Pei Wei is a fast-casual Pan-Asian restaurant with more than 100 locations operating across 17 states offering healthy, customizable dishes made with fresh ingredients. Originally founded in 2000, the chain was an early adopter of the fast-casual revolution, modern customer loyalty programs, and accepting modern forms of payment like Apple Pay.

View the menu prices at Pei Wei in 2024 below. I also share how to get significant discounts like 15% off for members of the military and 12% savings for anyone who joins the My Wei Rewards program.

Limited-Time Offers

Menu ItemSize/QuantityPrice
NEW! Firecracker Chicken Nachos$8.25

Featured Jet Tila Entrees

Menu ItemSize/QuantityPrice
NEW! Firecracker Chicken$12.69
NEW! Firecracker Crispy Tofu$12.69
NEW! Spicy Drunken Noodles$12.99
House Special Chicken$12.69
Thai Coconut Curry Chicken$12.69
Spicy Korean BBQ Steak$13.69
Thai Basil Cashew Chicken$12.69


Menu ItemSize/QuantityPrice
Feast For 3$46.99
Feast For 4-5$57.99
Feast For 6-7$60.99

Tofu Entrees

Menu ItemSize/QuantityPrice
NEW! Firecracker Crispy Tofu$12.69
NEW! Sesame Tofu$12.69
Thai Dynamite Crispy Tofu$12.69
Thai Coconut Curry Crispy Tofu$12.69
Spicy General Tso's Crispy Tofu$12.69
Honey-Seared Crispy Tofu$12.69
Teriyaki Crispy Tofu$12.69


Menu ItemSize/QuantityPrice
NEW! Firecracker Chicken$12.69
NEW! Sesame Chicken$12.69
NEW! Firecracker Crispy Tofu$12.69
House Special Chicken$12.69
Spicy Korean BBQ Steak$13.69
Thai Basil Cashew Chicken$12.69
Thai Coconut Curry Chicken$12.69
Beef & Broccoli$13.69
Chicken & Broccoli$12.69
Kung Pao Shrimp$13.69
Mongolian Chicken$12.69
Pei Wei Original Shrimp$13.69
Teriyaki Crispy Tofu$12.69
Thai Dynamite Crispy Tofu$12.69

Classic Entrees

Menu ItemSize/QuantityPrice
Orange Chicken$12.69
Honey-Seared Chicken$12.69
SPicy General Tso's Chicken$12.69
Kung Pao Chicken$12.69
Mongolian Steak$13.69
Teriyaki Chicken$12.69

Rice & Noodle Entrees

Menu ItemSize/QuantityPrice
NEW! Spicy Drunken Noodles$12.99
Chicken Fried Rice$12.69
Chicken Lo Mein$12.99
Dan Dan Noodles$12.99

Salad Bowls

Menu ItemSize/QuantityPrice
Asian Chopped Chicken Salad$11.59


Menu ItemSize/QuantityPrice
Mongolian Green Beans$7.10
Signature Chicken Lettuce Wraps$9.99
Yum Yum Shrimp$5.89
Chicken Dumplings$7.09
Chicken Egg Roll$6.39
Pork Egg Roll$6.39
Vegetable Spring Roll$9.79
Crab Wontons$8.59
Thai Wonton Soup$5.79
Thai Donuts$4.69
Fudge Brownies$3.59

Gluten Free

Menu ItemSize/QuantityPrice
GF Edamame$5.69
GF Asian Chopped Chicken Salad$11.59
GF Beef & Broccoli$13.69
GF Chicken & Broccoli$12.69
GF Chicken Fried Rice$12.69
GF Kung Pao Shrimp$13.69
GF Kung Pao Chicken$12.69
GF Mongolian Steak$13.69
GF Mongolian Chicken$12.69
GF Pei Wei Original Shrimp$13.69
GF Mongolian Chicken$12.69
GF Pei Wei Original Shrimp$13.69

Kid’s Wei

Menu ItemSize/QuantityPrice
NEW! Kid's House Special Chicken$6.99
Kid's Orange Chicken$6.99
Kid's Honey-Seared Chicken$6.99
Kid's Chicken Lo Mein$6.99
Kid's Teriyaki Chicken$6.99

Small Sides

Menu ItemSize/QuantityPrice
Side of White Rice$1.19
Side of Brown Rice$1.19
Side of Fried Rice$3.49
Side of Noodles$1.89
Side of Steamed Vegetables$3.69
Side of Sauce$1.09

Desserts & Beverages

Menu ItemSize/QuantityPrice
Thai Donuts$4.69
Fudge Brownie$4.69
Dasani Bottled Water$3.09
Fountain Drink$2.79
Honest Kid's Apple Juice$2.29
Mandarin Orange Tea$2.79

FAQ’s about the Pei Wei Menu

What menu items have been discontinued at Pei Wei?

Pei Wei has discontinued a number of menu items since the first location opened in Scottsdale, Arizona, more than 20 years ago. One of the items that has been removed is the Hot and Sour soup. This was a Chinese soup known for its spicy and sour flavors.

Pei Wei has not given a specific reason for discontinuing these menu items, but it is likely due to a number of factors including declining sales and changes in consumer taste. The company has also went through an ownership change in 2019 when the private equity firm PWD Acquisition acquired the restaurant chain.

Are there any military or other discounts you can claim at Pei Wei?

