Chinese restaurants have the deepest culture of any cuisine. The Chinese were consuming tea as early as 3000 B.C. Archaeologist proved that rice was planted along the River Yang-tse before 5,000 B.C. Rice does not grow in North China which is too cold and dry. There, millet is grown to be boiled before eating. Confucius is believed to have lived from 551 B.C. to 479 B.C. and is recognized for creating the standards that dictated which grains, produce and cuts of meats were edible.
Downtown Littleton offers Imperial Garden as an option for Chinese food. One of the nation’s first P.F. Chang’s is in Park Meadows Mall and Cherry Creek’s Little Ollie’s Partner has John Holly’s in the entertainment district and Little Holly’s on Wild Cat Reserve Parkway.
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