Austin >Food & Dining > P.F. Chang's
10114 Jollyville Rd, Austin, TX | Directions 7875930.395653 -97.750862
Mon. - Thu., Sun. 11am - 11pm;Fri. - Sat. 11am - 12pm
Good food, not so good prices – My wife and I really enjoyed our trip to pf chang when we went a week ago. The decor is great, and the service quick, but it took 45 minutes to get seated. Also, for the portion size that we received, the price of the food was high. I would recommend to anyone who hasn't been before, and we will definitely return.
Chinese experience without the MSG – My girlfriend and I usually go out to eat at least once a week with usual trips to Outback, TGI Fridays, Chuys, Chilis, and the ocassional Cheesecake Factory and Olive Garden, but last night (11/28/06) we wanted to try something different. P.F. Chang's offered such an outlet and although I'm not usually a fan of authentic asian cuisine, basically because I get bad reactions to it, the experience last night was really good. We were seated promptly without having a reservation, the drinks we ordered (the Orient Express and Jade Martinis) went down like candy, the pan-fried peking dumplings served with a house, almost-broth-like soy sauce for the appetizer were great and addictive, although they should offer more per plate (4 for $5.25 which is a little steep), and our entrees, albeit nothing special and could have been ordered for five dollars less at your local mall's food court, were tasteful and filling, but lets not forget about the dessert! At the table across from us was a group of 8 women celebrating one of their friend's birthdays...they brought out these huge pieces of chocolate cake and we knew we had to have it....we certainly were not disappointed, this thing was pretty monstrous even for two people and required a doggy bag. The atmosphere is lively and bustly without the true asian restaurant feel which can make you feel guilty for talking louder and the waitstaff is professional and friendly. Truly a nice place to take a date provided you're willing to spend a little more than what you're acustomed too for asian cuisine.
ambience over food – the food is good, but not great. it's trendy chinese food. crowd pleasing. the standout to me was the green tea cocktail. everything else is pretty forgetable.
Excellent! – P.F. Chang's doesn't dissapoint! For vegetarian's, I highly recommend the spicey eggplant dish. You can't go wrong with this one. Atmosphere is good to w/dim lighting.
Most elegant Chinese food anywhere – The service is great, the atmosphere is wonderful, and the staff is exceptional. I hadn't been to a PF Changs before, but we had a great experience. The crispy honey chicken is the best chinese dish I've ever had. Very family friendly, but great for just a couple as well. Be sure to make reservations if it is a weekend, because they are the worst kept secret in town.
One of my weekly favorites – I go to PF Chang's like once a week. Once you've tried most of their entrees I only go in for cravings. I love their mango tea, crab wantons, lettuce wraps and hot and sour soup. So really, I often go just to get appetizers. My only complaint is their desserts are not worth the price...nowhere near... I usually head over to Bennigans for dessert afterwards... its the same quality for cheaper.
This location has chef Sandra (?) who opens like 70% of PF Changs nationwide... so if you like seafood ask for the chef's special. It's delicious... one plate servers 2 very well. Oh and for the love of anything, make reservations on the weekends.
my favorite PF Changs – Been there several times. My favorite PF Changs. They are consistent and you know exactly what you are going to get when you walk in the door. Good food, Good service.
American Restuarant? – I have always heard this restaurant was bad, but I wanted to try it for myself to make sure before I made any complaints. I was not dissapointed. The food was absolutely horrible and the Cantonese Scallops literally had no flavor whatsoever - not even salt and pepper for seasoning. Even for any restaurant, this one is horrible. If you are going for uspcale, this place is upscale, but don't expect any good food. This is coming from an Asian that knows what Chinese food should taste like.
love it – great value for your money. very very good food and great service
Not so authentic..but pretty tasty – My apologies go out to food snobs everywhere, but I really enjoyed my experience at PF Chang's. Yeah, it's a chain, maybe it's Americanized, but the food is delicious, the staff is friendly, and the atmosphere is upbeat and fun. In comparison with other Chinese food establishments in town it's a little pricey, but Chang's is pretty economical when considered alongside some of Austin's other "upscale" establishments. If you haven't been to PF Chang's, check them out...you'll like them, but I definitely recommend making a reservation!
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