P.F. Chang's China Bistro/Comments


Archived Commets

The P.F. Chang's China Bistro Comments Archive contains comments made prior to 2008 and was archived on July 26, 2009.

2006-12-13 16:09:14   PF Changs' version of Chinese food is different than you will get anywhere else in town - I find it to lighter and very fresh. I highly recommend any of the shrimp dishes which come with a mound of shrimp rather than just a handful as in most restaurants. The Chilean Sea Bass is pricey but worth it. The decor is slightly funky and if you can snag a both would make for a nice date. I appreciate that they serve brown rice and that the website has a breakdown of the nutritional information for each dish. —EllenKelsey

2007-01-07 17:03:29   My wife and I went for the first time. We shared the Lettuce Wrap for the appetizer. She had the Orange Peel Chicken and I had the Honey Shrimp. All 3 dishes had good flavor. It is also nice to know there is a chain restaurant that spices up the food (Orange Peel Chicken had a kick to it) and does not cater to the bland taste of the masses. I also love that they offer brown rice. Like many of the major chains you usually have to wait to be seated. The pleasant part was we were told that we would be seated between 8:00 and 8:15 which gave ample time (over an hour) to shop and not feel like we would miss our names being called or that we were to far away for the vibrating tag to go off. The staff was very knowledgeable and professional. Our main complaint is the noise factor. It was so loud, especially seated by the open kitchen, that we could hardly hear each other. All in all, quite good but I would rather support a local Asian restaurant like Chen Garden. —ScottHendler

2007-01-10 23:01:26   My wife and I have a running joke about the imaginary Co-Founders (from a boring car trip). were they an Italian and a Chinese? An Italian-chinese? A family of Macro Polo's long lost illegitmate Chinese child? Do they get into fights over who 'reallly' invented pasta? —FarMcKon

2007-11-16 22:06:21   I prefer PF Chang's to any other Chinese restaurant I've tried in Rochester. The restaurant has great atmosphere, good food, and creative drinks. —MarkTran