Eating vegan at P.F. Chang’s is a wok in the park if you know what to look for on the menu. These items are vegan, but they may share the same surface as nonvegan food, so there’s a possibility of cross-contamination.

Here are some of our favorite cruelty-free dishes:


Vegetarian Lettuce Wraps

Tofu, green onion, mint, water chestnuts, and crispy rice sticks—lettuce feast!

Buddha’s Feast (Stir-Fried or Steamed)

Tofu, savory sauce, asparagus, shiitakes, broccoli, and carrots

Coconut Curry Vegetables

Yellow curry sauce, crispy silken tofu, mushrooms, peanuts—keep calm and curry on.

Ma Po Tofu

Spicy red chili sauce, crispy silken tofu, and steamed broccoli

Stir-Fried Eggplant

Eggplant, sweet chili soy glaze, green onion, and garlic—eggplant is the only type of “egg” we’ll eat.


Sichuan-Style Asparagus

Chili Garlic Green Beans

Wok’d Spinach with Garlic

White and Brown Rice

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*Egg is listed as an ingredient for Edamame on the P.F. Chang’s China Bistro’s menu, but we confirmed that this is because they are steamed in the same steamer as menu items that contain egg.

And there ya have it! Eating vegan while on the go has never been easier.

Looking for more vegan options? Check out our Secret Vegan Menus guide to see what other chain restaurants have to offer.

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