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Pei Wei Asian Diner
Asian Restaurant$
Today 10:30 am – 9:00 pm
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13429 N Hwy 183 Austin, TX 78750, United States
13429 North Highway 183USTexasAustin78750
$Asian Restaurant, Southeast Asian Restaurant
Asian Restaurant
Southeast Asian Restaurant
Korean Restaurant
Chinese Restaurant
Vietnamese Restaurant
Japanese Restaurant
Thai Restaurant
Today 10:30 am – 9:00 pm
Monday 10:30 am – 9:00 pmTuesday 10:30 am – 9:00 pmWednesday 10:30 am – 9:00 pmThursday 10:30 am – 9:00 pmFriday 10:30 am – 10:00 pmSaturday 10:30 am – 10:00 pmSunday 10:30 am – 9:00 pm
Pei Wei Asian Diner offers fresh, high-quality Asian cuisine in a comfortable, quick & casual dine-in environment, with the flexibility, speed & convenience of take-away service (call in or online).
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Counter-serve Pan-Asian chain for health-conscious noodle & rice dishes & more.- Google
"We ordered the Crab Wontons (4); all of them were burnt to a crisp."
"I'm a big pei wei fan, but this location stinks."
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Barbara Shallue
3 months ago
I tried the Pei Wei Spicy chicken on my first visit this week...and I feel I need to warn you - this is SPICY! It was really so spicy that all I could taste was the sauce. But, although it wasn't the best Asian food I've eaten, it was fast and healthier than most fast food. Even though it's a little pricier than some other fast-food Asian restaurants, like Panda Express, I'll definitely try them again.
korey Olvera
a year ago
I'm a big pei wei fan, but this location stinks. My husband and I always ask for our fried rice to be extra spicy and it never is. This last time we ordered it, our rice was undercooked. This location needs to get it together!
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Joey McDaniel
a year ago
We eat here quite frequently "to-go" - rather than dine-in. I have had no issues with the "to-go" experience. For lunch today, we decided to dine-in. Terrible mistake. The service here is shoddy - run by a bunch of high-school kids who really don't care. Our appetizers came out 15~ minutes after our entrees did. We ordered the Crab Wontons (4); all of them were burnt to a crisp. From my experience today, I would either experience the "to-go" aspect of this restaurant, or just avoid it.
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Riquet Aouad
a year ago
It's a pretty good place if you want to get some quick Chinese food to go. The service is good and the food is not bad.
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J S Neal
2 months ago
Food was so so. They didn't wipe down tables after they bussed them so chunks of food and stickiness were prevalent on most of the open tables. When I mentioned this to the buss boy he apologize and then proceeded to take 10 min before he got to wiping them down. Won't be coming back
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Robert Farago
a year ago
If you like English food (and who does?) you'll like the Pei Wie Diner, 'cause they serve Chinese food that's so stodgy it would make the Queen gag. Of course that guy in Queen gagged all the time but I digress. The coconut curry sauce was thick and creamy where it should have been delicate and aromatic. Also, the fortune cookie lied. I didn't trip over an aardvark while singing the cha-cha slide wearing my tuxedo. WHat's that all about?
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Brian Jones
a year ago
The staff were friendly and the atmosphere was nice. Of the two dishes we ordered, the Pad Thai and the Dan Dan Noodles, the Pad Thai was the obvious winner. The Dan Dan noodles were swimming in sauce, so I only ate about half of it. The food was just okay. You can get a better value at Fire Bowl Cafe or Noodles in my opinion. I had high hopes because this franchise is owned by PF Chang's, but it was kind of a let down.
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Bacon Ator
a year ago
Fast-casual '3-choice entree bowls' (protein, veggies, noodle) plus other stuff Asian food. As PF Chang's little brother, they even have the lettuce wrap thingies for you to get. An easy choice if you want that little something close to PF's, but not have to go all the way to an actual PF Chang's.


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