Papier-mâché lions greet you at the entrance of this sleek Szechuan stunner, which is probably the best Chinese restaurant within a 500-mile radius. Seafood is the specialty. Try the steamed sea bass in ginger or the spicy, fried Dungeness crab, or spring for the Peking duck. The elegantly appointed dining room, filled with gleaming, lacquered furniture, is spacious and usually filled with families and large groups.
Apr 8, 2003
This place used to be OK, but now the food's awful and DO NOT have the sesame chicken, which they are somewhat famous for. There are numerous places in denver with MUCH better chinese food (i.e. Thai Basil).
Jan 12, 2001
Don't miss the lemon chicken. This is a very good restaurant (if you like Chinese food). Nothing I've gotten is too starchy or sweet. It's also very classy inside. Highly recommended.