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I’ve been to the P.F. Chang’s across from Southpoint a dozen times, mostly with coworkers for lunch.  It’s much easier to get in and out of P.F. Chang’s than some of the restaurants that are actually in the Streets at Southpoint because you don’t have as big of crowds to deal with.

Coconut Curry Vegetables

I’m sorry I didn’t get many nice pictures like I normally try to.  I got my usual favorite, the coconut curry vegetables, my husband got the honey chicken lunch bowl (it’s a smaller portion that comes with soup), and the other guy we were with got General Chang’s chicken.  We all liked our food, but I’ve never been disappointed by P.F. Chang’s.  I just wish they made the coconut curry vegetables in a frozen entree, but I suppose the veggies don’t hold up well after being frozen.  I’ve tried some of the appetizers here before.  The eggdrop soup is decent, not the best I’ve ever had, and the egg rolls are reliable.  I tried the mini desserts once and was kind of disappointed.  I like my desserts to be big portions, but then again we usually split the desserts as well.

My husband has been to Pei Wei, which is the cheaper, faster P.F. Chang’s alternative.  He said the food is just as good there, and cheaper.  I’ll have to check it out sometime soon.

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