6817 Lowell Blvd, Westminster, CO | Directions 8022139.823414 -105.034397
Neighborhoods: South Westminster, South
I'm originally from Wisconsin and moved to Colorado just about a year ago. I haven't been able to papaya salad anywhere. I would definitely recommend the papaya salad from Woody's.
THE BEST ASIAN RESTAURANT IN COLORADO, PERIOD! – I've been going here for as long as the new owner took over, which is 10+ years ago. Trust me when I say this is the best place to go to for south eastern Asian food. The Cambodian Soup is spectacular, the Thai Beef Lab is very authentic and so flavorful that thinking about it makes my mouth water. The Sukiyaki soup is better than King's Land and the Crispy Fish with Lime Sauce...(whipping drool from mouth)...OMG! You just have to try it. The service is genuine and the owner and his family are the kindest people I've ever met. They actually care about the food they make and the customers who are regulars as well as new. If you are shy and don't really know what to eat, they will always recommend the best food for your taste. They can special make anything and I can't believe the price. I feel like I'm stealing from them since I get so much food for so little. The location is crap but I'd go there anytime just for the food.
Really good food, Retarded name – Usually, I am not a fan of restaurants that mix food such as Chinese/Vietnamese, etc. But, this place do have the best food from Chinese, Vietnamese, Cambodian, Thai, and Laos.
The only thing is the name is really stupid and is labeled incorrectly. You will never find it under Asian or Thai food if searching for it on the internet.
This Woody?s Wings is truly a gourmet Asian food experience (Vietnamese, Thai, Cambodian, Chineese). – This place is truly gourmet Asian.
Just to start off with, the Vietnamese Egg Rolls are the best that I have ever had.
The Squid Salad is out of this world. My favorite is the Crispy Fish with Lime Sauce Thai Style. The lime marinade that you pour onto the fish is spicy and rich with flavors.
The Mussels with Ginger is wonderful and all the soups are unique.
I tried the Cambodian Soup and loved it. It has a beef vegetable and tripe in a type of spicy gravy texture.
Even the chicken with green beans is great.
The menu is almost as large as New Saigon?s Menu only with totally different dishes.
This place has to be one of the best restaurants I have experienced.
Some nights there will be a constant wave of people picking up orders to go with a waiting line at the register.
The Basil Duck is also great.
I am looking forward to trying the Noodle Soups, Suki Soup and the different Curry Soups as well.
Great Asian food... – This place is pretty good when it comes to food. Servers are nice, great Lao and Thai food. Love the sticky rice and laab and last but not least the Papaya salad!
Best Thai Food in Denver – I tried this restaurant for the first time today at the suggestion of a cashier at the Lao Market in Westminster. My wife is Thai. We both love Thai and Southeast Asian food. Without a doubt, this is the best Thai food we've had in the Denver area. According to my wife, Los Angeles has the only authentic Thai food in America, Chicago has very near authentic food, and Denver has nothing but Americanized Thai food. Well, this was the first case where she said the food is as good as that in LA or Thailand. We ordered garlic chicken, nam yaa noodles, and som dtam (papaya salad) lao style. The garlic chicken, which I ordered, was a bit of Americanized Thai but very good. My wife said her noodles were very ?saep? which means tasty ? just like in Thailand. Then she said something I never expected her to say about an American restaurant. She said the som dtam tasted just like her older sister makes. This is the ultimate compliment. The portions are very large ? we ate less than half our food. And our bill was only $26 including a Thai iced tea. Also worth noting, the owner is Cambodian, the chefs Thai, and the food Chinese, Thai, Vietnamese, Lao, and Cambodian. It's in one of the worst areas of Denver/Westminster, which I think helps add to its authenticity. Once inside, however, the atmosphere is decent for a restaurant of this style. Oh, and if you don't like Asian food, you can always order a hamburger here for $2.75. Overall, highly recommended.
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