Delicious. One of the best restaurants I've been to in Denver.
Gregory B was professional and extremely helpful. We enjoyed many different dishes.
Great place. Their food is excellent and they have some very interesting spin on their dishes. The staff is always very nice. Try the French onion soup dumplings. The portions are smaller so you might need more than main plate if you eat alot.
Two stars for the food plus one for the service. My partner and I shared quite a bit of food. We had the pork dumplings, the wagyu skewers, the green papaya salad, the shrimp crepe, and the lamb entree with flatbread and sauces. But all the food was "off" just a little bit. None of the flavours sat well with our palates. I think they tried so hard to do fusion that they forgot the classic tastes that all of these foods should have had. The wagyu skewers were simply a disappointment. Small, overly rare/raw, and a "asian steak sauce" that tastes strangely of A1 and hoisin. I felt like the menu descriptions left me unprepared for the food I received. The service was very good, that was the best part. The good service is why this is a three star review and not a two star review.
This is an adventure to get to but it’s worth it. Go.
They have alot of good tasting food, but some aren't worth it's price. I ate here 3 times ( dine-in/takeout) but I don't think I will again any time soon.
Absolutely amazing experience. The scallions pancakes are a must try.
I give five stars to the hostess that was so accommodating and the neat atmosphere but two for everything else. Overall this is a lackluster and very expensive restaurant. We came here for Restaurant week which was the first mistake as the menu was super unclear. The price point was really for couples only splitting everything for twice the price. Server was terrible - tried to suggest the most expensive drinks and called the saké we ordered “aggressive” which wasn’t even close to the truth. The food was meh overall (particularly the soup dumplings and the salmon crudo) with the only standout being the pork belly bao buns. Also a large party shouldn’t have to scramble to figure out a large tab with an automatic gratuity and service charge especially if the menu was laid out in such a way (bad customer service and distasteful). Restaurant week should inspire and I will never step foot into this place again.