Jasmine Chinese Cuisine
3999 S Broadway, Englewood, CO 80113
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12/01/2011Provided by Citysearch -
I was on a quick business trip and this restaurant caught my eye. I was in the mood for some authentic Asian faire and was impressed from the moment I entered. The service from beginning to end was just perfect. My tea cup never saw the bottom and my water glass was always full. I ordered the Walnut Prawns just because I read the good reviews. YUMM-O I also took a chance and allowed the very gracious owner to order me a meat dish and noodles and I was not disappointed at all. (I wish they delivered to the SF Bay Area. They would be a hit out here, too)
When you are travelling, you get to sample different tastes from different parts of the country. In this case, I was not settling for another Asian meal, but on the contrary I found to my delight one the gems of the Rockies. I can only rate with 5 stars but my pallette is beyond satisfied. I take my hat off to the chef and to the wait staff. I can't wait to make it back here!
11/19/2011Provided by Citysearch -
Absolutely PHOBULOUS This was my first time trying Vietnamese food and I have to say I love, love, love Jasmine and the chef, Karen, is amazing!! She is so talented and truly enjoys sharing her love for her culture and her food. The Beef Pho is such a comfort food and especially great on a cool night. The Shrimp Thai Salad I'm still salivating over....absolutely delicious! The garlic eggplant is her mom's recipe and for someone who doesn't even like eggplant I have to say it was amazingly delicious. The Crispy sole was my favorite and the creamy sauce that is drizzled on top! The lunch specials are great and inexpensive too! It's also a great spot for a date night too....my boyfriend and I will definitely be going back to Karen's place very soon!!
09/02/2011Provided by Citysearch -
My husband and I finally decided to try this place for lunch and were extremely disappointed. Although the woman who waited on us was nice, she was slow to refill the drinks and didn't even fill them up all the way. The portions were the smallest we had ever seen for lunch and the presentation was lacking. My husband ordered the orange chicken which was lacking in sauce and flavor, overly breaded, and may have not even have been chicken! I ordered the chicken teriyaki which was better than his but the sauce was super thick, overly garlicy, and the veggies were wilted. The egg rolls were way over cooked and had pork. The hot and sour soup was ok, not great or good but ok. Although the food was probably the worst Asian food we have had, the atmosphere was, even though we were the only ones in the establishment, nice. I liked the plants and the music but that was it.
12/05/2010Provided by Citysearch -
It has been a long time since I've eaten here, so my husband and I decided to eat here tonight. Once again, the food did not disappoint. We have come enough times to know that we always have to order the salmon tartare and the char siu marinated alaskan black cod. Both dishes never fail us. I personally also like the basil eggplant and we ordered the chicken karaage for the first time. The batter on the chicken was nice and light and it came with a dipping sauce that was good, but on the spicy side. I still do think that the price to portion ratio is fantastic, but food has always been consistently delicious. On this particular night, our server was fabulous. He was really attentive, polite and cordial.
06/06/2010Provided by Citysearch -
I used a Citysearch review of Chinese food places in Englewood and Jasmine was ranked with 5 stars.
I was incredibly disappointed. The crab wontons were overcooked, the pad thai was flavorless, and all I could taste in the hot an sour soup was pepper. I wouldn't say this is the worst Chinese food in town but I certainly would not go back
11/18/2008Provided by Citysearch -
I have to say this is the best restaurant in town. I have been coming here for over 12 years. The food is absolutely the best with the best brown nutty rice in town. I was in for dinner last night and found out that the owner, Karen is in Kong Hong for the week to create the holiday menu. I was taken care of by the manager, a young man - named Lee. He was so gracious and offered the same wonderful service that is often associated with this restaurant. The variety of organic tea selection is overwhelming to say the least. We had the Plum Berries tea and it was delicious. I can tell the place is gearing up for the holiday so make your reservation soon. I hope Karen is having a good time in Hong Kong - She deserves it. I can't wait for her holiday menu. One more thing - the organic produce used in preparation of the entrees makes my body scream "" thank you.""
11/14/2008Provided by Citysearch -
We love this place during the holiday season. Last year we were here with a group of 21 and had the most amazing choice of food and service. The decor was amazing with fresh holiday flowers and spectacular lights and decoration. I expect the same this year. I am going to book early because I would hate to miss out or be or a wait list since this place is so popular with catering and holiday parties. The holiday menu is to die for - so creative and most of all - delicious and healthy.
03/02/2008Provided by Citysearch -
Quaint little Chinese restaurant ran by mom and pop. They are very friendly and care about your opinion. Walking in to this place felt like walking into grandma's, especially with the oldies tunes in the background. My lunch order took all of three minutes to be ready. Chicken and Broccoli with Brown rice.
Brown rice appeared to be multigrain, fluffy and unsticky like so many other rices you get from the typical Chinese joint down the street. The egg roll was crisp, flaky, and didn't taste of grease..yet it was very minuscule on filling. Broccoli florets were not bite size, the dish had a nice flavor but was it soaking in butter or oil? The Chickie was in large unchewy pieces. If I can get them to go light on the glop, I'll return..
02/08/2008Provided by Citysearch -
This was the greasiest Chinese food I've ever eaten! My friend got the General Tsao's chicken and it was soggy and greasy. Her plate was mostly rice too! I got the Pad Thai noodles and they were soaked in oil - not authentic or tasty at all! The crab wontons were burnt too! The only thing that was decent was the egg drop soup. Would not order for there again!