P.F. Chang’s To Go

I really wish this was a real PF Chang’s, because I love the dining ambience of the restaurants. But I will say I was served exactly the same food I would have had in the restaurant. It took me about 20 minutes to get it home, and it was still nice and hot. The mixed-temperature items like the lettuce wraps were served in divided containers that kept one side hot and the other side cool. Lettuce wraps and Northern-style ribs were perfect, and like a server had just brought them to the table. Mongolian chicken was a bit more pedestrian, but still good.

I ordered in person (not online) for an early Saturday lunch, and the food was ready in less than ten minutes.

If you really want to eat here, there are two small “booths” along one wall.