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8/12/2009
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Imperial Chinese Restaurant303-698-2800
Address 431 S. Broadway
City Denver
State/Region Colorado
Country United States
Postal Code 80209
Phone 303-698-2800
Fax
Website http://www.imperialchinese.com/index.htm
Hours of Operation Mon-Fri, Call for hours.
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Description:

Welcome to the Imperial Chinese Restaurant

Since the Imperial Chinese Restaurant made its debut in 1985, it has become, quite simply, the standard by which all other Denver Chinese cuisine is judged. Owner Johnny Hsu, who has created a tradition of large scale, fine Asian establishments and owns the exquiste Palace Chinese Restaurant in south Denver. And while diners have remained loyal over the past two decades, so have the restaurant critics.

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Signature Dishes

The Imperial Chinese Restaurant is famous for it's spicy Szechwan dishes. It was first to introduce the sesame chicken to Denver and it's flavorful version is still the best. The melt in your mouth Chilean sea bass in black bean sauce, stir fired Dungeness crab, steamed whole striped bass and continous addition of new Chinese dishes keep loyal diners coming back.
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User Reviews:
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful:
Reviewed by: Ephraim Mallery On 8/12/2009
   One of Denver's Best "Elegant and unpretentious, this Chinese restaurant holds claim as one of Denver's best. Having earned a reputation as one of Denver's top Chinese restaurants, Imperial offers an impressive menu. All the favorites are included, with sweet and spicy sesame chicken topping the list of must-haves. Every dish is satisfying, particularly the more exotic items like scallion pancakes--crispy fried bread spicy with onions; Shanghai duck with black mushrooms and bok choy; and sea bass with pine nuts, jicama and sweet and sour sauce. For dessert, ginger ice cream or a spot of jasmine tea make the perfect palate cleanser."
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  Date Created:   8/12/2009
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