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Battle of the Brands (Current battle: pg. 179)

Posted Jun 26, '14 at 4:10am

Ernie15

Ernie15

13,302 posts

Knight

Local Chinese restaurants have provided me with better Chinese food than either of these places ever will, but if I have to choose one of these two disappointing places, I would go with Panda Express. It doesn't taste too different from that of P.F. Chang's, but it's half the price, it takes half the time cook somehow, yet the quality isn't significantly worse. "Gourmet Chinese Food" is still a stretch, though.

 

Posted Jun 26, '14 at 11:45am

nivlac724

nivlac724

1,869 posts

panda express

 

Posted Jun 26, '14 at 8:03pm

Penguin022

Penguin022

35 posts

I'll go for Panda Express, as I haven't heard of PF Chang's.

 

Posted Jun 27, '14 at 6:35pm

09philj

09philj

1,769 posts

Never seen either. However, I must share the joy that is Mr. Lau's Buffet King. All you can eat chinese food is good, but you don't go for that. You go for the sticky red ribs.

 

Posted Jun 28, '14 at 10:16am

lego12344

lego12344

100 posts

P.F. Chang's Who doesn't love it there!

 

Posted Jun 28, '14 at 4:21pm

TheMostManlyMan

TheMostManlyMan

4,619 posts

I don't think I've ever had P.F. Chang's so I have to go with Panda Express.

 

Posted Jul 2, '14 at 5:03am

Skeleton_Pilot

Skeleton_Pilot

1,304 posts

I have heard of and been to both of these venues, and because I can tell they try harder and usually succeed in creating gourmet food and what many Americans believe is an traditional Asian atmosphere, my vote goes to P.F. Chang's!

 

Posted Jul 2, '14 at 5:14pm

gh0sts

gh0sts

888 posts

P.F. Chang's ~ 6
Panda Express ~ 6

The two must be equally good. Next battle:

http://www.abercrombie.com/anf/img/global/logo-print.png

vs.

http://eu-static.unionsquareaberdeen.com.s3.amazonaws.com/Live/ResizedImages/2012/Project%20Spider%20/vf0hfpk4zfn/Store_Detail/Hollister%20logo%20239x160.JPG

 

Posted Jul 2, '14 at 5:48pm

Jacen96

Jacen96

3,090 posts

Umm . . . What are these companies?

~~~Darth Caedus

 

Posted Jul 2, '14 at 5:53pm

gh0sts

gh0sts

888 posts

Clothing manufacturers.

Abercrombie & Fitch
Hollister Co.

Hollister is actually owned by A&C, but there are differences between the clothes that are sold under each name.

 
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