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About Street Kitchen Asian Bistro
Street Kitchen Asian Bistro, in Englewood, Colorado, crafts contemporary and inventive Asian fusion cuisine in its charming and rustic restaurant. For the ideal start to your meal, enjoy the sweet and tangy Chinese sticky ribs with yuzu cr�me fraiche and the SK crab rangoons with blue crab, goat cheese and scallions with a ginger pear sauce as your appetizers. Some of Street Kitchen Asian Bistro�s specialty entr�es include the garlic and chive-stuffed crispy roasted pork belly, the kare laksa with shrimp, tofu, egg, veggies, pineapple and rice noodles in spicy coconut curry sauce and the Vietnamese-style beef carpaccio pho noodle soup.
A variety of dim sum dishes, as well as specialty sushi rolls, are also very popular at Street Kitchen Asian Bistro, like the L bomb tempura roll stuffed with crab, cucumbers and cream cheese topped with spicy tuna and secret sauce.
Englewood, CO 80112
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday - Friday: 11:00am - 3:00pm
Dinner: Monday - Sunday 3:00pm - 9:00pm
Dry Creek & I-25
$30 and under
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
Street Kitchen is happy to provide catering for large and small events. Whether you are hosting a large event and need full service catering or just want a large take out order for an office party, Street Kitchen would love to be a part of your event.
Street Kitchen offers surface lot parking in front of the restaurant, street parking along Inverness Main.
We are located at the east side of the Dry Creek Light Rail Station.
Private Party Facilities:
Our private dining room can be reserved for large groups, parties, special events or an intimate dinner for two. Guests also have access to our large flat-screen TV for presentations, watching the game or movie nights. Street Kitchen can accommodate many special requests.
Private Party Contact:
Manager: (303) 799-9800
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Takeout, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Street Kitchen Asian Bistro Ratings and Reviews
Oh, how I hate to write this negative review. Unfortunately we are done with STK. The service and atmosphere was fine - quite good, in fact. But the food was awful. The thai spring rolls were bland though fresh and we hoped the peanut sauce would punch it up. Instead it was a tasteless paste of nothing. Even the Sriracha I requested, sparingly doled out in a tiny bowl, didn't do anything for it. My husband's chicken lo mein was even worse. The noodles were so overcooked and bloated they tasted more like gnocchi or dumplings. The chicken was overcooked and tough, but since there was so little of it in the dish...ah, what can you say? The overall flavor of the mushy vegetables resembled cornstarch or flour. Sorry, never again.
This was my husband's fourth time at the restaurant and my fifth. We went mid-week for a quiet dinner to reconnect after a couple of weeks of business travel between us. While we appreciate the interior design style, they MUST do something about the terrible acoustics and be mindful of the music volume. We sat at a small high table in the bar area, no more than 30 inches apart and had to project our voices just to hear each other. Not really a big deal…just an annoyance. Second, I recommend a more accurate description of the spice level of their Panang Curry dish, which I tried for the first time. While I expected spicy, but this was so hot, even my husband who grew up eating very hot green chili could barely eat it. A bit of a bummer.
BUMMED! We have been fans of STK for a looong time. Today we suggested a client meet us for lunch today. We ordered green curry, lo mien, and tuna tatami salad. Service was tentative and underwhelming. The food was not anywhere as good as we remember. The ahi on the salad was skimpy, sliced so thin you could see through it which would have been fine if they gave you more than 4 skinny pieces. Not worth the $$. Chicken in the lo mien was dry and fried. We didn't dare ask the client how his curry was. We were SO disappointed. Our waiter looked scared. Plus we saw a cook in the kitchen eating, licking his fingers and not washing his hands. Uck! All in all, it was a bummer and while we'd like to try STK again soon, we're leery.
Street Kitchen has great food and drinks, and the happy hour prices make these aspects of their menu available to diners at a fraction of the regular menu price. I was especially shocked to see some of their specialty sushi rolls on the happy hour menu...but thankful:) Happy Hour is not only affordable at SK, it is fit for a foodie!
