How hot would you like your Chang sauce? -Towelie
While a talking towel did not wait on me, the rest of my PF Changs experience boils down to this: The best part was the company who joined me for dinner.
Chain restaurant Asian food is something I’m suspect of to begin with, but when the waitress talked up the lettuce wraps (below) they’re ‘famous for’ I was excited. When I tasted them, I wondered if they were famous because they sucked.
Crab wontons were just ok. Not great, not bad.
The fried rice with dinner was quite tasty. The sweet and sour chicken wasn’t bad, but it wasn’t great either. One of my friends had the Changs Chicken (their version of General Tso’s) which was very good.
Overall I didn’t care for the atmosphere and wouldn’t hurry back to PF Changs, but I can’t say it was terrible. I just prefer local chinese restaurants to the chains.