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Best place to go! I come here every time I visit Denver. 30 minutes from the airport. Great place to stop by before your flight or on your way to the ski resorts. There’s no place like it. The owner is so sweet, and he is also bilingual - Mandarin, Korean, and English which speaks a lot to the food they serve. We got the Golden Fried Pork with Sweet & Sour, Black Bean Seafood Noodle, and Jam Bong (Spicy Seafood Noodle Soup). Finished everything 👌🏽
P&Y Cafe is surely my favorite Korean Chinese restaurant in town. Their Jajangmyeon and Jjamppong are non-beatable. Simple but authentic, as the way they should be. The noodles are soft, but still firm to the bite, not as either over- or under-cooked as in most other Asian restaurants. No wonder why it is also one of the favorite dining spots for local Koreans. They recently modeled and open for dine-in. If you have not been there, certainly give it a try.
If you are craving Korean Chinese food or would like to try it for the first time, highly recommend! Very clean and modern interior with hints of traditional Korean Chinese restaurant. The sweet & sour pork and the black bean noodles were on point.
We love coming here after playing golf over at Kennedy. We have considered driving down from our home in Central City when not golfing because we get to craving this place so much. The food is made with passion. It tastes so authentic with deep layers of flavor through out every dish we’ve tried. We’ve had the hot and spicy chicken and the ground pork and bean paste and we’ve had the spicy garlic sauce and chicken. Before the meal is brought out they serve kimchi and a little onion and some sort of yellow colored thinly sliced vegetable with bean paste to dip it in. We aren’t completely familiar yet with all the flavor profiles but they have all been so very delicious. The owner and staff are respectful, warm and friendly. There is something special about this little restaurant. It keeps calling us back for more!!
Authentic Korean Chinese food in Colorado! And just like in Korea, you can order a couple dishes and share among the table if you like- they'll pass out plates for everyone at the table. You have to try their 짜장면 (black been noodles) and 탕수육 (sweet and sour pork). Maybe even add on some 만두 (dumplings).
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