Glad to see South Denver’s pasta void is finally about to be filled, following Westword’s announcement of the venture 2 months ago:
Its neighbor is a take-out multi-Asian place that I’ve been meaning to check out for the past month or so—
but now that their menu’s online I’m guessing I can mostly skip it; I think they left the word “Variety” off the end of their name. It’s your basic den of egg-fu this & happy that delight. There are a couple of curiosities: under appetizers, “green vegetable dumplings” (chive, by chance?) as well as “donut (10)” (who knows?); house specials list salt-&-pepper salmon & flounder (this slightly spicy fried preparation is usually reserved for shellfish); & the phrase “gon bao” pops up frequently, which is unfamiliar to me & yields only a couple of unhelpful Google hits. I’ve already cast a line on Chowhound; will edit this if someone bites with a definition. EDIT: Oh, duh—it’s an alternate transliteration of kung pao. Never mind.