This is my favorite resturant. This particular location has great atmosphere and quality food. The servers are friendly as well. Check 'em out this is a great location.
Posted: 11/07/2008 • Last edited: 4/30/2009 • Link to this review
My friend and I ordered chicken lettuce wraps and the rice noodles were stuck/clumped together! The food isn't authentic; it is nasty and overpriced. My friend ordered takeout from them several times because he lives near them and one time, he found a clump of hair in his food. He wanted his money back but the staff offered a gift card instead. He had to talk to the manager who also offered a gift card. My friend only wanted his money back because he wasn't going to eat there anymore! Service is good when dining in but that doesn't make up for the food - which SHOULD be the ONLY IMPORTANT reason why people go out to eat.
Posted: 9/21/2008 • Last edited: 8/24/2009 • Link to this review
My boyfriend and I have eaten at this particular location several times before. We arrived at 2:20 in the afternoon. No lunch rush was present.As we sat down, the family of 4 next to us were experiencing problems with their entire visit.We finally got our drinks 13 minutes after we got there.The appetizer came fairly quickly following the drinks. We waited another 38 minutes for our food to arrive.This was only after I called the waitress over to ask what was taking so long on just the soup that came with the meal! The unintelligent manager half approached our table to ask how everything was AS the waitress was bringing our food out, then proceeds to ask the waitress "what is the hold up" right in front of us. The waitress became extremely condescending the rest of our visit.She offered a "shot" dessert that we turned down. She then brought the bill with a free appetizer card inside. We paid our bill along with a 30% tip attached and left the appetizer card on top.We were insulted for the continuous push of the "free" stuff whereas a sincere apology would have sufficed. The couple that took the place of the original unhappy family had received a free appetizer because they had a problem also. Not only is the waitress to blame in this situation, but also the manager and the entire aura of the restaurant that was supposed to be controlled by the manager. He was too busy hanging out the hostess stand. With the terrible service and almost inedible food, we will not go back.
Posted: 6/15/2008 • Last edited: 4/30/2009 • Link to this review
Next to the second largest mall in the US, P.F. Changs really is wonderful. The food is high quality, tastes' great, and isn't very expensive. Two giant hoarse staues stand to greet people while they walk in. The paintings inside show the beauty of the Chinese culture. The host or hostess and the waiters and waitresses are very respectful and always provide assistance. When you're done eating, you can venture into the astonishing mall or after the walk in the mall, you can settle down at P.F. Changs for a romantic dinner.
Posted: 5/15/2008 • Last edited: 4/30/2009 • Link to this review
I am a regular and almost always have a good experience. The food is delicious, not greasy or too salty. My service is almost always above average and the wait is reasonable.
Posted: 4/27/2008 • Last edited: 4/30/2009 • Link to this review
PF Changs has an awesome fun atmosphere with friendly waitors. Pros: Food is great and there is a good variety on the menu. Cons: They tend to be understaffed, and generally the wait for your food is longer than average resturants
Posted: 3/22/2008 • Last edited: 4/30/2009 • Link to this review
Look I measure quality by how much I pay. When I go to McDonalds I expect a 4 dollar meal. When I go to a decent restuarant and pay 70 bucks for a meal for myself and my gf including appetizers and dessert it should be decent. Entree was plain, appetizers were better and the dessert you could have gotten at any diner.
Posted: 2/26/2008 • Last edited: 4/30/2009 • Link to this review
P F Changs offers customers a very friendly atmosphere for those needing a trending decor without damaging the pocket book. This is the way Chinese food was made to taste.
The food is more 'Asian Fusion' than traditional. The food is great, very good quality. Unfortunately, it can be very busy. The same restaurant franchise owns Pei Wei, which serves the same food but in a more casual, quick service environment. They need to open these in Atlanta soon!
I absolutely love PF Changs. A couple of my friends and I meet up every other month to catch up and PF Changs seems to be our meeting place each time. I order the crispy honey half chicken half shrimp and a glass of Riesling. The food is excellent and the service is great.
The food and service are great. The cuisine is varied and there is something for everyone. The only thing that needs more variety is the dessert. The lettuce wrap is superb. It is also quite affordable.