spring roll with Coconut ice cream and strawberries. Excuse me, but wouldn't Coconut ice cream and strawberries be GF?? Furthermore when our server brought our check, it said that we had Jack Daniels and Sangria for drinks and we NEVER drink that ever. This was a very disappointing dinner experience for us.
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