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Pei Wei Asian Diner
Asian Restaurant$$
Today 11:00 am – 9:00 pm
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Airport Plaza Shopping Center 2777 Pacific Coast Hwy Torrance, CA 90505
2777 Pacific Coast HighwayUSCaliforniaTorrance90505
$$Asian Restaurant, Japanese Restaurant
Asian Restaurant
Japanese Restaurant
Chinese Restaurant
Thai Restaurant
Korean Restaurant
Today 11:00 am – 9:00 pm
Monday 11:00 am – 9:00 pmTuesday 11:00 am – 9:00 pmWednesday 11:00 am – 9:00 pmThursday 11:00 am – 9:00 pmFriday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmSaturday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmSunday 11:00 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
"Not the best Asian fusion I've ever had, but not the worst either I guess."
"Soon entrees started coming out."
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Cameron Figgins
3 months ago
This place is well run and has a great menu with great variety f fair and reasonable prices the food is fantastic and there's a woman named Kristin that says a great job running the front desk and being assistance to customers like myself I had a great experience at this place tonight because of it
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T Young
2 years ago
Simple and easy. Always hot and fresh. Quick and tasty. Great bang for the buck.
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Brandon Braswell
a year ago
Loved it ! Quick and cheap Asian meal
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L Kutcher
3 years ago
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Jason Karuza
a year ago
I went here for the first time with my wife and four friends on a Saturday evening. The place was bustling with people and almost every table was full. There were only a couple of people in line in front of us, so we had a minute to look over the menu and determine what we were going to order. You order in line like you would at a steam-table styled restaurant, but their is no steam table and they deliver the food to you at your table after helping you get seated. You have to get your own refills and to-go boxes, but the servers go around checking on people and cleaning up plates periodically. After ordering and sitting down we engaged in conversation for a few minutes, after which our crab wontons and pork egg rolls arrived. The wontons were served on a thin layer of sweet chili sauce that was poured onto the plate. They had a nice texture and tasty filling, but were way overpriced at $1 each. The egg rolls were larger and had ground pork in them. I was expecting the Vietnamese style of fried egg rolls, but these were more Chinese styled. They were served with an orange-yellow sauce that looked like hot mustard but wasn't. They were pretty good, but a big overpriced as well at $2 each. Soon entrees started coming out. Most people got combos, but we chose to get the Kung Pao shrimp with brown rice and the lo mein with chicken. The noodles in the lo mein were a bit too soft and overcooked. The chicken was alright, but nothing special, and the whole dish was pretty small. It was served in a small bowl with some slices of green onion and that's it. Pretty boring and unsubstantial for $7.95. The Kung Pao shrimp looked like they were pan fried in a brown sauce and topped with some more of the sauce, some peanuts, and served with a side of rice. The sauce was garlicy but also kind of sweet. The shrimp were a decent size and there were probably about 10 total on the plate. Good, but underwhelming for almost $10. Summary: Quality is good. Flavors are adequate and variable. Service is decent, but they only serve you food, clean your plates, and handle special requests. Portions are on the small side and prices are on the high side. Not the best Asian fusion I've ever had, but not the worst either I guess. Probably wouldn't come back again, or at least wouldn't order the same two entrees again.
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Andrew Simon
4 years ago
Great place to get lunch or dinner (informal). They're very accommodating to steaming and sauce-on-the-side type orders. Reasonable prices and friendly staff - no complaints. Wish they had more locations in Los Angeles.
Bruce Miller
4 years ago
The quasi-fast food PF Changs. Not bad; not great. At least they make the food to order.
A Google User
6 years ago
An off-shoot of PF Chang's, Pei-Wei's food is actually tastier and cheaper. Super fast service and the food is great. While it might not be super "authentic," the taste is good and some things are even better as cold leftovers! :) (especially the Pad Thai). Try the honey seared shrimp!


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