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TSAI SHEN GARDEN

15200 E. Sixth Ave., Unit 2E • 303.366.8818 chinesemenu.com Lunch, dinner Mon.-Sat., dinner only Sun. Beer, wine • $$ Tsai Shen Garden is exactly the kind of neighborhood eatery that families love. A complimentary pot of tea comes with every meal. For large groups, complete dinners kick off with a pupu platter of appetizers and entrée choices range from orange beef to pork chow fun noodles. Tsai Shen Garden is so affordable that one can “splurge” on dessert: fried sesame-coated orbs middled with sugar-fortified red bean puree.

WAN’S MANDARIN HOUSE

13710 E. Quincy Ave. • 303.693.0825 wansmandarinhouse.com Lunch, dinner daily • Full bar • $$ Several generations of families have flocked to Wan’s since 1982 for its menu of Chinese-American musthaves such as moo goo gai pan. Change of pace dishes include Wan’s Special Sizzling Rice–that‘s wok-fried chicken, shrimp, pork, scallops and veggies dished over hot “crackling” rice. Vegetarian choices include sesame tofu and eggplant in garlic sauce. Can’t decide soup-wise? Try the “mixed” hot and sour soup with wontons.

YONG GUNG DRAGON PALACE

2040 S. Havana St. • 303.751.0014 Lunch, dinner daily • $$

A fusion of Korean and Chinese cuisines, Yong Gung Dragon Palace is all about noodles, including cold noodles–typical in Korea during the summer. It is wellknown for its Jajangmyeon, black bean sauce noodles, and Jjamppong, a hot and spicy seafood noodle soup. Because of the many nuances in each dish on the menu it is worth it to spend some time with the menu. But if you like Chinese and Korean, you probably can’t go wrong with your selection. It offers summer and lunch specials.

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