Raleigh >Food & Dining > P F Chang's China Bistro
4325 Glenwood Ave Ste 2089, Raleigh, NC | Directions 2761235.841845 -78.681851
Mon. - Thu., Sun. 11am - 11pm;Fri. - Sat. 11am - 12pm
Crabtree's Finest Restaurant – If you're in the mood for the best chinese restaurant experience of your life, drive to Crabtree Valley Mall and find PF Chang's on the top floor. The decor is ritzy Asian. The large bar can accomodate a large number of people and the restaurant is always packed with diners. You'd better call ahead unless you want to wait an hour, but for chinese food, there's no better place in Raleigh. The portions of the entrees is enormous and even the soups are oversized. If you've never been, you should definitely give it a try! Published by Kevin Coats Raleigh NC
So far nothing special – My relatives from out of town wanted to go to PF Changs (they said it was good in FL) but we went on a Saturday night at the Southpoint location in Durham NC, we were told the waiting time was over 2 hrs!! At first we were going to wait but decided instead to sit near the bar and order take out. That was a mistake as well. The staff rushed us into ordering and by the time we got the food, we still nearly waited 2hrs to get it! When we got home, the food was bland and not tasty at all. I ordered lamb and it was not cooked very well and such a small portion was given for the $$$. My expectations soured because I thought for the price it should've been much better. But I'll give it another try by going on a different evening other than a weekend and being seated as opposed to take out.
really good food – A nice place to get a different kind of Chinese food. The service is good.
P.F. Chang's Is the Best – We visit P.F. Chang's where ever we go. Something special about this one at the Crabtree Mall in Raleigh. The food is fantastic as always, but the service and atmosphere is even more incredible. Great servers, but it must be the managers in the background. We eat there at least once or twice a month. We are glad to have picked Raleigh for our retirement home. We like the country living, but what a great city to live near.
This gussied-up chain bustles with singles and families craving Chinese food favorites. – In Short
Towering twin stallions and carved wood screens add majesty and mystery to this stylish restaurant, where well-dressed patrons sip martinis at the bar and families with children feast around large tables or in spacious booths. The menu gives Chinese classics a contemporary tweak; dishes are artfully presented, with many sauces made tableside by servers. Signature plates include diced chicken wrapped in cool lettuce leaves, orange-peel beef with chili peppers, and wok-fried scallops with lemon sauce.
Great food, prompt seating (with reservation), good prices – We love the place. the food is great and the service is outstanding. It's loud, but it's a bistro-type so you would expect that. My only complaint is when my husband and I were celebrating our anniversary, the waitress put us at a table in the middle of two families. On one side were the loud kids and on the other table were the parents, who weren't tending to their children. The restaurant should have known better than to place in the middle like that. Other than that, we love the place. The pricing is good.
RE: Great Chinese Food – I like the style of the restaurant although it can get packed! As for the menu they have so many dishes to try from, so I just can't get the samething, so what do I recommend? Well, I'm not too much of a meat eater, but their shrimp dishes with noodles, rice, or they have a very different singapore noodle that tastes much different than the regular chinese restaurants with some crumbles on top, which I can do without that, but the dish itself is good! Also, their crabmeats on the appetizer menu are very good made of real crabmeat. Their hot & sour soup is bar the best I've ever tasted!
Just plain good! – This place is just good. Tasty food, good service, great atmosphere. They also have a great system for take out if you want to enjoy the great food at home. I eat there as much as possible.
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.
Asian Fusion, but much better than Duck & Dumpling – The food here is great. Everything I've ever had here has been fresh and tasty. The wait staff is very prompt and courtious as well as well versed on the menu. Parking here can be a hassle, unless you valet. I recommend the lettuce wraps as a starter. They are soooo good.
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