Money better spent elsewhere.
This is a cute restaurant, but that is where my positive comments end. The service was TERRIBLE, the sushi was OK at best and, to top off our great evening, the waiter went ahead and added an 18% gratutity to the bill for himself. Now, if we were there with 6 or more people, I would understand that. But it was me and my husband. That's right, two people. I guess there's no incentive to check on your tables when you know you're getting 18% no matter what. Won't be back...
Beef skewers that are like chewing gum.
I mentioned it twice to two different waitresses and they could care less. After chewing this questionable meat, our apetite was ruined. A waste of 29.00. They did have large portions of bad food. Very Annoyed!
I haven't seen this kind of customer service in such a long time, I've forgotten what it was like. My water glass was never empty, tables were never left dirty, the food was hot and fresh, and the staff friendly. A family owned restaurant, it was the best Chinese food I've had. I couldn't stop eating. Definately worth the trek.
Typo - should be 3.9.
At the time we tried this restaurant, it was rated 9.3 - among the highest rated Chinese restaurants in Denver. With the exception of a pretty cool fish tank, the atmosphere is drab and on the shabby side. The service was OK but the food had much to be desired. The broccoli was bitter and overcooked with sauces which despite their rich colors had no flavor. A sesame chicken we ordered was overbattered and undercooked inside. The soups were likewise extemely average. Not a 9.3 by a longshot.
Drum rolls and Egg Rolls.
This restaurant has been serving consistently superior Chinese food for many years. Under the same ownership, they maintain great personal service with an outstanding menu of authentic Chinese dishes, and even Egg Foo Young for the likes of me...
There's tons of Chinese restaurants in Denver, but I'll guarantee you'll be satisfied with the quality, price, portions and service at this oustanding restaurant.