Absolutely delicious! Setting was beautiful. I had the noodles with pork and enjoyed every bite. He had the chicken fried rice and it was the best I have ever had. For the whole meal with French fries for the little and a drink for each of us we paid almost 100 dollars after tip. But we felt it was well worth it.
I love this place and will be back. ChoLon is a great place and give me great feeling when having dinner with my family. The service is great! My mom and I love the Kaya toast! What an incredible dish. Besides, dessert are really good too. Thank you
ChoLon is ran by Chef Lon who knows how to do Asian Fusion cuisine. Everyone knows ChoLon your soup dumplings but this location is now featuring sushi! ChoLon Central Park now has a limited sushi menu and it goes amazingly well with the rest of their menu of Dumplings, Bao Buns, Noodles and more! The sushi was extremely fresh and flavorful, better than most places I've had in town. The pork belly was super tender, the calamari full of flavor. I have no complaints when dining at ChoLon!
Loved the atmosphere and menu selection here. Food was beautifully prepared and very aromatic. Service was exceptional and I highly recommend reserving ahead of time! Dishes are shareable.
No depth in flavor, pricey, and tiny portion. Pretty clear that this is an Asian restaurant aimed at non-Asian people - flavor profiles were straight up one dimensional, with most of what we ordered being super salty. Before ordering, waitress Cassie claimed that each big plate dish can feed 2-3 people. Each dish’s portion was barely even enough for one person. When I asked her about this at the end of the dinner, she said it feeds 2-3 people because their dishes are “family style” and are meant to be shared. Not sure when the meaning of “family style” dishes that can feed 2-3 people changed so drastically, but when we ordered a $27 fried chicken, they put out four dry and overcooked pieces of chicken. When I offered my feedback to Cassie after finishing the dinner, which I felt entitled to since we barely got anything after spending $30+ per person, she immediately got defensive. She shifted the blame to us for not having told her about the experience mid-dinner when not even half of the dishes we ordered had come out. Not sure why she’d be so upset by the feedback when I was being polite, she wasn’t the one who cooked the dishes and we already gave her our card with the intention of paying the full price anyway? The only tiny bit of silver lining of the experience was when the manager Monica came, apologized, and took 25% off of two big plate dishes. Overall, not a pleasant experience both food and service-wise. I personally don’t think the price justifies the quality of food either since you can get a lot more authentic and higher quality Asian food for cheaper in NYC, but maybe Denver is an Asian food-desert.
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