Denver >Food & Dining > Kings Land Chinese Seafood
2200 W Alameda Ave Ste 44, Denver, CO | Directions 8022339.710150 -105.015070
Neighborhoods: Southwest Denver, Valverde
Getting worse – I grew up in Hong Kong. I know what dim sum really is. Let's not compare King's Land to the restaurants in Canton province or Hong Kong. King's Land was not bad few years ago, but now it changes. Food is not so good as before for sure. Most of my friends (Chinese or Taiwanese) agree the best dim sum place in Denver is the other restaurant few blocks from King's Land.
I agree with the Editor – Sometimes when I see the editorial review, I'm extremely dissappointed, but this time I'm not! I totally agree with the editorial. I assumed that this place was going to be great because of all the Chinese people recommending it, but I soon found out that its the only place that we have in Colorado, and they're isn't any other place to recommend. There's very few choices here.
Dim Sum – ...best authentic dim sum east of Chinatown (LA or SF)
Authentic Dim Sum... – I have always found the Dim Sum to be tasty, fresh, and nicely varied. I especially like the fact that they deliver the food from the time-honored carts.
While the decor is not the greatest, it doesn't detract from the meal.
Dim Sum - SF style! – We just got back from dim sum at King's Land and really enjoyed it. The food was fresh and tasty. The variety was great! The service was quick. The setting was reminiscent of Dim Sum in the bay area.
One of the guys in the office raves about their duck that you can buy in the adjacent shop to take home .
authentic as anything in Denver – I've been to King's Lan several times and have always had a great meal. Where else can you get lobster (cut up and sauteed in a wonderful ginger/green onion sauce, or in garlic) for $14.95? Their dinner dishes are amazingly flavorful. Be adventurous and order something authentic, not your usual kung-pao or moo-shu, and you won't regret it. Don't come here for trendiness like Little Ollie's or PF Chang's; come here for the food.
DIM SUM, nice place, but not as good. – When you walk into this place, it's gigantic!! Lots of room for a wedding! Which I been to at Kings Land.
They serve Dim Sum, which is like appetizer, Asian way. The food isn't as good as China Jade, or Ho Mee Kim (off Federal and Alameda, behind Saigon Bowl), and Empress. The difference that Kings Land have that others don't have is their servers bring carts of food to you and cook it for you. You select what you want. Overall, atmosphere is cool.
Dim Sum Delight – Real Hong Kong/San Francisco style dim sum. And not just your basic variety. Probably one of the few places that can boast that between the Continental Divide and the Mississippe River.
enjoyable brunch – One of 2 great places in Denver to have Dim Sum. I would recommend this to anyone with a group of at least 4, although you can certainly enjoy the other menu items besides their dim sum.
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