If you are an active member of the military or a first responder you can take advantage of a 15% discount at participating Pei Wei restaurants. Hands down this is one of the most generous discounts available for members of the military that I’ve come across.

There are a few consideration you need to be aware of before redeeming this discount, however. Only the military ID cardholder can claim this discount. You aren’t able to get this discount for the full ticket price if you’re paying for a group of people. Additionally, this offer is not valid at airports, college campuses, and can’t be redeemed through third-party ordering apps.

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Looking for a discount anyone can use? Joining the My Wei Rewards program giving you 10 reward points for each dollar you spend in store or through the mobile app. Once you reach 1,000 points or $100 in total spend you can order an entree for free. Considering many of the entrees cost $12.69 or more, it means you can save more than 12% just by joining the rewards program.

Unfortunately, there are no available discounts for students or seniors.

Get a free small plate for your birthday. 

As a member of the My Wei Rewards program, you can enjoy a free small plate of your choice on your birthday. Choose from any of the following:

  • Crab Wontons (2 pieces)
  • Traditional Edamame (small)
  • Vegetable Spring Rolls (1 piece)
  • Pork Egg Roll (1 piece)

To redeem your reward, simply show My Wei Rewards card when you visit Pei Wei. Your reward will be automatically loaded to your account seven days before your day of birth. Birthday Rewards are valid 14 days from the date you receive the reward.

Pei Wei discounts

Pei Wei occasionally offers discounts on social media.

Finally, pay attention to the social media platforms of Pei Wei to find other unexpected deals. One example of a discount shared on social media was for Admin Professional’s Day. On this date you could get 20% off a $200 minimum catering order. It pays to check the restaurants social media accounts before purchasing.

What are the most popular menu items at Pei Wei?

Not sure what to order? Here are some popular menu items at Pei Wei.

  • Signature Chicken Lettuce Wraps – Chicken, vegetables, and your choice of sauce wrapped in lettuce leaves. This is available on the sharable menu.
  • Beef & Broccoli – A classic Chinese dish of tender beef and broccoli stir-fried in a savory sauce. You’ll appreciate the taste of garlic, ginger, scallions, broccoli and soy sauce in this entree.
  • Kung Pao Shrimp  – Shrimp tossed in a spicy, savory sauce with peanuts and vegetables. The Kung Pao Chicken is another popular menu item.
  • Mongolian Chicken – Pei Wei’s Mongolian Chicken is a savory dish of steamed white meat chicken tossed in a rich and sweet soy sauce, garlic, scallions, and mushrooms.
New Menu Annoucement

New Menu Announcement from 2023.

Is there a secret menu at Pei Wei?

Although Pei Wei does not have an official secret menu, you can often order off-menu items when you place an in-store order.

  • Wok-Seared Edamame – Edamame tossed with garlic, ginger, and chili paste.
  • Honey Sriracha Chicken – Chicken tossed in a honey-Sriracha sauce.
  • Lemon Pepper Chicken – Chicken tossed in a lemon-black pepper sauce.
  • Blazing Noodles – Noodles tossed in a tomato-black pepper sauce with carrots, snap peas, scallions, cilantro, garlic, Thai basil, and chili paste.

You may need to note the ingredients use to make the dish that are listed above when placing an order for one of these dishes.

Does Pei Wei use MSG in their meals?

No, Pei Wei does not add MSG to their food. They have a “No MSG” policy, and they are transparent about their ingredients. You can find the nutritional information about all of their menu items located here.

Grand Opening for Pei Wei

Grand Opening announcement for a Pei Wei in Texas.

What kind of oil does Pei Wei use?

Pei Wei uses a blend of vegetable oils, including soybean oil, canola oil, and corn oil. These oils are non-GMO, trans fat free, and contain no artificial ingredients or preservatives. They are a certified sustainable and responsible oil that is harvested from plants grown in soil amended with compost.

Is P.F. Changs and Pei Wei the same company? 

P.F. Chang’s founded Pei Wei in 2000. The vision was for Pei Wei to cater to the quick-serve or more casual restaurant diner. P.F. Chang’s, on the other hand, would remain a more high-end, sit-down concept serving Chinese-inspired cuisine. Due to this connection, some people are understandably confused that these two concepts are the same restaurant.

Fast forward to 2019, PWD Acquisition LLC bought Pei Wei and the two restaurants ended up with different ownership. PWD Acquisition LLC owns other restaurants including Pick Up Stix, Leeann Chin, and Mandarin Express.

Do Customers Feel like Pei Wei is bad now?

Pei Wei is a national chain. Overall sentiment for the restaurant remains strong and the restaurant chain has been going strong for well over two decades at this point. With that being said, there’s significant online chatter about this chain going downhill.

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One example is from their Better Business Bureau or BBB page. The page is filled with complaints about everything from the mobile app not working correctly to rewards points expiring. Some people have complained that the food at Pei Wei is not as fresh or flavorful as it used to be. They say that the ingredients are often bland or overcooked, and that the dishes are not as well-prepared as they used to be.

Others have complained that the service at Pei Wei is slow or inattentive. They say that they have to wait a long time for their food and that the staff are not very friendly or helpful. While all restaurant chains face customer service issues like this, Pei Wei should take note of the online feedback and make adjustments to reinvigorate the brand.

Online sentiment like the examples described on social media and the BBB are one thing, but the Pei Wei has also seen store closures in places like San Diego that was previously a core region of growth for the brand. I hope the management teams efforts to update the menu an reinvigorate the brand work out.