Before opening Cholon, executive chef Lon Symensma spent more than two months in Southeast Asia scouring markets for recipes and inspiration. His culinary expertise and extensive travel bode well for this modern Asian restaurant and its authentic-with-a-contemporary-twist cuisine. Try the soup dumplings.
This Vietnamese restaurant fuses contemporary dining with traditional meals. With over seven pho options, bahn mi, and a bevy of grilled noodle bowls, there's something for every taste. Wash your meal down with a refreshing Thai iced tea.
For a bona fide Thai experience, dine at this zen locale where the decor was imported from Thailand. Grab a cushion at the traditional khontoke seating area and order the Money Bags appetizer. Later, enjoy coco salmon in a spicy red curry.
Find your way to this Japanese cuisine kingdom, and sit back at the hibachi grill or sushi bar to watch the chef do all the work. Try the Mt. Fuji box with lobster, teriyaki shrimp, vegetables, tempura, and California rolls. Multiple locations.
Enjoy sophisticated Vietnamese cuisine at this modern eatery. It boasts everything from fresh spring rolls and pho favorites to gourmet seafood plates.
Located near the University of Denver, this is a great spot to fill up before a hockey game. Sit at the sushi bar for spicy tuna rolls with ginger and a sizzling pepper steak.
The large menu features Chinese, Vietnamese, and Thai dishes. Try one of the chef's specialty dishes, such as the volcano shrimp or super nova.
Fresh, home-style Korean dishes. Dolpa (or hot pots) is the specialty, served large enough for two.
You can't go wrong ordering from the menu at this Korean eatery. Try the seafood dish, haemul pajeon.
Cook your own meat on tabletop grills at this authentic Korean restaurant. Short ribs are the house fave.