I dined in at Imperial Palace a couple weeks ago and not only was the food delicious, but the service was stellar. Granted we arrived around 5 p.m. and missed the dinner rush at 7, but our server was attentive and helpful. I forgot to get a photo of my entree, but did capture the egg drop soup and mango sorbet. I'd recommend!
We had a party here last night of 7 and it was so good! Service was excellent & our server never had us wait on anything he was so attentive. I recommend eating family style on the Lazy Susan spinning table. This is a great experience and good way to try lots of food when you can't pick only one dish. There are plenty of options for a vegetarian or plant based eaters. The sesame tofu was delicious and you CANNOT pass up the lychee Ice cream dessert!
I would have given a 1 star review if the food here wasn’t genuinely so good, but the dining experience is infuriating. Expect to wait a VERY long time for everything. Every time I have gone (does not matter the day or the time) they are always under staffed and always seat a higher capacity than they can manage and because service is spread thin and the kitchens can only work so fast orders pile up. I went there recently and after being seated had to wait 40 minutes before anyone would even take our food order. I will probably not be going here anymore because it takes 3 hours every time just to eat one entree.
Great place to eat, wide variety of foods (including vegan options), high quality cooking and skilled chefs, great attentive staff, clean and always a treat to go back. Personal favorites: Chicken pot stickers & Crab wontons 👌🥰🔥
$21 sesame chicken. In my opinion, it is slightly overpriced for what you get. There wasn't much chicken for a dinner plate and a miniature bowl(more like a cup) of plain brown rice. The portion wouldn't fill your typical 16oz pagoda take-out box. So just a smaller amount than I'm used to for that price: chicken on iceberg lettuce and a cup of rice, $21 bucks. I asked for fried rice, but the waitress counter-offered white or brown rice. So, I'm assuming they don't sell fried rice. The sesame sauce was decent but nothing special to justify the price. I have had better in Denver and grew up in Colorado. For almost 40 years, I have been in the Denver area and tried many Sesame dishes. After the tip, this dinner plate, in my opinion, is not worth $26. I felt ripped off walking out of there, enough to write a review. That will be my last visit, with too many more reasonable options. I gave it three stars because the dish, taste-wise, was ok or a little above the average of others in the Denver, Greater Denver area; it's still probably a good spot for the residents in the close vicinity.
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