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P F Chang's Gluten Free Options
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Has anyone had any issues with P F Chang's gluten free options? We ordered gluten-free Mongolian Beef.....but we are unsure if they might have accidentally prepared with non gluten-free ingredients.

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Has anyone had any issues with P F Chang's gluten free options? We ordered gluten-free Mongolian Beef.....but we are unsure if they might have accidentally prepared with non gluten-free ingredients.

No. I've eaten there twice, two different places in two different cities, no issues.

The servers could use my training, but I didn't get sick.

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Has anyone had any issues with P F Chang's gluten free options? We ordered gluten-free Mongolian Beef.....but we are unsure if they might have accidentally prepared with non gluten-free ingredients.

My husband (who has gluten intolerance) has eaten the Mongo Beef entree from the gluten-free menu many times with no reaction symptoms. I've eaten the Ginger Salmon (from the gluten-free menu) many times and never had reactions. I'm much more sensitive than my husband, because I get excruciating gut pain and bloating from eating gluten. So I'm certain PFC's gluten-free menu entree items are truly gluten free.

HOWEVER, if you have other food allergies (esp. soy), bring your own 'coconut aminos' soy free sauce, and inquire about the ingredients in your chosen entree, because PFC (like most Asian style restaurants) frequently use soy in preparation.

If you had reactions after eating gluten-free entrees at PFC, you might consider what other delayed reaction allergies you might have.

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My husband (who has gluten intolerance) has eaten the Mongo Beef entree from the gluten-free menu many times with no reaction symptoms. I've eaten the Ginger Salmon (from the gluten-free menu) many times and never had reactions. I'm much more sensitive than my husband, because I get excruciating gut pain and bloating from eating gluten. So I'm certain PFC's gluten-free menu entree items are truly gluten free.

HOWEVER, if you have other food allergies (esp. soy), bring your own 'coconut aminos' soy free sauce, and inquire about the ingredients in your chosen entree, because PFC (like most Asian style restaurants) frequently use soy in preparation.

If you had reactions after eating gluten-free entrees at PFC, you might consider what other delayed reaction allergies you might have.

I've eaten at pf Changs and been fine. However, I did get sick once, I really think it was the server.

I go to a different one now and I am fine. I do have to avoid the dishes that have soy in them. I got eggdrop soup and shrimp with lobster sauce. I had no reaction when I ate there last month and didn't get sick. I do have my entire table order gluten-free.

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