We both got sick from eating here!.
For lunch, I ordered the Kung Pao chicken, and asked for it to be made spicy with brown rice, My partner ordered Yushan Beef with white rice. Our food arrived and was seriously lack-luster. The tea was made with a cheap tea-bag and we were not offered a refill of hot water or another drink option. The pale attempt to make my food spicy was a joke...a person with the least tolerance for spice could have eaten my food with no problem. The food was salty and the veggies were over cooked, the brown rice was dried out and crumbly, lacking any real flavor, it truly tasted as if we were served TV-dinner quality food! The real insult was that within hours we both were suffering from intense intestinal discomfort. My partner suffered painful vomiting and I had diarrhea, resulting in both of needing to take a day off of work and suffer the extended discomfort of food poisoning....aches,lack of sleep, dehydration and loss of appetite.
This restaurant will never get a second chance from us, we will tell all our friends in person and on the internet and we will file a report with the Department Of Public Health as well....for shame!
Terrible customer service.
Horrible customer service. They charged me for someone else's dinner. They took forever to reimburse me. And, they did not even offer a courtesy dinner or anything else for the trouble they caused.
Tiny portions, crappy prices, mediocre service.
I just ate at Ollie's and I cannot advise against it stringently enough. The portions were tiny; this is the first time I have ever left a chinese food restaurant hungry. The meals took almost half an hour to be served and the waitress didn't check back at all after she brought the food. The chicken was lukewarm, consistent with the fact that it probably spent twenty minutes on a countertop somewhere. The prices were about 14.00 a plate and the tea was a remarkable 2.00 each/no refills offered. If you're in Cherry Creek consider driving elsewhere for chinese food.
Little Ollie's Asian Cafe.
Have to agree Little Olli'es not the best Chinese in town. Portion is smaller than most, service is mediocre at best. I can, however, understand the slightly higher price being in Cherry Creek. All in all, for top quality service, food, wine, and location, my recommendation goes to Imperial Restaurant on Broadway. Or their sister restaurant Palace on Monaco, not as hip, but just as good.
Chinese for the everyman in the heart of Cherry Creek.. In Short This place packs a full house even on weeknights, pulling in a young, moneyed crowd dressed for success. A large sidewalk patio wraps halfway around the restaurant, open to the air on warmer days, heated and covered in the winter. The fare here is basic, accessible Chinese dishes, from lemon chicken to sesame beef. Popular bets are the barbecued spare ribs appetizer and the spicy Yushan beef.
Going downhill FAST.
I used to love little ollies. When friends from out of town came to visit recently (we were there on a Wed. night), I took them there because they wanted Asian food. I was embarrassed by the time we left. Ollies has jacked their prices AGAIN, their servings are paltry, and most of the food was lukewarm. I am so disappointed and sad that this once yummy place has gone to the dogs. If you want scene and snobbery, by all means, head to Ollies, but if you want really good food, try someplace else, like Imperial.