Asie Restaurant

★★★★☆
  • 413 E Main St

    Aspen, CO 81611

    Map & Directions
  • 970-920-9988

About Asie Restaurant

Hours
Mon. - Sat. 11:30am - 10pm;Sun. 4:30pm - 10pm
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Asie is packed night in and night out and it's wise to have reservations.

We arrived around 8 without reservations after a lecture at the Aspen Institute. Since we were willing to eat outside under a heat lamp our wait was only 10 min. or so but enough to give us a chance to see plenty of dishes being served to other people, each looking better than the next.

We ordered family style: Lettuce leaves filled with a concoction of slightly spicy minced chicken, green peas, large peanuts, some kind of brownish/reddish sauce, & minced vegetables. Was that good!! One of our party also had hot & sour soup which she shared with her husband. Our entrees were: Kung Pao tofu...just delectable & beautifully garnished, sauteed eggplant with portobello mushrooms & other vegetables in a brown sauce, and lastly, a combination chicken/pork moo shu. There was more than enough for the four of us. Toward the end of our meal it began to rain, something very much needed here, & seemlessly we were moved indoors to finish our meal.

Asie has a liquor license but we opted for green tea last night.

We'd heard that the restaurant was more upscale than your usual chinese place, with prices to match, but were positively shocked when our bill came to $30 a couple including the 20% tip. At twice that it would've been terrific. Not only will we return, but it will take its place as a must-do whenever we're in Aspen.

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★★★★☆

Asie is packed night in and night out and it's wise to have reservations.

We arrived around 8 without reservations after a lecture at the Aspen Institute. Since we were willing to eat outside under a heat lamp our wait was only 10 min. or so but enough to give us a chance to see plenty of dishes being served to other people, each looking better than the next.

We ordered family style: Lettuce leaves filled with a concoction of slightly spicy minced chicken, green peas, large peanuts, some kind of brownish/reddish sauce, & minced vegetables. Was that good!! One of our party also had hot & sour soup which she shared with her husband. Our entrees were: Kung Pao tofu...just delectable & beautifully garnished, sauteed eggplant with portobello mushrooms & other vegetables in a brown sauce, and lastly, a combination chicken/pork moo shu. There was more than enough for the four of us. Toward the end of our meal it began to rain, something very much needed here, & seemlessly we were moved indoors to finish our meal.

Asie has a liquor license but we opted for green tea last night.

We'd heard that the restaurant was more upscale than your usual chinese place, with prices to match, but were positively shocked when our bill came to $30 a couple including the 20% tip. At twice that it would've been terrific. Not only will we return, but it will take its place as a must-do whenever we're in Aspen.

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