Very solid! Not exceptional - but very good. Would definitely go again to try more dishes :) I'm happy with what we got, but to echo one persons sentiment - chicken was a little salty (and I love salty). Just docking because my scale is 5 is other worldly life changing - 4 is solid and would return!
Q House was quiet and comfortable. The space is small and welcoming. The staff was great at helping us and very kind. The food was the best part! OMG so good! We ordered the perfectly crispy eggplant, duck lo mein, braised pork rice, and warm sesame noodles and it was all amazing! Q house made my top five restaurants in Denver.
If I lived in Denver this place would be in my regular restaurant rotation. The menu is great. We had the BBQ ribs, shrimp fried rice and duck lo mein. The duck lo mein was my favorite. It was perfect, seasoning, flavor, everything about it. The bbq ribs were very tasty. I’d have them again. My daughter (6) loved the shrimp fried rice. I loved that it wasn’t greasy like so many times fried rice tends to be. The lychee martini was very easy to drink. There’s seating indoor and out. It’s a small restaurant and the staff is so nice and helpful when placing your order.
“Perfectly seasoned” were my exact words while eating the Chong Qing Chicken. We ordered too much but would (and will) do it all over again. This place is awesome - try everything!
My favorite thing to eat was the wings. It came with some green sauce that paired perfectly with it. We also had the duck lo mein and the wok fried wein fun. The fried noodle was better than the lo mein. Something about the chili oil that they put on the lo mein was too intense in a bad way. The guava chameleon was good but presented almost like a whiskey drink which threw me off a little. The Mai tai wasn’t bad either. Spent $103 at the end….which to me is a bit crazy for Chinese food but overall not a bad experience.
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