I was a little hesitant to try Little Ollie's because I couldn't find any other reviews except a review at another web site. We were pleasantly surprised by our experience and the food was very tasty. The place is not exactly elegant, Very basic square tables in a small restaurant. We went on a Tuesday night at around 6 PM and the place was less than half full. The prices are typical for an Aspen restaurant (i.e., a lot more than you would expect for this type of food). I ordered hot tea ($3.95) and they brought me a kettle of tea that wasn't even steeped. I had to wait for at least ten minutes before the tea was even drinkable. My daughter ordered a diet coke ($2.00) which was served in a can. For our meal selections, we tried the Kung Pao Chicken ($14.95) and Beef Broccoli ($15.95). The Beef Broccoli wasn't on the menu but they had no problem preparing the dish. The food was served with a large bowl of white rice. Both dishes were very tasty. We liked the beef broccoli the best. The beef was very tender. Overall with tax and tip the meal was $47.00. Not exactly a bargain for two people with no alcohol but we did have enough food to take home for a snack.
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