Denver >Big Bowl Asian Kitchen
GREAT. We had a great time in this restaurant and the food was awesome. I would definitely eat there again if I go back to Denver.
Good food, but pricey.
They do not have a good attitude toward a single dinner. I was walked past several empty booths set up for two to get to an even smaller booth next to the kitchen door and beverage area. They were not that busy that I had to be put into that specific booth.
The food was good. I had Orange Crispy Chicken and Shrimp. The meat was in a nice crisp covering. The vegtables were fresh, and colorful. The orange sauce add a nice tang to the dish. The only thing I would have wished for would have been that the sauce had a little spice to it. (I guess I could have gotten some of that by adding the chili oil that was on my table, but I wanted spice and not oil.) My one dish and pot of hot tea was $14. Slightly pricey.
Hey wow-- Kung Pao!!!. First time here, and I loved it. Went with my server's pick-- Kung Pao Chicken, and it was fan-tas-tic. I also tried the Hibiscus tea, which has become my new favorite tea on the planet. The ambience is great. cool decor, warm colors. It's casual, inexpensive, and a great place to hang out. I am excited that they have carry-out, too.
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