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Named after the large Chinese market in Saigon (ChoLon is "Big Market" in Vietnamese), ChoLon is a hip, cutting-edge restaurant serving up artful variations on Southeast Asian classics. One of Denver's dynamic culinary scene's darlings, the restaurant, manned by star chef Lon Symensma, is committed to using local ingredients in daring ways. Its menu offers flavors in many portions, from delicate tastes on its small bites menu (perfect for business meetings and alongside the in-house specialty cocktails) to more substantial servings from its woks or large bites menus. Come see what everyone is talking about; your palette will forever praise you!
The LoDo-based P.F. Chang's provides an elegant taste of China with surprisingly stylish flair. Chang's dishes span the culinary offerings of China's major regions including Hunan, Shanghai, Szechuan, Canton, with a few side trips to Mongolia. The menu is rich and both the food and service are excellent. The dumplings here are recommended by all. The Moo Goo Gai Pan and Crab Wontons are also great choices.
If you enjoy authentic Chinese cuisine, especially dim sum, then Super Star is a must-try! Located in Denver's unofficial Chinese district, near the city's largest Asian supermarket, Super Star is unassuming at first glance. The decor is decidedly modern and plain, with only a few lanterns and paper decorations on the walls. However, the tiny restaurant is always packed, and almost exclusively with local Asian families. The lunchtime rush for dim sum is particularly crazy, but no reservation is needed; the staff is efficient and the wait is rarely more than ten minutes for a table. The food is completely authentic, with no Americanized alternatives available. The dim sum menu changes subtly on a daily basis, and the prices are affordable. Super Star really is, by far the best dim sum restaurant in Denver.
Jing means essence in Chinese, and that is what restauranteur Charlie Huang brings to this upscale Chinese eatery, the essence of Asian cuisine with the best of modern Chinese food. Situated in the heart of Greenwood village in the Landmark Shopping Center, the ambiance is warm and inviting. The menu ranges from stir fry's, fresh seafood and a wide array of small plate appetizers. Must try's are the Buddha's veggie delight, Jing Kobe burgers, shrimp toast and sesame shrimps. Their sleek lounge has an excellent selection of wines and premium cocktails. Enjoy.