If you're looking for Asian restaurants in Denver look no further. The Bronze Empire is known for having some of the best Asian in Denver. Located at 1591 S Colorado Blvd, The Bronze Empire is a ...show more
Fluffy and crispy doughnut with condensed milk dipping sauce
Chinese style cold chicken in chili sauce
Homemade Korean kimchi.
Pan-fried pork and vegetable dumplings.
Edamame tossed with sea salt.
Shredded tripe skin with onions, green and red peppers in chili sauce.
Edamame tossed in salt, garlic and Chinese chili.
Our Chinese herbal pot meant to boost your immune system with ginger, garlic, goji berries, dong quai
Kimchi flavored soup base. Hot and sour cabbage flavor, 2/10 for spiciness level
Our spiciest pot with numbing sichuan peppercorns and butter for a full savory flavor
Known as huanghou in Chinese, aorta is another popular ingredient for hot pot. The texture of huanghou is chewy and tough. This texture is this ingredient's main draw as it doesn't have much flavor of its own and so depends heavily on the sauce and spicy broth for added taste.
Duck blood is delicate and crisp in texture.
Frozen pork & vegetable gyoza
Bronze Empire's special hot pot combination! Choose 1 soup base, 1 meat, assorted vegetables and 1 rice or noodle.
Chicken fried rice with fresh vegetables.
Kobe beef fried rice with fresh vegetables.
Traditional mapo tofu with Szechuan mala sauce
Szechuan style spicy fried popcorn chicken
10 pieces of Chinese style boiled flounder with Chinese spicy sauce and vegetables
Chinese style boiled flounder with Chinese spicy sauce and vegetables
Spare ribs in sweet and sour sauce
Stir fried Garlic Baby Bok Choy in oil and garlic
Stir fried Sichuan Napa Cabbage in garlic, vinegar, and Chinese chilies.
Dry hotpot with sichuan peppercorns, baby bok choy, black fungus, lotus root, potato, napa cabbage, frozen tofu and broccoli
Choose one protein (Beef brisket, chicken, pork belly or shrimp) Dry hotpot with sichuan peppercorns, baby bok choy, black fungus, lotus root, potato, napa cabbage, frozen tofu and broccoli +$4 extra protein
Breaded and fried crispy pork intestine rings
Cumin dry rubbed lamb, cooked with ginger, garlic, red onion, sesame seeds and green onions
Beer braised bone-in duck cooked with mild chilis, cilantro, green onion, ginger and garlic
Roasted eggplant served in a savory brown sauce
5 housemade pork meatballs, served in a savory brown sauce glaze
White fish served in a light sour broth, cooked with cilantro, mild chilis, enoki mushrooms, ginger and garlic
Broccoli, carrots, green onions and eggs
Homemade Chinese chili blend.
Cloud ear fungus is an edible jelly fungus. It grows on trees in mountainous regions, is gray-brown in color and is often used in Asian cooking, especially Chinese cuisine.
Chinese yam, also called cinnamon-vine, is species of flowering plant in the yam family. It is sometimes called Chinese potato or by its Japanese name nagaimo. Chinese yam is covered with thin yellowish skin over its crispy white flesh. The flesh is slightly sweet and can be eaten both ways, raw or cooked. The taste of Chinese yam is quite similar to water chestnut, but with a firmer and slimmer texture.