Not Autism friendly. Treated with such disregard and callousness. I will be sending the corporate office a copy of the AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT with a note explaining the un-service received.
Difficult to get reservations. Found hostess unaccomodating for reservations. Food is generally good, but service sub-par. Indicative of a large chain. Poor customer support.
This gussied-up chain bustles with singles and families craving Chinese food favorites..
Towering twin stallions and carved wood screens add majesty and mystery to this stylish restaurant, where well-dressed patrons sip martinis at the bar and families with children feast around large tables or in spacious booths. The menu gives Chinese classics a contemporary tweak; dishes are artfully presented, with many sauces made tableside by servers. Signature plates include diced chicken wrapped in cool lettuce leaves, orange-peel beef with chili peppers, and wok-fried scallops with lemon sauce.
Why is this place rated so high and so full of diners? - its not all that good..
I am amazed that this place is as busy as it is. The food here is really very mediocre. Service at lunch was terrible. The waiter was slow and brought our entree only moments after serving the appetizer.
There were three of us at the table and I noticed that all of our entrees had overly dark appearances which indicates an over abundance of soy sauce. The over arching taste taste was of the salt from too much soy on all three dishes.
I am just amazed that this place is busy - the food is very, very average - no better than you would get at the drive thru at Wong's Wok. Service is poor. Costs are high. Lunch, with shared appetizer, and soft drinks was $66 without tip. The dining room is also very loud.
There are several good Chinese restaurants with in a few miles of here that cost half of this price and are at least twice as good. There must be a reason the place was 2/3 full for lunch - but it is not for the food or the service. Its a write off for me.
I love the food here. the cocktails are also really good. The shrimp dishes are fantastic. It?s also a good place to go on office dinner outings. Tasty food.
Being a Buddhist however i didn?t personally like the fact that they have named a dish fried Buddha. I have not seen fried Jesus or fried Allah anywhere else in menus.
Great. GREAT food, good service, nice atmosphere. I'll be back! Highly recommended.
Romantic and kid friendly. My husband and I enjoy dining at P.F. Changs with and without kids. The best way to describe the food is "gourmet" chinese. We love it.
Yes a Chain!. I know this is a chain but now that I've moved to Milwaukee I've never seen it so packed. The waiters are amazing, and their very friendly. I've never been there when I didn't need a reservation. OH and try the 6 layer chocolate cake, I like to call it the Chocalate Wall of Death. But's it OH SO GOOD!
Loved this place. The prices are very moderate but the food was way way way good.
I liked the decor because its classy but its definately got a fun and upbeat vibe. Service was friendly and its my fave Chinese in Milwaukee! P.S. you better have a Reservation.
Overpriced. This chain may have some different ambience going for it, but it takes itself too seriously. After the meal, I was wondering why anyone would come to this place more than once. The bill was well more than the experience was worth to myself and my companion. The appetizers were decent, but the entrees were not very good at all. The whole place was noisy, so it was very unromantic despite the lighting to the contrary.
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