P F Chang's China Bistro

(704) 552-6644 | View Website

6809 Phillips Place Ct Ste F, Charlotte, NC | Directions   28210

35.146581 -80.827175

Open Hours

Mon. - Thu., Sun. 11am - 10pm;Fri. - Sat. 11am - 11pm

 
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Cuisine: Asian, Chinese

Tags: Carry Out, Family-Friendly Dining

Payment Methods: American Express, Discover, MasterCard, Visa

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P F Chang's China Bistro
P F Chang's China Bistro
Menu
Vietnamese Prawn Rolls, Crab Wontons, Crispy Green Beans, Spring Rolls, Dynamite Shrimp*, Edamame, Chang's Chicken Lettuce Wraps, Dumplings, Ahi Crisp, Salt And Pepper Calamari... more

Reviews for P F Chang's China Bistro

Recommends
4.0
over a year ago

wonderful service – My experience at P.F Chang's has been wonderful! All you have to do is ask, and your every need is fulfilled. I enjoy P.F. Chang's very much and I recommend their cuisine to friends and relatives. Sorry for those who disagree.

Sincerely,

Infamous

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Amazing Chinese Food, Wide range of items, Relativley inexpensive, Great Value, Great Service, Fun Atmostphere – I love every time i go to P.F. Changs. The soothing lettuce wraps are my personal favorite followed by the amazing Kung Pow Chicken. I would highly recommend this fine establishment!

Doesn't Recommend
1.0
over a year ago

Discrimination at its best! – I have been to PF Chang's numerous times in the Orlando area and had wonderful experiences. My experience at the Charlotte location was horrendous and discriminatory.

We arrived on a Fri evening around 6:30 pm and were pleased to find no line, nobody waiting to be seated, and see several tables still available. I advised the main hostess that we were a party of five, but that three of the five were children. We were getting ready to follow a hostess to a seat when the main hostess informed us that there would be a 45 minute wait. I thought she was joking at first and then when I realized she wasn?t, I reminded her that there was nobody in the waiting area but us. She unsympathetically said, ?We don?t have a table for five.? I asked her, ?Can?t you put two smaller tables together?? Her reply was, ?We don?t have any together.? Having seen MANY empty tables side-by-side through the window when we walked by the restaurant, I pointed them out to her. She shrugged her shoulders. Let me repeat that: SHE SHRUGGED HER SHOULDERS.

It soon became apparent that we were not welcome there, for whatever illogical reason. I was embarrassed. Not for me, not for us, but for P.F. Chang?s. I was embarrassed that they would have a hostess who makes $7 or so an hour deciding who gets seated and who doesn?t as if it?s an exclusive nightclub when, in reality, it?s a chain restaurant. Yes, a chain restaurant. It was obvious that there was nobody else waiting. It was obvious that there were tables available. It was obvious there were tables available that were side-by-side. It was obvious that there were already families in the restaurant. It was obvious that none of us are ?big? people, especially the children, so we all could have even have been seated at a four-top with an extra chair added. And, if it matters, it was obvious that we were not improperly dressed. Other restaurants in the Charlotte area are more deserving of your hard-earned money.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

PF Changs – Best place to work at, bar none. Management is great, down to the lower echelons of the ladder, including food preparers and kitchen staff. We ALL WORK HARD and strive for providing YOU, our GUEST, with the best service AND Chinese food you've ever had in your life! If the server asks if "everything is ok" one too many times, it has nothing to to do with the quality of the food, but an offering of some of the best, if not the best service you've ever had at any restaurant, Chinese or not! Btw, the servers and everyone else working there are all there just trying to make a living, while strictly "following rules," so to speak, which means it is not their fault when they do things a certain way.

Then again, always remember that NO ONE can EVER PLEASE everyone! One "bad server" DOES NOT reflect upon the overall goal of the whole staff WORKING THERE FOR YOU, our GUEST! Not every server is good and not every server is bad.

Being a part of the back wait staff, I should know.

Recommends
4.0
over a year ago

Good food... very commercial. – This is a well known, commercial restaurant with a wide array of asian infused items that is obviously mass prepared and served by the bulk. The food is good, but a bit over priced.

Doesn't Recommend
1.0
over a year ago

sorry Tara, but I see dead people – The prior reviewer is correct. The horse statue prominently displayed above IS a replica of a funerary object excavated from the Xian tombs.

Upscale mall Chinese sums it up well. Go if that's what you're comfortable with, but skip this if you actually know anything about real Chinese food.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

User review by tara1 – Ok, the first review left in 2004 is a bit cruel. There are no Xian soldiers @ the PF Chang's in Charlotte. So this person must of been confused. Service is excellent, the staff is knowledgeable & very friendly. I've never ordered anything there that has not been pleasing. This place is great for families, and for singles as well. It is in a wonderful location and most of all, the food is great.

Recommends
3.0
over a year ago

As authentic as egg foo yung – If you understand the title, you'll hate this restaurant. It's lovely, the service is good to great, but the food is Chinese/Asian in name only. This is glorified shopping mall Chinese, albeit in a lovely setting. Don't know about the choice of funeral statuary as a prominent decor component. Did no one tell their decorators that those Xian soldiers represent actual men killed to accompany the emperor to the next life?)

Go if you're afraid to try the real thing at Cuisine Malaysia, Dim Sum or the Chinese menu at Wan Fu.

Otherwise, mall Chinese will do just as well. Save yourself a few bucks.

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