Settle down with delicious dumplings and other Chinese favorites at Spice China in Louisville. Healthy eaters will love Spice China's fresh selections, including a number of gluten-free options. Be sure to complete your meal at Spice China with a drink from the restaurant's full bar. The whole family can enjoy a meal at Spice China with its kid-friendly fare. For those big group gatherings, Spice China provides plenty of space to have a good time.
Wear what you like when you dine at Spice China — the restaurant has a chill vibe just right for casual dining. Always five minutes behind schedule? Pick up your food to go instead. Can't get enough of Spice China's tasty dishes? They also offer a catering service for parties and events.
Free parking is available right next door.
It will typically cost you about $30 to enjoy a meal at Spice China.
The trainers at Streets Fitness believe that to progress physically, fitness relies on variation. To that end, they encourage clients to explore the gym’s full stock of weight-training and cardio equipment, as well as its 40 weekly classes. The class selection includes self-defense training such as boxing and kickboxing, in which guests burn calories as they perfect their martial techniques and figure out their entrance theme songs. And circuit training and core-conditioning sessions are also available, including The Grid, a full-body cross-training workout that was voted one of the area's best workouts by the Daily Camera. Streets also offers one-on-one personal-training sessions, in which coaches fine-tune workouts depending on patrons' goals and the severity of their heavy-bag phobias.
Though Pearl Wok's chefs specialize in the cuisine of China's Hunan region, they're savvy enough put their spin on other Chinese-American classics. Patrons eagerly share platters of glistening general tso's chicken, wrap mu-shu pork in savory pancakes, and inhale the fragrance of coffee-smoked duck before deliberating over which type of donut would best sop up its juices. Chefs also sear scallops and shrimp on sizzling hot plates and ladle vegetables over crispy, pan-fried, and boiled noodles. Drinks that range from creamy thai iced tea to the sweet Singapore Sling cocktail punctuate meals with flavor, and then desserts such as strawberry fried cheesecake or red bean ice cream neutralize palates with sweetness.
Celebrating seven years of service and flaunting freshly painted walls, Saigon Landing Restaurant reopened last year in Greenwood Village with its menu of fresh, heart-healthy Vietnamese cuisine intact. At the Greenwood Village location, an eclectic range of Eastern flavors abound, with lemongrass and curry anchoring plates piled with pork, chicken, seafood, or veggies. Outside, an American flag billows over a grassy border lined with vibrant foliage, fir trees, and a friendly giant tasked with blowing away approaching storm clouds. The Greenwood Village location is close to the United Artists/Regal movie theater off of East Arapahoe Road and I-25.
Known for its noodle and rice dishes, Szechuan Chinese Restaurant serves excellent Chinese cuisine to Denver locals. If you're avoiding fat or gluten, you can still eat well at Szechuan Chinese Restaurant, which offers a number of low-fat and gluten-free choices. Ready for a drink to unwind? At Szechuan Chinese Restaurant, you can pair your meal with something from their full bar. Tots and tykes will be right at home at Szechuan Chinese Restaurant with its kid-approved food and ambience.
Throwing a big party? Count on Szechuan Chinese Restaurant to provide top-notch catering with the same great dishes you love. For those in a rush, the restaurant lets you take your food to go.
The average check at Szechuan Chinese Restaurant will stay below $30 per person, so it's a relatively affordable option. Szechuan Chinese Restaurant has menus for breakfast, lunch, and dinner — just pick your favorite meal and head over.
Carved straight-backed chairs and hanging crimson lanterns cultivate a traditional Chinese vibe inside Golden Shanghai's spacious dining room. Nearby, a wall with strings of firecrackers and golden Buddha statues creates an exotic backdrop for family dinners or faked vacation photos. In keeping with the traditional décor theme, chefs plate MSG-free Chinese classics such as crispy duck and spicy Hunan beef as well as more adventurous specialties from a separate authentic-Chinese menu.
Elsewhere, however, the kitchen defies standard categories, bringing together the disparate cuisines of Japan, Thailand, and Vietnam for eclectic feasts. Tender morsels of Thai satay chicken share table space with Japanese sushi and udon, and chefs also stir up bowls of Vietnamese noodle soup. As they chomp their way through the tastes of the East, visitors can toast another year of not renewing their passport with glasses of tropical cocktails or frosty, thirst-quenching beers.