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LinkyAll you have to do to snag one is show up at a participating†P.F. Changís location†that day and mention the promotion to your server. No, you donít have to order another roll or a beverage to get complimentary sushi. Itís a true no-strings attached freebie.You are limited to one per person, but there is no limit to the maximum per table, so bring the whole family.†

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anyone tried to go box, †after ordering at bar?

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'Come to a participating restaurant on Thursday, October 27th and get either one free Spicy Tuna Roll or one free California Roll'.

The devil is in the details...

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spicy tuna roll. California roll, How authentic


Oh well. We all know the only Asian thing about PF Changs is The CaucaAsians in the dining room.
And all you have to do, is look it up to find out that P. F. in PF Changs is Paul Fleming
Oh well, at least it's free.

On the other hand, the NEW menu, which hasn't hit yet, has been will have consultation by Bob Tam a REAL Asian and a REAL chef. Look forward to the changes

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harrisonh said:   spicy tuna roll. California roll, How authentic


Oh well. We all know the only Asian thing about PF Changs is The CaucaAsians in the dining room.
And all you have to do, is look it up to find out that P. F. in PF Changs is Paul Fleming
Oh well, at least it's free.

On the other hand, the NEW menu, which hasn't hit yet, has been will have consultation by Bob Tam a REAL Asian and a REAL chef. Look forward to the changes

† someone has a little crush, methinks

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Paul Fleming collaborated with Philip Chiang to come up with P.F. Chang and it specializes (IMHO) American Chinese food that caters to the mainstream taste which is the market they serve. Serving sushi, though, is probably taking it a step too far. A "China Bistro" would/should not be casually serving sushi, a Japanese specialty affair (real sushi chefs start with an apprenticeship and train for years before they truly master their craft/art, is considered an honorable profession). This is why not all sushi are created equal and quality matters. Then again, these dishes are probably catered to the mainstream palate and no different than the "sushi" that are served in popular gastropubs and AYCE asian buffet restaurants.

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