Panasia Bistro

★★★★☆

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This was a very good experience, the food is excellent, full of flavor. The presentation of the food is also very nice.
The refilling of the beverages was concerning because each time the wait staff refilled drinks, wheather it be coffee, tea, wine, or water, the wait staff literally removed the glass/cup and returned with it refilled, sometimes 2 or 3 at a time. The concern is; how does one know if they've received the same cup/glass back. The normal practice would be to use a carafe for coffee or pitcher for water or tea and refill the cups/glasses right at the table. This practice would also make the service much more effecient, as some had to wait for the wait staff to return with refills as they only refilled 2 or 3 at a time. I hope to see the change in this practice.
Overall; the food is delicious and the service, with exception of beverages, is good. I'm looking forward to the next time.

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★★★★☆

This was a very good experience, the food is excellent, full of flavor. The presentation of the food is also very nice.
The refilling of the beverages was concerning because each time the wait staff refilled drinks, wheather it be coffee, tea, wine, or water, the wait staff literally removed the glass/cup and returned with it refilled, sometimes 2 or 3 at a time. The concern is; how does one know if they've received the same cup/glass back. The normal practice would be to use a carafe for coffee or pitcher for water or tea and refill the cups/glasses right at the table. This practice would also make the service much more effecient, as some had to wait for the wait staff to return with refills as they only refilled 2 or 3 at a time. I hope to see the change in this practice.
Overall; the food is delicious and the service, with exception of beverages, is good. I'm looking forward to the next time.

Pros: Great Food

Cons: Drink Refills

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I'm not saying this in any vindictive way, or to get back at the restaurant but rather to tell the truth. I used to know someone who worked at this location and noticed two things that were not so good. One thing noticed were little white critters there pretty frequently and also, their cleaning of dishware does not exist during busy times. If there's a rush they do not have enough soup spoons or bowls for everyone so they will simply rinse under warm water or spray down with the water. There is no soap used, and the film of the soup prior is still on it when it's served again. I swear this to be true. I just think people should be careful when they go there

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★☆☆☆☆

I'm not saying this in any vindictive way, or to get back at the restaurant but rather to tell the truth. I used to know someone who worked at this location and noticed two things that were not so good. One thing noticed were little white critters there pretty frequently and also, their cleaning of dishware does not exist during busy times. If there's a rush they do not have enough soup spoons or bowls for everyone so they will simply rinse under warm water or spray down with the water. There is no soap used, and the film of the soup prior is still on it when it's served again. I swear this to be true. I just think people should be careful when they go there

Pros: large menu

Cons: not clean in some aspects

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From the outside, PanAsia Bistro appears to be a higher end, modern restaurant. However, upon entering, it was hard not to laugh at the cheap, gaudy Asian decor. Service was good and the facility was clean. The food was no better than your average local strip-mall Chinese. My wife had the Mongolian beef which was not bad. I had the Malaysian curry which was horrible. Too much Nam Pla(fish sauce), not enough coconut milk, red pepper, lemon grass, etc. Just bland.

Why is it so hard to find good food in the Denver Metro?

Why is it so hard to find good food in the Denver Metro?

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★★☆☆☆

From the outside, PanAsia Bistro appears to be a higher end, modern restaurant. However, upon entering, it was hard not to laugh at the cheap, gaudy Asian decor. Service was good and the facility was clean. The food was no better than your average local strip-mall Chinese. My wife had the Mongolian beef which was not bad. I had the Malaysian curry which was horrible. Too much Nam Pla(fish sauce), not enough coconut milk, red pepper, lemon grass, etc. Just bland.

Why is it so hard to find good food in the Denver Metro?

Why is it so hard to find good food in the Denver Metro?

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We've been there twice, and this is now our favorite Asian Restaurant. The food isextremely fresh, prepared to perfection, and the service is top-notch. I'm a vegetarian, and didn't see anything meat/fish/poultry free on the menu, so asked if they had any vegetarian dishes. The waitress assured me that everything could be made vegetarian, so I ordered the Kung Pao. It's hard to describe the flavor explosion that this dish delivered. The peanuts were cooked, yet still had crunch and substance, the sauce was perfectly spiced, there were plenty of the appropriate veggies, and the tofu was excellent. Husband had Mongolian Beef, and said the meat was so tender, it could be cut with a spoon.

We ordered the truffle mousse for dessert; another divinely inspired dish. So creamy, rich and decadent; it was a fabulous end to a delightful meal.

