New Dessert Alert!
Some people think you shouldn't mess with the classics. We disagree. At ChoLon, we believe in being creative with our dishes. Check out our Kaya Creme Brulee, served with a white pepper crumble and soy ice cream! This is creme brulee—reimagined.
 When you dine at ChoLon, there's a zero-percent chance you'll get bored. All of our menu items, including our desserts, have unique elements that make them special. They are prepared with attention to detail and excellence, in order to provide our guests with truly rare, special, and, of course, absolutely delicious experience!


ChoLon translates to “big market” in Vietnamese and is named after the largest Chinese-influenced market in Saigon. It also includes Executive Chef/Owner Lon Symensma’s first name, so after his extensive culinary travels across Asia, it “felt right” to open ChoLon in 2010 in Denver.

You’ll notice ChoLon’s menu plays on interpretations of traditional dishes found across the Far East, combined with slight nods to Lon’s classical European training. For example, French onion soup is not usually found inside of a hand-pleated Chinese dumpling, but you’ll experience whimsical dishes like this across our menu. 



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