P.F. Chang's

★★★★☆
Farm to Wok is the P.F. Chang's food philosophy for making Asian-inspired cuisine from scratch every day using real, whole ingredients and the power of a fiery wok. Ingredients are delivered whole to our kitchens, where they are then chopped and sliced according to various recipes. Our recipes use a few, clean ingredients selected for their flavor and health benefits.
  • 2361 Fountain Square Drive

    Lombard, IL 60148

    Map & Directions
  • 630-652-9977

About P.F. Chang's

Hours
Sun-Thu 11am-10pm, Fri-Sat 11am-11pm

Food

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My family and I ate at the Lombard Changs last week. As soon as we were seated, I noticed that they had changed the menu. I asked the waiter if they could still make my favorite dish, Dali Chicken. The waiter said no. Then I asked to

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My family and I ate at the Lombard Changs last week. As soon as we were seated, I noticed that they had changed the menu. I asked the waiter if they could still make my favorite dish, Dali Chicken. The waiter said no. Then I asked to

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God, I have had it with Chain restaurants. There's so many of them, but so few good ones. P. F. Chang's has a lot invested in it's decor... wall designs and fancy replicas of chinese architecture with a hip post modern (Red Light-esque decor). But the owners have completely neglected what is of paramount importance in a restaurant- the food! The dishes are hackneyed and uninspired, and need a total makeover. The wonton soup had no flavor, and the kung pao chicken was tasteless. It may be too much to ask the owners to emulate Shanghai Terrace in the Peninsula Hotel. They're on another level. But i have a suggestion: Go to Yen's on Clark Street in Chicago- they're food is basic chinese- but done well. Even Red Light, which is not superb, is MUCH BETTER than P. F. Chang's. Please, please overhaul your menu. We, in the suburbs, deserve better restaurants!

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God, I have had it with Chain restaurants. There's so many of them, but so few good ones. P. F. Chang's has a lot invested in it's decor... wall designs and fancy replicas of chinese architecture with a hip post modern (Red Light-esque decor). But the owners have completely neglected what is of paramount importance in a restaurant- the food! The dishes are hackneyed and uninspired, and need a total makeover. The wonton soup had no flavor, and the kung pao chicken was tasteless. It may be too much to ask the owners to emulate Shanghai Terrace in the Peninsula Hotel. They're on another level. But i have a suggestion: Go to Yen's on Clark Street in Chicago- they're food is basic chinese- but done well. Even Red Light, which is not superb, is MUCH BETTER than P. F. Chang's. Please, please overhaul your menu. We, in the suburbs, deserve better restaurants!

Cons: Food lacks depth of flavor

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Wait It Out Its Well Worth It, Go 4 It.... Its A Winner!

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Wait It Out Its Well Worth It, Go 4 It.... Its A Winner!

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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…

 

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