Friday, June 10, 2011

P.F. Chang's Gluten Free Dinner

For a girls night out with my mom and sister we went to P. F. Chang's.  It was my first trip and I was super excited to try their vast Gluten Free Menu items.

For my appetizer I went with the GF Chicken Lettuce Wraps.  Super tasty!  We went through 2 plates of lettuce.


For my main course I ordered GF P.F. Chang's Chicken Fried Rice.  This was good but not as flavorful as I was hoping for.  I added some GF soy sauce and that helped.  Next time I plan to try the Singapore Street Noodles.


There was a ton of food leftover as each dish is meant to be shared.   We all took home leftovers.  Everything heated up well the next day.

I think the Lettuce wraps were my favorite and could be a meal.  The service was good and our waitress was very attentive to my Gluten Free needs!

7 comments:

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  2. P.F Chang's gluten free menu is the best! My husband and I normally just order the egg drop soup and one entree and share. I love their dessert, that I don't share! If you follow them on facebook you can get online ordering discounts. When we do a pick up order it is so wonderful that they label all the gluten free condiments and food with big orange stickers. So nice to know that nothing is getting mixed up!

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  3. This is good to know!! I love PF Chang's and didn't even know they had a gluten-free menu!!

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  4. Oh no!! I wish I could have advised you! I live about....5 minutes away from P.F. :) You have to get the Singapore Street Noodles or the Chang's Spicy Chicken!! SOOOO Good. Sometimes I opt for both and save half of each for lunch!

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  5. Dinah- egg drog soup sounds good! Will try that next time. What dessert do you love?

    Marlow- I know you love the street noddles and I should have followed your suggestion. The rice was good but not great.

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  6. I think there is only one GF dessert. It's a chocolate dome with berries. It is so good. It's like eating chocolate silk. We also love the sichuan beef, it's a bit spicy but very good.

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  7. There needs to be more gluten free recipes. Thanks for your efforts.

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