Pei Wei offers new flavors and entree sizes

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This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Pei Wei Asian Diner for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

Pei Wei Asian Diner has resolved to reFRESH nationwide with a new year full of new options! Pei Wei offers a selection menu of fresh, high-quality Asian cuisine featuring 35 fresh, hand-cut ingredients. Who doesn’t love fresh ingredients?  So much better for your body and tastier too!  All menu items are made fresh to order.  Pei Wei has a variety of Gluten Free and Vegetarian dishes on the menu so that anyone can enjoy a meal at their restaurant.

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Pei Wei has added a small size entree option- so now there are original and small sized wok’d entrees to choose from starting at just $6.39.  You can choose your protein for your meals- chicken, steak, shrimp or tofu. I am assuming you know this already but most portions in restaurants are way too much for one meal.  I love that Pei Wei is offering a smaller size- at a smaller price!

Pei Wei has added a new salad and two Perfect Additions to the menu:

Wok Roasted Vegetable Salad: A flavorful combination of wok-roasted cauliflower, zucchini, carrots, green beans, scallions, assorted lettuce, Napa cabbage, cucumbers and tomatoes topped with toasted sesame seeds, curry salt and tossed in a miso vinaigrette.

Ginger Orange Edamame (steamed soybeans, orange peel, ginger, garlic and sea salt) and Szechuan Green Beans (wok seared green beans with Hunan sauce, chile paste and garlic)

Thai Lime & Chile. This new dish features refreshing citrus flavors combined with spicy Fresno chilies for unique flavor adventure. Guest’s choice of protein is wok-tossed in a Thai lime pineapple chile sauce, along with garlic, red onion, snap peas, Fresno chile peppers, topped with cashews, bean sprouts, carrots, cucumbers and cilantro. (Available as a regular or small wok’d entrée served with white or brown rice, or as an entrée salad, incorporating the guest’s choice of protein –chicken, steak, shrimp or tofu.)

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  • I have never tried this brand before but it sure looks tasty!

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  • I haven’t heard of Pei Wei before but this all looks so good! The Szechuan Green Beans I could go for right now!

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  • I’ve never heard of them before. Not sure if they are even in my area. I would love to try their food though if they ever come my way.

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  • I haven’t tried Ginger Orange Edamame and it look yummy. It’ll have to look for Pei Wei in my local supermarket

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  • These dishes look tasty.

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  • The new additions all look absolutely delicious, thank you for posting this review.

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  • The Ginger Orange Edamame looks super yummy! So glad my boys will try new dishes and love a lot of different Asian foods.

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    • Agreed! It just made me realize that it’s been years since I’ve eaten Edammame! I guess it’s time to pay Pei Wei a visit :)

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      • I’ve actually never tried Edamame! Looks great, though! It’s about time to try it!

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  • This sounds great, but I don’t thin we have one near us. It’s a shame too; I bet my husband would love it.

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  • They’re always adding awesome looking new dishes! I can’t wait to head in and try these latest additions!!

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  • I would love to try Pei Wei . I don’t think we have one in our area–maybe in Atlanta.

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  • This is the first I have seen this but it sure sounds yummy!

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  • I wonder if this is something regional because I have never seen it in any of our grocery stores.

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  • Oh my ! I wish we had a Pei Wei near by! I adore Chinese food and all that looks absolutely amazing! Yum!

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  • That looks soooooo good!

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  • When we lived in LA, there was a Pei Wei near us but I don’t think we ever ate there. With two small children, venturing to anything fancier than a McDonald’s was scary! We don’t have one here but the food looks delicious.

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