P.F. Chang’s is an Asian restaurant chain with plenty of locations throughout the LA and surrounding areas. They’ve got a pretty good handful of great vegan options, including shareables, sides, and entrees. Read on to check out the selection of vegan menu items they’ve got to offer, and head to your nearest location to try out a few.
Their “Street Fare” items are considered shareable plates inspired by Asian street food cuisine.
Chang’s Vegetarian Lettuce Wraps
Looking for a great appetizer to start off with or maybe lighter meal? Then go with their vegetarian lettuce wraps, which is lettuce wraps with a side mix of tofu and vegetables to fill them, along with crispy rice sticks too. It’s a secret Chiang family recipe and their signature dish.
Their edamame is steamed to order and tossed with kosher salt.
Enjoy a selection of vegetable and grain sides that are always a great addition to your meal.
Chili-Garlic Green Beans
Their side of green beans are cooked in a fiery red chili sauce, along with fresh garlic and Sichuan preserves.
If you want to add in some more vegetables to your meal, order a side of their Sichuan-Style Asparagus to get asparagus cooked in red chili paste, garlic, Sichuan preserves, and sliced onion.
Wok-Seared Spinach with Garlic
Get in your greens with their wok’d spinach side dish, which features fresh spinach leaves with chopped garlic.
White or Brown Steamed Rice
You can never go wrong with a side of rice.
P.F. Changs has a good variety of vegan-friendly dishes that all come with a side of steamed white or brown rice.
For a simple dish, enjoy their Buddha’s Feast—five-spice tofu, savory sauce, asparagus, shiitakes, broccoli, and carrots.
Ma Po Tofu
If you want a spicy entree, then go with the Ma Po Tofu for crispy silken tofu in spicy red chili sauce with steamed broccoli.
Eggplant enthusiast will love this eggplant dish, which includes Chinese eggplant, sweet chili soy glaze, green onion, and garlic.
Thai Harvest Curry
Craving curry? Then order their Thai Harvest Curry for a red curry that’s comprised of butternut squash, five-spice tofu, rustic vegetables, and Asian mushrooms, and topped with fresno peppers.