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Pei Wei Asian Diner

A location in Eden Prairie, MN

Pei Wei Asian Diner is a restaurant chain in the United States. All of Pei Wei's dishes are made to order and offer customization. Pei Wei has 190 locations in the US and 3 international locations.

Pei Wei offers different menu items and a different dining atmosphere than its parent company, P.F. Chang's. Pei Wei features a counter service, coffee bar, where guests order from a cashier, and the food is brought out to the table, a style known in the industry as fast casual. Pei Wei has a designated door in the restaurant for cashiers to offer take away food orders.

Pei Wei is owned by P. F. Chang's China Bistro. On July 2, 2012, P.F. Chang’s China Bistro, Inc. was acquired by Centerbridge Partners, L.P. Centerbridge completed a tender offer making P. F. Chang's China Bistro an indirect, wholly owned subsidiary of Wok Parent L.L.C.[1] It is currently headquartered in Scottsdale, Arizona.[2]


  1. ^ Centerbridge completes tender offer for P.F. Chang’s
  2. ^ PFCB Corporate Overview

External links

  • Pei Wei Asian Diner official website
  • Ron Ruggless, P.F. Chang's readying Pei Wei's fast-casual offshoot, Nation's Restaurant News, February 7, 2000.

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