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P.F. Chang’s is a restaurant concept that honors the 2,000-year-old Asian tradition of wok cooking and believes in making food from scratch every day in every restaurant. With a Farm to Wok food philosophy at its core, P.F. Chang’s chefs hand-roll dim sum, hand chop and slice all vegetables and meats, handcraft every sauce and wok-cook each recipe, every day in every restaurant using fresh ingredients. With roots in Chinese cooking, the culinary landscape at P.F. Chang’s now stretches across Asia with diverse, culturally inspired recipes including hand-rolled sushi, Vietnamese-style soups and bowls, traditional Chinese dim sum, wok-fired chicken and beef entrees, and family style noodles and rice. All made from scratch every day.

Regular Hours

  • Accommodates Large Parties
  • Catering Delivery
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Patio Dining
Payment method
amex, cash, diners club, discover, master card, visa
Price Range
Stanford Shopping Ctr
Chinese Restaurants, Restaurants, Asian Restaurants
Other Information

Cuisines: Japanese, Vietnamese, Korean, Asian, Thai, Sushi, Chinese, Pan Asian

Alcohol: Beer, Full Bar, Wine

Price Range : Average

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Forgot our food, poor service, manager unhelpful, waiter did not even write the order, food took an hour to come out and they even charged us still! Shame on you! Of course, I did not pay for such crappy service! ABSOLUTELY NO CUSTOMER SATISFACTION here!



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I went here once with a friend. The place was pretty packed, but we were seated within twenty minutes-- possibly because we were just a party of two and could be tucked away nearly anywhere. The food was okay-- not great, not bad, not exactly ""authentic"" Chinese, but I don't think the target consumer of the restaurant is necessarily Asian. Anyway, the service was pretty slow-- maybe because it was crowded, but our waitress certainly passed us by several times without so much as a glance in our direction (we were seated in a central part of the dining area, not in a nook or cranny). She pretty much ignored us entirely after she brought us the bill-- forgetful? I don't know. I ended up paying in cash rather than wait for her (which we did, for about ten to fifteen minutes before deciding to stop wasting time waiting for her to get back to us). The decor is nice, I recommend that, and the restaurant seemed popular for group meals-- not the best for romance, though, since it was pretty loud.



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Met some friends for dinner and waited an hour at the bar before we were seated. Had a couple of cocktails and wonderful appetizers but by the time we were seated, we were all a bit stuffed. We managed to order a few dishes and finish them all. Maybe, it was the fact that we weren't quite as hungy that the food was OK; nothing to write home about. Being Asian, there wasn't a dish that we had that was really out of the ordinary. Certainly a great place for drinks and appetizers.

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