We will be regulars here, and I recommend it for date night, entertaining friends, or a nice, comfortable business dinner. You won't be disappointed!

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★★★★★

We've been there twice, and this is now our favorite Asian Restaurant. The food isextremely fresh, prepared to perfection, and the service is top-notch. I'm a vegetarian, and didn't see anything meat/fish/poultry free on the menu, so asked if they had any vegetarian dishes. The waitress assured me that everything could be made vegetarian, so I ordered the Kung Pao. It's hard to describe the flavor explosion that this dish delivered. The peanuts were cooked, yet still had crunch and substance, the sauce was perfectly spiced, there were plenty of the appropriate veggies, and the tofu was excellent. Husband had Mongolian Beef, and said the meat was so tender, it could be cut with a spoon.

We ordered the truffle mousse for dessert; another divinely inspired dish. So creamy, rich and decadent; it was a fabulous end to a delightful meal.

We will be regulars here, and I recommend it for date night, entertaining friends, or a nice, comfortable business dinner. You won't be disappointed!

Pros: Great food, attentive service, comfortable ambience

Cons: The fountain in the lobby seems out of place with the rest of the restaurant

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I have a hard time believing a word of the negative review I read. Our experiences have shown this restaurant to be impeccably clean, with exquisite table settings, excellent service and wonderful food. We've had some of the best meals we've eaten in Denver here. The prices are reasonable for the quality and presentation of the dishes. We will continue to include the PanAsian as one of our favorites.

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★★★★★

I have a hard time believing a word of the negative review I read. Our experiences have shown this restaurant to be impeccably clean, with exquisite table settings, excellent service and wonderful food. We've had some of the best meals we've eaten in Denver here. The prices are reasonable for the quality and presentation of the dishes. We will continue to include the PanAsian as one of our favorites.

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One of the more disappointing dinners I can remember. They were out of the first 2 selections onthe wine list. Then they duped our sushi order and made us pay for it . But the real winner was the small furry creature ( I am unable to use the exact word on this review) that we saw run back into the kitchen. We called the restaurant the next day and were shocked by their response. "we only serve you the food that you order and we try to keep the kitchen clean". Would highly discourage anyone from eating there. My guess is they will be out of business by early 2008.

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★☆☆☆☆

One of the more disappointing dinners I can remember. They were out of the first 2 selections onthe wine list. Then they duped our sushi order and made us pay for it . But the real winner was the small furry creature ( I am unable to use the exact word on this review) that we saw run back into the kitchen. We called the restaurant the next day and were shocked by their response. "we only serve you the food that you order and we try to keep the kitchen clean". Would highly discourage anyone from eating there. My guess is they will be out of business by early 2008.

Pros: Nice decor and good looking menu

Cons: Terrible service, wine list depleated and cleary unsanitary

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This is a great restaurant; wonderful service, beautiful decor and best of all, the food is top-notch. Tommy Cao is doing a masterful job is providing a fabulous dining experience. His attention to detail even extends to the imported sweeping staircase in the stunning entrance. Our compliments all around and we just wish we lived a lot closer so we could visit more often! However, we WILL visit as often as possible, despite the trip from Colorado Springs.

2
★★★★★

This is a great restaurant; wonderful service, beautiful decor and best of all, the food is top-notch. Tommy Cao is doing a masterful job is providing a fabulous dining experience. His attention to detail even extends to the imported sweeping staircase in the stunning entrance. Our compliments all around and we just wish we lived a lot closer so we could visit more often! However, we WILL visit as often as possible, despite the trip from Colorado Springs.

Pros: Ambience, Service, Food

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Perhaps the classiest Asian restaurant I've eaten in in the US as well as in Asia. The food is also outstanding. I have dined there about 15 times and have brought Asian guests to the Pan Asia and always had excellent food as well as excellent service equivalent to the class that what one would expect to find in Bangkok, HK or Singapore. The service and the food is consistent. The prices are moderate and well worth the dining experience.

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★★★★★

Perhaps the classiest Asian restaurant I've eaten in in the US as well as in Asia. The food is also outstanding. I have dined there about 15 times and have brought Asian guests to the Pan Asia and always had excellent food as well as excellent service equivalent to the class that what one would expect to find in Bangkok, HK or Singapore. The service and the food is consistent. The prices are moderate and well worth the dining experience.

Pros: Outstanding in Every Respect

Cons: Perhaps a Wider Range Menu

 

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