Ling and Louie’s Asian Bar and Grill is a popular restaurant in the downtown area of Denver. It is located within the area of the renowned 16th Street Mall. Tourists and locals alike flock to Ling and Louie’s Asian Bar and Grill all year round to sample the many delectable dishes that it has to offer. Randy Schooch opened the restaurant several years ago in the Denver downtown area and is still a thriving business up to this day. The restaurant is still located in its original address at Suite 104 in 1201 of 16th Street.
Unlike the usual Asian restaurant, Ling and Louie’s Asian Bar and Grill has added a unique flair to its Asian dishes. Starting with the appetizers, you certainly have to try their Ahi Lettuce Wraps which costs $8.99. This scrumptious appetizer is made of fresh Ahi from Hawaii, water chestnuts and a combination of herbs and spices such as garlic, ginger, red onions, Thai basil and cilantro. All these ingredients are wrapped in fresh lettuce leaves and served with a tropical salsa plus an Asian-flavored dipping sauce. Another must-try appetizer at Ling and Louie’s Asian Bar and Grill is the Crab Wantons at only $8.99.
For those craving for sushi, Ling and Louie’s Asian Bar and Grill also serves sushi that just melts in your mouth. For the vegetarians, they serve 5 kinds of salads that are made of the freshest ingredients. They have 3 kinds of soups to choose from but I think the best among the three is the Long Life Chicken Soup. The name itself is very intriguing and it makes you want to have a taste of this soup. It will surely not disappoint your taste buds with its combination of spicy and rich flavors. (more…)