The food is good at this restaurant as it is it all PF Changs but, the service is very questionable. It is not fun nor appropriate to have service with an attitude when you're paying these prices.
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Five of us shared three main courses with steamed rice. The veggie spring rolls had a delicious dipping sauce. The wine we chose was very good. Dessert for the birthday person was served with a candle and tasted of coconut ice cream. The real dessert was the "Great Wall of Chocolate" cake had to be shared and was really, really... More
Great place to eat, food is fresh, full of flavour and reasonably priced. Service is great too. I'd ordered a starter which unfortunately came out later than my main, my waitress was so apologetic and I received the starter for free due to it coming out AFTER my main. Great service, I would highly recommend.
We had a nice lunch with good service and food was decent. For the best corporate chinese food, P. F. Changs is the place to go.
We really enjoy PF Chang's and I've dined at several in different states. This was my least favorite. The service was not good, the food was just not as good as other locations. I probably won't go to this location again.
Location is very convenient and directly corner Bay Street but that is all about. Service and crew is slowly, my hostess was bored and had a bad attitude, food seems to be pricey compared to other chain locations. Had food and walked out very disappointed however I do not think I will give them another try.
This is very interesting restaurant that without question is engulfed in an Asian flair not only in its ambiance but of course it's food. That said, many of the Chinese/Asian dishes appeared to be somewhat Americanized. This is an all bad and in fact many instances I find it quite refreshing. They're hot and sour soup is one of my... More
Being an Australian travelling family who eats Asian food at least once a day, we were having serious withdrawals from ginger, chilli, garlic, lemongrass, pad thai, sushi, dumplings. This place allowed us to eat some of our favourites such as Sushi. Value ok. USA restaurants seem to be ok with two adults sharing one dish. We kept doing the Australian... More
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