By Samantha Quee
2000 S Havana St
Aurora, CO 80014
Phone: (303) 745-1373
Estimate delivery time is 30 to 60 minutes.
Delivery is Free
No delivery beyond 3 miles.
|Monday:||11:00 AM – 09:30 PM|
|Wed – Sun:||11:00 AM – 09:30 PM|
Located in a busy shopping plaza in Aurora, the restaurant, Lucky China, has been recognized for its outstanding Chinese cuisine, excellent service and friendly staff since the opening in 2013.
Lucky China is known for its insistence on only using high quality fresh ingredients. Owner Helen Cai, who has more than ten years of culinary experience under her belt, wants her patron to enjoy delicious and healthy food.
Helen says, “Many of my customers say that the food we serve here reminds them of home-cooked food prepared by their mothers and grandmothers. The taste is simple and does not overpower with MSG like some other restaurants.”
Bearing in mind this philosophy, Helen and her kitchen chefs make many of their signature dishes from scratch, including their Taiwan-style beef noodles, beef burrito, pan-fried dumplings, soup dumplings, and also their gyoza.
Great for warming you up on a cold day, the beef noodle is prepared with beefy broth simmered over low heat for five hours. The delectable home-made noodles go hand-in-hand with the richness of the soup. The beef is tender and full of flavor, simultaneously sweet and salty.
Popular among their American patrons, Lucky China’s beef burritos resemble Mexican burritos. Wrapped in sliced beef, fresh vegetables such as parsley and cucumber and with a thin layer of Seafood sauce, the burritos has a good balance from the crisp of the wrapper and the crunchiness of the cucumber.
Xiao long bao, Shanghai-style soup dumplings, have become legendary for good reason, but so far their doughier cousins, pan-fried buns, remain much less well-known here in Colorado. If you love soup dumplings, you need to try pan-fried buns, too. Handmade in-house, each bun is filled with juicy vegetables ground with pork, and every bite bursts with flavorful broth. The Lucky China soup dumplings are also soul-warming, soupy satchels that cannot be missed.
Helen reminds guests, “Make sure not to miss our home-cooked soy milk.” This drink is an absolute delight, filled with the simple fragrance from the soya bean freshly ground each morning.
Lucky China is a great destination for sumptuous and authentic traditional Chinese food. Try it today!
Taiwan style beef noodle
Beef Brisket Noodle
Spicy Jumbo Noodle
Pan fried dumplings (12 pcs)
Small steamed bun (aka soup dumplings, 8pcs)
Steamed Chicken with chili sauce
Sweet and Sour Chicken