This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of P.F. Changs. All opinions are 100% mine.
Have you been to P.F. Chang’s? I remember when I was in high school getting excited about driving an hour to the “good” mall where P.F. Chang’s was. Then in college, my best friend moved moved literally half a mile away from one. Win! P.F. Chang’s is Chinese food, but I’d call it much more than that. It’s more complex and there are more options and flavor combinations then any standard Chinese restaurant, but my favorite part? How nicely they cater to multiple dietary restrictions! Not only are the vegetarian options clearly marked (And plentiful! Especially for a chain restaurant) but there is also a gluten free menu! This is a perfect place to place to grab a gift card for any hard-to-please friends or family members, and you might as well grab some lunch while you’re at it!
My number one favorite dish has always been the Chang’s Vegetarian Lettuce Wraps. Though they’re an appetizer, I usually order it as my main. I love the crunchy lettuce leafs with the warm filling, yum. I’m also a fan of the Coconut Curry Vegetables because hello, curry! The Buddha’s Feast has mushrooms, asparagus and tofu in it, so you know I’m all over that, too. Best part about the Buddha’s feast is that you can get it steamed instead of stir fried, in case you induldged in too may holiday cookies. You can find locations or look at the menu yourself at pfchangs.com.
This holiday season, if you purchase $100 in gift cards, you’ll receive a bonus $20 gift card to treat yourself! So who in your inner circle is most deserving of a P.F. Chang’s gift card? Totally acceptable to buy one for yourself 😉 Double treat yourself. You can Follow @pfchangs on Twitter or Follow P.F. Chang’s on Pinterest to keep up with any current promotions or just to drool over delicious menu options!
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