As part of Pei Wei’s bold new Clean-Label Initiative—The Wei Forward—and its commitment to having a menu that caters to all customers, the Asian fast-casual restaurant has expanded its gluten-free
Pei Wei Asian Kitchen has launched delivery nationwide, making it more convenient for guests to enjoy their favorite handcrafted, Asian-inspired dishes.
Pei Wei’s first McAllen restaurant opened its doors in Palms Crossing last month and is celebrating with a grand opening party on Friday, November 2.
In a groundbreaking effort to bring the same level of transparency to restaurant menus that has been required on packaged-goods food for years, Pei Wei Asian Kitchen formally petitioned the U.S.
Fresh. Wholesome. Transparent. These three words are the foundation of a bold new initiative introduced Monday by Pei Wei Asian Kitchen.
What makes Pei Wei’s Wei Better Orange Chicken “Wei Better?” For starters, it’s made with fresh, house-cut, all-white-meat chicken that’s never been frozen.
It all started in 1849, when the California Gold Rush was in full swing and the first Chinese restaurant in America opened its doors in San Francisco.
In the first quarter of 2018, Pei Wei conducted what it labels a “360-degree brand review.” The fast casual has been under a self-imposed microscope for months now, ever since it split from P.F.
Pei Wei is following up its groundbreaking debut of Wei Better Orange Chicken with the introduction a dessert and two small plates that pair perfectly with its house-made entrées.