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Location and hours
|Monday - Thursday|
|05:00 PM - 09:00 PM|
|Friday - Saturday|
|05:00 PM - 10:00 PM|
- Yen TsaiRotating, seasonal pickles.$7.09
- Chilled TofuSliced soft tofu dressed with sesame bang bang sauce, smashed cucumbers, peanuts$12.99
- Coriander MelonSeasonal melons, cucumber, green coriander berry vinaigrette$20.09
- Long Beans$17.70
- Gai LanGrilled chinese broccoli with schmaltz, oyster sauce and chook chicken salt$17.70
- Fish fragrant eggplantFermented chili paste, black vinegar, thai chile. Vegan!$12.99
- Turnip CakeCrispy turnips, lap cheong sausage, shrimp, black garlic, pickled turnip.$18.89
- Ginger Glazed Summer Squashheirloom squash, Esoterra farms mokum carrots, coriander flowers, thai basil, ginger$28.35
Meat & Seafood
- Cumin Lamb BunsGrilled Boulder Lamb, Uighur spices, spicy funky cucumber. (2 buns per order)$12.99
- Chinese Spare Ribs4 spare ribs per order Contains: soy, wheat and shellfish allergens$18.89
- Beijing Duck RollSmoked shredded duck rolled up in a scallion pancake with hoisin and cabbage$28.35
- La Zi JiBattered and fried chunks of chicken thigh, tossed with a dry sichuan chili spice. Spicy and tingly!$23.60
- Mapo TofuGround pork, fermented chili paste, leek, garlic, bubu puffs$18.89
- Mala OctopusGrilled octopus, 3yr aged Douban, merlot Napa cabbage, serrano, green Sichuan vinaigrette.$43.69
Noodles, Dumplings & Rice
- Vegetable Fried RiceEgg, seasonal vegetables, chinese chives, anaheim chilis$15.35
- Bone Marrow Fried RiceEgg, green peas, scallion$17.70
- Hong You Chao ShouBoiled pork & pickled cabbage dumplings. Dressed with chili oil, smoked soy and peanuts. 7 per order.$18.89
- Fried WontonsFried wontons filled with tobiko, cream cheese, scallions. Served with house made duck sauce. 5 per order$10.65
- Vegetable NoodlesRice Noodles with seasonal vegetables, please specify spice level.$21.25
- Dan Dan MianSun noodles topped with ground pork and pickled mustard greens, spicy sesame sauce, spring vegetables and a poached egg.$25.99
- Extra Side Steamed RiceAll orders come with 1 large 28 oz box of white rice.$1.19
- Side of soy sauce$0.00
- Side of house chili oil$0.30
- Side of Dumpling chili oil (extra spicy)$0.30
- Side of bang bang sauce$0.30
- Chopsticksplease note for number of guests$0.00
Paige W. • 15/8/2021
I visited here last night with my mom, her fiancé and my husband. The experience was absolutely stellar. The server was helpful, quick, and provided great insight to questions we had about the menu. We had multiple members of the staff visit with food, water refills, plate clearing and table cleaning during our hour visit-...
Audrey L. • 23/8/2021
Good food and sleek, fun setting! Some of the dishes were very impressing but some were meh. But overall a good experience! The dishes we got were the Beijing duck rolls, bone marrow fried rice, and la zi ji chicken. This was more than enough for two people and we had decent about of leftovers!...
Taylor S. • 15/8/2021
Ordered to go food and picked up right on time, and was pleased with the overall freshness! Shared the bone marrow fried rice and the Dan Dan noodles with another person. About $50 with tip. These were incredible portions for two people. The Dan Dan noodles were absolutely delicious and really packed a kick with...
Diandra L. • 20/7/2021
I was completely blown away by my dinner at Hop Alley. Perhaps one of my favorite dinners on my Denver trip! The menu reminded me of one of my fave modern Chinese restaurants in Miami - it has the authentic flavors with some fun little twists along the way. Also, while we were sitting outside...
Melissa B. • 21/7/2021
We first decided to order takeout from here because I was hoping to kick start myself into labor during the Chinese new year. We have only ever gotten takeout from here, so I can't speak to the ambiance of the actual restaurant or cocktails, etc.. but I can def comment on the food As a...
Shannon H. • 13/5/2021
Disappointing. Would not recommend coming here for traditional Chinese food at all. We started our night with the shiitake blossoms, which were surprising and quite good. This does seem to be an invention on the restaurants part. It went downhill from there. The Gai lan was so salty it was inedible. The mapo tofu was...