Dublin >Pei Wei Asian Diner
In a hurray? Great Food & Fast at Pei Wei. I have been to this establishment several times & have always enjoyed a fabulous meal. Great choice if you are in a hurry & want a good Asian Inspired Meal. The restaurant is clean, the staff is attentive and it appears to be well managed. The Firecracker Chicken is outstanding, just the right amount of "kick" without being too overwhelming. If you don't have the time (or patience to wait for a table) at PF Changs - Pei Wei is an excellent alternative.
Great value and Great menu.
We dined at the unlisted Easton location (614) 418-9825, in front of Target on Morse Crossing.
There is also a location at Polaris and 71, (614)-985-4845
Valentines evening 9PM. About 20% full inside. Plenty of parking. Large lighted menu's hang on the wall. You enter this aisian decorated establishment to walk up to a cashier to place your order and pay. They hand you your glass, and you can now claim a 2 top table. Larger parties will pull together easily. Now go up to the self serve bar for your Coke products, and others, along with silverware, fortune cookies, condiments, and more. There are no trays, so count on multiple trips for the more you grab. 2 plates and 2 napkins are on each table. It was very clean. We did not see the restroom interior. You can see into the open kitchen, with the hanging utensils. The Menu offers well marked spicy, and vegetarian ordering, with no MSG. We found a menu on their website. Pricing..
Salads..$6.25-$6.95(big enough to share). Noodle and Rice bowls..$6.75. Kids 12 and under..Teriyaki or honey chicken $3.75, Lo Mein $3.75, w/drink $4.25, Chocchip cookie $1
Signature dishes.. ingredient plus style Chicken $7.75, Beef $8.25, Shrimp $9.00, Vagetables and Tofu $7.25 Choices are Mongolian, Thai Dynamite, Lemon Pepper, and more. Steamed brown rice, and beer were also available.
They brought our appetizer first (spring rolls 2)$3.75. Very hot and tasty, served with a sweet ginger chili sauce. Next came the Pei Wei Spicy chicken salad $6.95. We found this to be a true treasure. It is such a unique collection of vegetables, and slightly citrus vinaigrette with that slight heat. The chicken was not breaded, but seared to a tenderness. We also had the Mandarin Kung Pao Chicken. My wife has had this the last 3 visits. Total bill $19.70. We did not see tipping anywhere. We left a couple bucks, because our very kind, friendly attendant chased down some things for us. *Note this is not fast food, but Casual(Applebees).
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