on March 22, 2007
PF Chang is one of my favorite restaurants in Las Vegas. They offer a lively atmosphere that seems very crowed and loud at first, but after a few minutes it feeds into the charm of the restaurant, and actually put me in the mood for more of a "family style" dinner (many different plates and everyone sharing). I was there for a dinner with a company I worked as a sales rep for along with all of the designers, logistics people, CEO, and anyone else you would expect to see in a small manufacturing company in all a total of a little over 30 people. We had reservations and the wait staff was more than ready for us. I was highly impressed how they were able to bring a continuous flow of food to our table while honoring requests for special drinks and food preparation, and yet serve a packed restaurant.I do suggest making reservations in advance otherwise you’ll have a long wait. The wait staff is great and is more than willing to give suggestions. When I was in Vegas I was with a party of 30 and they went out of their way to accommodate us.The food was great, especially for a chain. Have never eaten there before I let them recommend to me what I should get and I wasn’t disappointed. I ended up trying their lettuce wraps (iceberg lecture that you use to wrap up ground chicken in), which they are famous for. It was good, but it came in a distant third to their pot stickers and lemon chicken. Their crab wantons are also a must try. The main course consisted of lemon chicken, orange peel beef, and garlic noodles. The lemon chicken was amazing. I’ve tried many versions of this, but always found it lacking something or over powered by the lemon. At PF Chang It had just a light touch of lemon to it. Enough to be tasted but not enough to over power.
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