Chang’s China Bistro
Last verified 6/12
Reminder: You must take the responsibility of being vigilant by always reconfirming the GF status of a menu item and addressing cross-contamination issues each and every time.
P.F. Chang's includes their gluten-free menu as part of their regular menu (so you no longer have to ask specifically for the GF menu). Their GF menu is also on their website in the "Menu" section. They added five GF beef dishes to their GF menu options in March of 2010. That brings their GF offerings to a total of 28.
New GF dessert added 9/10: "To celebrate Celiac Awareness Day" (September 13) PF Chang's added a new GF dessert to their menu - the Triple Chocolate Mousse Mini. Enjoy three sinful layers of Chocolate Ganache, Milk Chocolate Mousse and Flourless Chocolate Cake." This new addition expands their GF menu to 29 items.
Lin to Listserv, 3/10
"Went to my usual PF Changs for lunch today and tried the new menu (Marlton, NJ). I ordered the Beef a la Sichuan, and it was delicious. The waitress
warned me that the beef is cooked three times, so it's somewhat
crispy...which I actually loved.
The manager came over to my table to explain what corporate went through
to find a way to make the beef dishes gf. And he said he actually locks
up the regular soy sauce when his butchers are preparing the beef that
is set aside to marinate for gluten-free dishes to avoid any chance of
someone grabbing regular soy sauce out of habit. He also said that 30%
of his clientele is gluten-free! I think that's absolutely amazing. And
that's with lots of competition around here, where we've got Pasta
Pomodoro and a number of chains that have gf menus.
There are so many things on the gluten-free menu now, that my husband,
who is not gf, and I order just from that one and we are able to share.
Also...They brought back the Dali Chicken, which I always loved.
Beware...ask for plenty of water in advance! It's the hottest dish I've
Deb in CA to Celiac Listserv, 3/10
Dining at PF Changs used to be hit and miss here in CA, but in the last
year they've really gotten their act together. The staff has a better education and I feel safer every visit. I'm really excited about their expanded menu. I don't know if the new menus are in their restaurants yet, so
I requested a copy to post here.
Deb in CA Allison to SillyYaks group, 3/10
"Unfortunately, they have changed their gluten free sauce to include oyster sauce, which is not safe for those who are allergic to shellfish (like me)."
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