Took my dad here the other night to avoid rush hour traffic getting to his favorite Chinese place in Denver, JJ?s (which is probably the best Chinese in town for people less interested in sesame chicken and more interested in chilled pickled chicken feet ? which are darn good with a cold Tsingtao). This was our first time here. If you?re interested in the good stuff, skip to the Shanghai menu towards the back of the 20-page book the hostess hands you. We ordered the steamed whole sea bass, which was fresh, tasty, and thankfully not overcooked. Calamari--dad's must have no matter where we are--was not great (but hey, this is supposed to be Chinese food, so I cut them some slack here). The steamed bok choy and mushrooms were fine. The white rice was not good. Rice is rice you say? If you?ve eaten perfectly cooked, high quality rice, then you begin to care about these things. The wait staff was more interested in chatting with each other near the kitchen than paying attention to the restaurant?s customers, and the people next to us were getting frustrated. In all, I think we got lucky?it could have easily been a miss. Our server gets points for trying, but you aren?t going to find high quality service in a place like this, so don?t expect it. If it?s not rush hour, it?s probably JJ?s next time. As other reviewers have pointed out, it?s called ?Spice China,? but there is almost no spicy food on the menu!