Denver >Jason Thai Restaurant
2022 S University Blvd, Denver, CO | Directions 8021039.679854 -104.959156
Food is not from Singapore or Malaysia eventhough it has Singaporean/Malaysian dishes in the Menu. This is just another Chinese/Western fusion restuarant. The dishes on the menu with Malaysian/Singaporean name are of their own creation, nothing resemble the original dish. If you truly craved for authenic Malaysian/Singaporean food you will be very disappointed.
Isle of Singapore: Great Spicy Malaysian-Chinese Dishes.
I have been to The Isle of Singapore probably a hundred times. Guess why? It has wonderful spicy food, which I absolutely love. I lived in Paris and Tokyo for many years (total of twelve years). I also have visited Hong Kong 8 times. The Isle of Singapore's food compares very well with the same foreign cuisine I ate in those two cities.
I always order one of the following: 1) chili chicken, ($9) 2) curry lamb ($11.95); 3) braised beef (about $9 or $10); 4) curry beef ($12). 5) The one not-spicy dish I regularly eat is $7.95: beef with fat noodles; delicious! I don't much know about the other dishes because I love these and eat them every chance I get--about twice a month on the average. The owner is "Jack." He is friendly, kind, extremely hard-working, and used to own a Malaysian-Chinese restaurant in Hong Kong, which, if you've ever been to Hong Kong, you know is extremely expensive and competitive. The waitresses are friendly, too. If you eat here and don't like something the first time, try again; if you think curry and spices are "weird," stick to Wendy's and Mickey D's. There is a parking lot, and you can bring your children, of course. The Isle of Singapore is the only Malaysian-Chinese restaurant (the only Indonesian restaurant) in the Metro Denver area.
Save the price of the plane ticket and spend it eating the real deal right at home..
This little eatery is located in a crowded strip mall northeast of the University of Denver. Visitors find the usual tasty selection of kung pao dishes and Buddha's Delight on the menu. There's also the Sapi Saos Merica Hitam (sizzling beef with black pepper sauce) and Tahu Saos Istimewa (fried tofu with the chef's special sauce). The noodle salad with peanut sauce fried rice with fish are also good.
I wouldn't eat here again.
Based on the previous review, I decided to try this restaurant just to discover that it was way overly rated. The food was not appealing at all (greasy esp. avoid the Roti Canai). The service did not make up for the lack of quality in food either.
Personally, I was disappointed with the previous review as well as the food there. I wouldn't eat here again.
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