The location is great and food is excellent. It can get crowded and wait times may be long but worth the wait.
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A large, excellent, eclectic Asian menu with something for everyone. Always consistent. Food is very well prepared. I have eaten here MANY times and it's always a pleasure, although a bit loud.
If you can't get a table try getting a seat at the bar. Bartenders are awesome especially Tracy and Jeff. Always great service and awesome food.. I recommend the wild tea martini or the spiked lemonade. Food is always top notch and don't forget about going for happy hour. Food and drinks at a great price. I always recommend the... More
I eat at least once a week from them. Great maki rolls and Pad Thai. If you don't like your food spicy and salty you have to let them know because they tend to be very generous with the spices and salt. Portions are big...
Surprisingly it's a very nice place for a chain restaurant. I've been to a couple of their other locations and this one is a standout. We both ordered sea bass dishes although different ones. Fish had been perfectly prepared in both. The place seems to be very popular so consider making a reservation.
Had a need for PF Chang's this weekend while on a trip to Princeton. This restaurant did not disappoint. The food was soooo good. Our server was very friendly and accommodating. We tried to get a side order of fried rice but that apparently is not a thing. A full order was brought to the table, but was comped to... More
Beautiful atmosphere, and the California rolls and lettuce wraps were excellent. But then came the entre, which was quite disappointing. I've had Chilean Sea Bass before, and this didn't taste like it at all. I had the oolong menu version which was basically a soy-ginger seasoned filet over a bed of steamed spinach. The filet was flaky as you would... More
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