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P.F. Chang's China Bistro

3301 Veterans Memorial Blvd., Ste. 63 Send to Phone
504-828-5288 | Menu
Reinterpreted Chinese fare appeals to couples, families and friendly groups.
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P.F. Chang's China Bistro Restaurant Review

: P.F. Chang’s presents a refreshing and quite good alternative to the sauce-heavy Chinese fare you’d find in a local strip mall. Décor is modern, decorative and almost sophisticated. The menu features well-prepared and reasonably priced contemporary dishes. We are fans of the lettuce wraps as well as the pepper steak and orange peel chicken. We also like the option of either white or brown rice, a nice --- and healthful --- change of pace. And best of all are the stiff cocktails, especially at happy hour, when an Asian Pear Mojito or Chang’s Mai Tai are just $6. Gluten-free menu. Other locations.

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Flavorless Food. Inedible.
by ShellyG on Thu Sep 22, 2016 12:08 pm
I ate at PF Chang's many years ago and enjoyed the Vegetarian Lettuce Wraps very much. I went back today and ordered them, plus the Coconut Curry Vegetables.

The tofu and water chestnut mixture in the Lettuce Wraps had NO FLAVOR at all. It was mostly water chestnuts with very little tofu. I added salt and the sauces but that did not improve the (lack of) flavor. I only ate about 1/4 of this dish.

The Coconut Curry Vegetables was even worse. The veggies were hard and crunchy and there was virtually no curry sauce. Just a plate full of dry, crunchy broccoli, carrots, bell pepper, onion, and show peas. The cubes of fried tofu in this dish were like sponges that had soaked up plain water. Completely tasteless. When I bit into a piece of tofu, flavorless liquid came out and the texture of the tofu was what I imagine a sponge would feel like it I bit into it. The dish came with rice, but since there was no curry sauce, it was like eating plain, dry rice. After eating 1 piece of tofu 1 hard carrot piece, I gave up.

I would have been more satisfied if I had put the 20-dollar bill and the 5-dollar bill in my mouth, chewed, and swallowed.
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