Does PF Changs food have the ingredient MonoSodiumGlutamate (MSG)?
From the link: P.F. Chang’s adheres to the Chinese culinary precepts of fan and t’sai, a balancing of rice, noodles and grains with meat, seafood and vegetables. The menu is highlighted by dishes such as Chang’s Spicy Chicken, Orange Peel Beef, Peking Ravioli, Chicken in Soothing Lettuce Wrap, Szechwan-Style Long Beans and Dan Dan Noodles. Its traditional cuisine is complemented by a full-service bar offering an extensive selection of wines, specialty drinks, Asian beers, cappuccino and espresso. P.F. Chang’s features a display kitchen, exhibition wok cooking and a decor that includes wood and slate floors, mounted life-size terra cotta replicas of Xi’an warriors and narrative murals, depicting 12th century China. Slow-roasted Cantonese-style ducklings, chickens, BBQ spare ribs and BBQ pork are prepared in vertical ovens, while handmade shrimp, pork and vegetable dumplings, as well as flavorful fish and vegetables, are prepared in custom-made steamer cabinets. MSG is not used in any P.