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Pei Wei Asian Diner
Asian Restaurant$
Today 11:00 am – 9:00 pm
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227 E Ontario St Chicago, IL 60611
227 East Ontario StreetUSIllinoisChicago60611
(312) 660-3100
$Asian Restaurant, Chinese Restaurant
Asian Restaurant
Chinese Restaurant
Thai Restaurant
Japanese Restaurant
Vietnamese 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 – 9:00 pmSaturday 11:00 am – 9:00 pmSunday 11:00 am – 9:00 pm
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Pei Wei Asian Market brings an assortment of flavorful dishes inspired by our chefs’ travels to the bustling markets of Thailand, Vietnam, Korea, China and Japan.
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Counter-serve Pan-Asian chain for health-conscious noodle & rice dishes & more.- Google
"I wanted to like it, as I do enjoy PF Changs."
"The pickled veggies were overpowering the meat."
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Greg Becker
9 months ago
I wanted to like it, as I do enjoy PF Changs. The food was just not that good. Not a ton of flavor. For some reason I decided to roll the dice on the tofu...bad gamble. It was tough and chewy. The employees were very nice.
London Bell
2 years ago
This is a very nice place to come and sit with a friend, or take out during a work week. The food is good, and the prices are very reasonable. It is hard to find a good Chinese restaurant that is affordable-- and I highly recommend this one. This location is clean and convenient if you live in the area
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Amanda Miller
a year ago
Perfect for grabbing a quick lunch while escaping from the office. They do not have an extensive menu but the taste of the dishes certainly makes up for it.
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Crystal Carter
a year ago
I want so badly to like you Pei Wei! You are located right around the corner. The restaurant is very clean and open. You are right next to an Epic Burger so that I can head that way and then feel guilty about my calorie intake and choose you instead. But there is an issue that we can never get past, which is your ridiculously SMALL portion sizes! I assumed that restaurants did research on these kinds of things so that they would know customer expectations, but obviously they saved some money by skipping that step. Unfortunate, those savings are not passed on to me since Pei Wei is super expensive once you take into account the portions - like $$ instead of just $ expensive. We are talking almost $14 for a meal that I will eat every bite of in one sitting, which is pretty crazy to me. This place is most often compared to Panda Express (which is a fair comparison) but they have much better quality and each item is prepared to order. While I'm on that subject, you can pretty easily add and remove ingredients from dishes, but when I tried to have the beef in one is my dishes prepared well done they had no idea what I was talking about! I mean, really? They had to go get the chef from the back and I had to tell him what I wanted. When you try to order online there was no way to write specific notes about preparing the meal, you only check off what you wanted and didn't want. Who designs a website like that? There isn't even a way to say, "extra napkins please." I was so excited when Pei Wei came here and now I just sad...cause the food is delicious! Mongolia Beef - I will miss you. Maybe can still see each other on my birthday and when someone else is treating?
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D Nguyen
2 years ago
I went 2PM and got the Vietnamese meatball sandwich. The cashier was a nice girl and the set-up nice. The food was bad. The bread was not French baguette. The pickled veggies were overpowering the meat. The meatball was sour. This may just be me, but I prefer Vietnamese sandwiches with salty and fatty flavor, not sour and tangy. If this is the new fusion flavor, I want no part of it.
Masanori Miyauchi
8 months ago

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