Although the restaurant does serve meat, P.F. Chang’s vegetarian options are plentiful. The menu boasts its own vegetarian section, with dishes like Coconut Curry Vegetables, Stir-fried Buddha’s Feast, and Chang’s Vegetarian Lettuce Wraps. All of these items are completely vegan– the restaurant uses mushroom oyster sauce in place of fish or chicken stock for their vegetarian dishes. But this is only the beginning.
P.F. Chang’s also offers its diners the option of ordering almost any dish with tofu, and the servers are happy to check if a certain dish’s sauce has animal products (if it does, they are also usually very willing to leave out the animal products so that your dish is vegan). Lemon Tofu, Sweet-n-Sour Tofu, Kung Pao Tofu… any of these can be enjoyed at P. F. Chang’s. My own favorite dish is the Vegetarian Lettuce Wraps, which I order without rice sticks and with spinach instead of the iceberg lettuce. To find your personal favorite dish, you’ll have to try the restaurant for yourself!
I must apologize in advance for the truly horrible picture of my meal. I forgot to photograph the food, so what you see is a cropped picture that just so happened to catch my meal in the background. (It actually wouldn’t look so bad if it weren’t for that darned straw!)