Pan-Asian eatery in Broomfield combines good prices & very varied menu
Want sushi? Ooka Asian Cuisine has a sushi bar across the back wall and turns out commendable sushi. Want stir fries? Ooka has them too. Teriyaki, tempura or Thai curry? Ditto. Potstickers or pad Thai? Yes again. All these and more are found on an enormous pan-Asian menu in a beguiling restaurant where a Boston Market once dispensed rotisserie chicken. The service is attentive and the design displays humor and imagination. Flooded with sunlight by day and dark enough to be intimate and atmospheric after dark, Ooka belies is origins as a chicken chain. My husband had stopped there with friends en route back from Vintage Voltage, a guy-type show featuring old records, radios, electronics and such. He was so impressed that he took me there. Good move.
The young servers are efficient, friendly and attentive, and the food they deliver is consistent and tasty — regardless of which Asian cusine a table mixes and matches. Even though there were just two of us, mix and match we did!