I went there on our last night in Colorado hoping for a memorable experience. When I saw the cheap price (around $12.00 or so) I should have known better. It was around 8:30 pm and there were few diners there. The food was not so good, perhaps it is better earlier in the evening. There were 2 kinds of sushi, both had sweet plantains where the fish should have been! It was also lukewarm instead of cold. Most of the dishes that should have been cold and most that should have been hot were almost all room temperature. I don't think this restaurant would have passed a safety inspection that night. The soups were ok. Of all the dishes there the best one was the green beans which were delicious. I tried a raw oyster and spit it out of caution. It was disgusting. The only meats that were worth eating were the ones without breading on them. The fried shrimp were breaded with tempura batter, looked great, but were doughy. The chicken wings were the smallest I have ever seen, and looked dried out. I did not try them. The Hunan beef was ok. All during the meal we were forced to listen to Christian music. On the way out you can but a variety of Buddha statues which does not make sense to me. Oriental music or any other kind would be preferable. Church music should be by choice and not forced on anyone. The staff was friendly and efficient.
This is one restaurant that should be avoided.
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