When it first opened, Street Kitchen was a favorite, eclectic dishes, great atmosphere, and fun drinks. Sadly, now their menu is laminated with pictures of the food, the dishes are very similar to what you'd find in any other Asian place, and the quality - from food quality to cleanliness to staff, has relegated it to just another so-so restaurant. Sad to see it happen.
This was my 4th time dining at Street Kitchen and the food has always been consistently good with the exception of the Tom Kha Goong which was extremely salty and had a thicker consistency than normal. The waiter, although nice, forgot a couple of our dishes which we had to ask for a couple of times before they finally came out. Our waiter also added 20% gratuity to our bill for 4 adults and 1 child, which I thought was odd and didn't even mention it to us. Overall, we would definitely go back for the food and always check our bill before paying it.
This is a go-to place for us because the food is fresh & beautifully made. Lots of interesting flavors & new things to try so we are never bored. But I have to confess that for lunch I can hardly get anything else except the Bahn Mi. It's out of this world yummy! As is the Thai Beef Sandwich.
I always request Che as our waiter. He is the most personable and professional server ever! Knows the menu, makes great recommendations and adds the perfect element to dining out.
Sushi and curry are excellent. I have never had anything at this restaurant that I was not delicious. Quality in all aspects from ingredients to preparation to presentation.
A four course meal, paired with wine, plus a very unique desert. Each dish was authentic and very good. Some Malaysian food can be very hot, border-line Thai hotness, which was paired with a semi-sweet white wine. The wine pairing dinners, which feature a different Southeast Asia country each time (Japan, Thailand, Malaysia, etc) are the best way to experience the expertise and authenticity at this restaurant.
Enjoyed a birthday lunch with friends. We each had a different dish & LOVED what we got! The edamame app was a wonderful surprise of flavors. And my banh mi sandwich was out of this world incredible! This place is a hidden gem that takes exotic dishes & makes them accessible to folks who aren't familiar with asian dishes. And for those of us who love asian food, it's an excellent take on so many dishes. Great meal & staff really nice!
We've eaten here several times when visiting Denver. This time it was OK but not great. Previously there was a definite wow factor, thus time no better than your typical neighborhood Chinese joint. Pad Thai ok but not particularly
outstanding. wife had green curry, wanted less spicy, server said solution was to add more coconut milk
Which was not a good approach. She declined the extra coconut and as a consequence it was overly
Spicy. They need to amp it up to regain previous cred.
Saturday 7pm is prime time. The restaurant was about a quarter full, which doesn't mean much, because most times we come here its not that full. But the food has always been good until tonight. The potstickers and spring rolls good. Tuna tartar was more rice than tuna. It's the first dish we ordered, and it came out after our meal. I think they ran out of tuna and were embarrassed to serve it. The tuna tartar is my favorite dish and I sometimes order that for my main meal. Very disappointing. Out of their desserts except for ice cream and cheesecake, which is pretty bad on a Saturday night so we ordered what they had left. 3 scoops of green tea ice cream and no cookies so we sent it back. I wish we would have also sent the tuna back.
I have been to Street Kitchen many times and always leave pleased. I love the diversity of the menu and the fact it suits my families international tastes & palettes. In our group we have the guys have love their meat as well as vegetarians, and everyone always has a wide variety of dishes to choose from!
I start with my favorites every time; the Tom Kha Goong Soup & Passion Fruit Ice Tea and then explore new dishes on the menu. I am always delighted with the taste & the presentation.
The service is wonderful; friendly, polite and welcoming. I enjoy the open kitchen.
We went to this restaurant based on other reviews that had been posted. Glad we did! This place is great. It is small, was quiet when we were there, nice outdoor patio and indoor space. The menu is fun in that it provides foods from 5 different Asian countries and conveys which they are from. Food was great, service was fantastic.
I love Street Kitchen, and return time after time. The food is remarkable and reasonably priced. The ambiance is clean and modern. The service is great. I highly recommend this restaurant to anyone, and also think it is well worth the short drive from Denver.
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