We ordered Khung Pao Chicken, Veg Noodles and Mix Buddha Vegetables and California Rolls in sushi. Food was very avg. and the service is slow. Won't recommend really.
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Stopped by there to order a take out and take back to the hotel to eat. There is a bar when you walk in and the eating area was upstairs. I told them at the bar that I wanted to take out and they instructed me to go upstairs and order. Once I got upstairs there was nowhere to sit... More
Great food. Street noodles were different, but fresh and delicious as was the spicy chicken. Great drinks too. They were very busy- Friday night, but because we were only 2 we got seated right away. Our server was very good and efficient. It's a big place with lots of big tables- great for groups, kind of loud for 2 but... More
Our family of eleven dined here new years eve. I cannot understand why people crowd into this place. The food is just ok and the service is painfully slow.
We enjoy stopping in when we are in Boston. The food is always good with depth of flavor and nice presentation. Portions are not overwhelming, and served family style for easy sharing. Love their eggroll!
My wife and I are fans of P.F. Chang's. This most recent dining experience, however, fell short of what we've come to expect. What worked: The chicken lettuce wraps were delicious and a good portion for sharing. The wonton soup and vegetable spring rolls were also very good. The dipping sauces are always excellent. My sesame chicken entree was well... More
Saturday, we enjoyed a wonderful afternoon performance of the Boston Pops Christmas concert and then headed PF Changs at the Prudential Center for our 5:45pm reservation. We arrived about 5 minutes early and were told that our table would be ready shortly. There were six of us in the party. Fifteen minutes went by and we checked again and were... More
In Boston for a long weekend and thought all the places we ate for breakfast and dinner were fantastic with the exception of Changs. It felt like eating in a canteen and the staff gave the impression they don't want to be there. Food was OK but not great. Had to ask for water three times and the entrees arrived... More
We enjoyed a very good Chinese meal here on our last day in Boston. A vey good choice of dishes that were well presented and delicious
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