Well into the 80s, Denver had no Chinese food what a backward hole. Thats what Howard Stern said after his radio show was pulled from the air here (paraphrased). I dont know when Denver's first Chinese restaurant arrived, but most of them suck so badly I can see why the genre never went very far. But, of course, there are exceptions.
For take out, Wok Uptown is the only option. To sit down, its Little Ollies, a local version of P.F. Changs. Like Changs, it offers inexpensive Americanized fare that is well prepared. The service and atmosphere are good, too. Ollies could benefit from some competition, but its respectable.
Pros: Food, Price, Service