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I had lunch today at P.F. Chang's with my mom. As we were leaving, I heard the manager approach the table next to us. The folks next to us had ordered a dish to be prepared without mushrooms, and he came to check whether or not it was due to an allergy concern (it wasn't - they just hate mushrooms!). Of course my ears pricked right up when I heard the word allergy, and listned as he talked to them. He was extremely knowledgable. I complimented him on the way out, and told him how much I appreciated the care he took. He told me that I could call him anytime, and he would have dishes prepared especially for DS, from new pots that they keep in the back. Of course, sap that I am, I got all teary. [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/rolleyes.gif[/img]
I'm not sure I would actually do it, especially since DS is also TNA and sesame allergic; I still think it is probably too risky. I was just really impressed by their attention to detail and allergy awareness. I've already written to P.F. Chang's corporate to compliment this manager.
Has anyone ever eaten there?
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