Chinese Restaurants in Canon City

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Executive chef Waiming Tung brings 20 years of cooking experience to Fusion World Cuisine and its menu of fare influenced by the flavors of Asia and Europe and tuned to the key of "fuse." Use your lunch break to experiment with the chicken vegetable stir-fry ($5.95) or bring an order of pepper shrimp ($8.95) home to your taste laboratory. All lunch specials come with rice and a choice of egg drop, hot and sour, or miso soup. Nocturnal eaters can nosh on traditional Chinese staples such as orange beef ($12.25) and General Tsao chicken ($9.25). Dinnermates sporting two sets of taste buds can find common ground through fusion specialties such as the lobster and scallop pasta ($18.25) tossed with a light herb-pesto sauce and garnished with fish roe. Fusion World Cuisine also offers two three-course meal deals: the Asian meal ($15.95) lets diners choose from a list of traditional Chinese dishes, and the fusion dinner ($25.95) gives diners free reign over the menu, offering the sort of satisfying freedom known only to math tutors locked in rooms packed with calculators and truth tables.

15910 Jackson Creek Pkwy
Monument,
CO
US

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.

1412 S Parker Rd
Denver,
CO
US

China Star maintains a speedy team of delivery drivers to fill homes with the warm aromas and comforting flavors of classic Chinese cuisine, whether it's tangles of egg noodles wound around juicy shrimp or seared pieces of pork buried in grains of fried rice. Chunks of chicken, beef, or tofu acquire stylish glazes of General Tso’s sauce, sesame sauce, or curried lime sauce, and Thai influences shine through in plates of pad thai, bowls of green and pineapple red curry, and the chefs' secret love of kickboxing.

2831 E Colfax Ave
Denver,
CO
US

Amid rough-hewn stone walls and exposed wooden rafters, Belvedere fills plates with traditional Polish entrees. Each pierogi’s pillowy pocket hides meat or cheese, and gouda stuffs a homemade polish sausage. Roasted duck is served on a mound of sweet red cabbage, and veal schnitzel arrives slathered in hunter’s sauce, which actual hunters cover themselves in to hide from their prey. Lunchtime covers tables with sandwiches that include bacon-wrapped chicken, sliced meatballs, and kielbasa with sauerkraut.

303 16th St
Denver,
CO
US

Easily identifiable by its stone façade and neon red sign, P.F. Chang’s China bistro is a thriving oasis of Americanized Chinese food that’s geared toward those who appreciate familiarity. This Lower Downtown spot is the ideal spot for those with tastes that lean toward crab wontons, egg rolls and huge plates of fried rice, lo mein and beef with broccoli. The signature lettuce wraps, tucked with wok-seared chicken and vegetables, live up to the hype, and the trio of dipping sauces – hot mustard, chile paste and a concoction of chile oil, white vinegar and soy sauce – up the flavor quotient. A large cocktail syllabus, along with housemade, non-alcoholic sodas, beer, wine and a selection of hot teas, round out the experience.

1415 15th St
Denver,
CO
US

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.

28080 Douglas Park Rd
Evergreen,
CO
US