After feeding the cash registers of various stores , it's time to feed our own stomach As you might know or not , I was traveling with a fellow colleague, and this joker embrace get used to American food, especially the riceless-ness of the diet I know there's quite a majority of poor ol' Malaysians who can sympathize with the poor colleague: imagine going 1 whole week without your rice and kangkung belacan and ayam masak merah Knowing that Asian food in Loveland is such a joke, I have been Google-ing for Asian food in Denver that gets lots of positive feedbacks, and I stumbled across one such Indonesian restaurant, so on our way back from Castle Rock, we specifically entered downtown Denver in search of this restaurant
nasi lemak for 8.95usd only - Picture of Jaya Asian Grill, Denver
Found a nice Malaysian restaurant in Denver - Review of Jaya Asian Grill, Denver, CO - Tripadvisor
And even if you can find Asian restaurants, most of them serve heavily localized dishes and the flavors will make you shed miserable tears. The few times I have traveled to the US, it has always been with some perpetual rice eaters. To make matters worse, we were staying in Loveland, a small town in Colorado where the Asian population is almost non-existent. I found a few that had great reviews. We went and tried them all, and left disappointed, every single time.