While Denver is packed full of restaurants ranging from dives to pure elegance and covering every food category known to man, a hungry customer doesn’t always feel like taking part in the dining-out experience. Sometimes, potential customers would rather relax at home with good family and friends over a well-prepared meal. Knowing the importance of dining at home, Denver-area Chinese restaurants take great pride in providing convenient takeout options. So when the mood hits for a perfectly cooked meal in the comfort of your own home, check out the following lineup of Denver’s top takeout Chinese restaurants.
3021 S Broadway
Englewood, CO 80110
“You are what you eat” is a saying practiced at the highest level at Twin Dragon. Cooking all dishes in a wok, Twin Dragon’s menu includes favorites like the Happy Family, a meaty specialty made with beef, chicken, BBQ pork and seafood smothered the chef’s savory sauce, or the Spicy Yushang Triple Delight made with beef, chicken and shrimp in a spicy garlic sauce. Cool things down with a unique salad made from rice noodles and topped with chili lime dressing. Add a meat option for a perfect pairing of temperatures. All options are presented with the highest quality and most delicious flavors. When looking for dine in or takeout, Twin Dragon is always one of the best because of its unbeatable quality, extensive selection and top-notch service.
4251 E Mississippi Ave
Denver, CO 80246
Ming’s Dynasty takeout is always authentic and affordable. Offering customers menus for takeout, dine in and delivery for both lunch and dinner, the hearty portions at Ming’s are also perfectly cooked. Standouts include the fresh Pineapple Duck, with a pineapple carved to fit a hardy portion of sliced roasted duck, and Buddha’s Delight, a large helping of mixed vegetables sure to fill any customer up with only enough room for a fortune cookie remaining. Aside from great food, the always quick and accurate service on every visit is pleasant, with no unwanted surprises to ensure your arrival home is greeted with a satisfying plate of kung pow or sweet and sour.
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1789 Ogden St
Denver, CO 80218
Freshly cooked Asian cuisine is the main focus at Wok Uptown, which specializes in wok-cooked dishes. Serving some of the Uptown neighborhood’s best Asian dishes, customers can expect a wide variety of menu options like chicken lettuce wraps, which provide a light and refreshing crispness of lettuce accompanied by a full-flavored zing of chicken and spices. When looking for a more filling dinner, guests can turn to the tried-and-true favorite Orange Chicken to enjoy citrus sweetness along with just a hint of spice on the palate. For those that would like something without the meat, Wok’s Drunken Noodles dish is filled with green peppers and bean sprouts. Wok Uptown also offers gluten-free items, proving that if looking to order lunch for a meeting or maybe just a nice evening at home, this spot will always exceed expectations.
2364 E 3rd Ave
Denver, CO 80206
Little Ollies is a long-standing favorite Denver Chinese restaurant, always providing its customers with top-notch Asian cuisine. With a menu packed full of high-quality and gourmet-flavored dishes, guests should try any one of the nine options for soups and salads like Wonton Soup and Mango Ahi Salad or the house specialty Thai Basil Chicken served with jalapeño in a delightful black bean sauce. No matter what the customer orders, each dish has one key aspect in common and that is the incredible delight that this fresh-cooked food will bring to each hungry palate. Anytime you might be passing through the Cherry Creek area thinking about what sounds good for dinner, Little Ollies should be your stop to grab a few dishes for sharing with the family.
1412 S Parker Road
Denver, CO 80231
Golden Shanghai offers a full menu of authentic Asian dishes, including a must-try list of sushi, all of which is readily offered for takeout. Chef’s Specials like the palate-tickling Crispy Duck, which is served moist and perfectly sliced, are popular takeout choices – each Chef’s Special comes with soup and steamed rice. Also try the Kung Pao Triple Delight, which is shrimp, scallops and beef sauteed with vegetables.
Zack Christofferson is a freelance writer living in Denver. Deeply devoted to all things food and drink, Zack can be found tasting the best liquid and solid indulgences that Denver has to offer morning, noon and night. His work can be found at Examiner.com.