Boulder restaurateurs have a knack for taking generic strip mall spaces and transforming them into charming eateries. This restaurant is a prime ... More
Lee Yuan Chinese Cuisine
Boulder restaurateurs have a knack for taking generic strip mall spaces and transforming them into charming eateries. This restaurant is a prime example. The low-lit dining room is quiet and this is a great place to get away from the crowds. The menu features traditional Szechuan and Mandarin gourmet choices. Try some classic favorites such as Sesame Chicken, Orange Beef, or Sweet and Sour Fish.
TERRIBLE!!! What a complete waste of money and time. We ordered the following:
House Pan Fried Noodle, Shrimp & Lobster Sauce, Crab Cheese Wontons, and eggrolls. I spent just over $30 on the food. HORRIBLE!!!
First, the pan fried noodles were BURNED BLACK, my 5 year old wouldn't even touch them. The lobster sauce was a full can of uncooked peas and carrots and I could see the black veins all over the dish where the chef was to lazy to clean them. Lastly, the crab cheese wontons were hard, cold, and appeared to have been made hours if not days before.
I am a TRUE fan of good Chinese food having grown up in NYC. There are some really good ones, Golden Lotus is great, Orchid Pavilion was great when they were open, right now the best is China Gourmet. So please, trust me, don't waste your money at this poor excuse for a Chinese eatery.
To top it all off I called to tell the owner about my experience and she called me a liar. Horrible food and horrible service.