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Little Ollie’s has held down its corner of Cherry Creek for almost two decades, and owner Charlie Huang never stops making improvements. (He never stops telling amusing stories, either, if you’re lucky enough to catch him between trips to Jing and his restaurant in Aspen.) He keeps updating the interior of this streamlined, elegant spot – and also keeps adjusting the menu, adding sushi, adding more healthful items, adding dishes that focus on local ingredients. But the classics remain some of the favorites of the Little Ollie’s regulars -- fried dumplings; Peking duck, with its crispy skin; mu shu pork (the server will divide the dish if you’re not up to it); Mongolian beef; succulent steamed sea bass – and a meal here always ends with some of the town’s most promising fortune cookies.
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My meals at Jing (see review) convinced me that the problems at Charlie Huang's other restaurants come not from the rigors of cuisine or the classic chef's tug-of-war between art and commerce, but simply from age and popularity. And in the... More »
He's just a kid, maybe ten years old, with very new white sneakers that don't quite reach the floor and martinet parents like something out of Dickens or the grayer volumes of Hemingway and Fitzgerald. Society types with ramrod postures and... More »
Q: Where should we go to eat for Chinese New Year? A: Chinese restaurants usually go all out for the New Year, often offering a prix fixe meal or special dishes, so it's a good idea to make your reservations now for this year's February 12... More »
That benchmark of Asian food, that great equalizer of world cuisine, that humblest, most savory of bites. Ladies and gentlemen, we give youthe dumpling. In a town chock-full of restaurants churning out thousands of dumplings of every conceivable nationality seven days a week, Little Ollie's is the place that does them best. Plump little pillows, pan-fried, stuffed with a smooth paste of pork, herbs and spices, these dumplings are best when dipped in a side of the warm, gingered soy... More »
Little Ollie's woks the walk. The kitchen produces dishes that are incredibly polished, not to mention filled with the best Chinese cooking in town. The steamed fish, stir-fries, sweet spare ribs and black-bean sauces evoke the streets of Hong Kong, but the delivery there surely leaves something to be desired when compared with the gracious, efficient service at Little Ollie's. The wine list is startlingly well chosen for a Chinese restaurant, too. More »
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