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Savor contemporary & traditional Chinese cuisine

Delight in Chinese, Taiwanese, Malaysian & Southeast Asian specialties.

~ EST. 1988 ~

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Welcome To Ting’s Place

Mr. Tin opened Ting’s in 1988 when South Boulder Road was still a two-lane street. As the first of its kind in the city, we pride ourselves in providing the highest quality food and service to our wonderful customers for the last 32 years! Apart from your traditional Chinese fare, we also offer Taiwanese, Malaysian & Southeast Asian Cuisine. Have a large party? Our private dining room is great for all your event needs! Please stop by our family restaurant today see what’s cooking!

Doing our bit to help prevent COVID-19
Our thoughts are with you and your families during this uncertain time. It is hard to navigate the unknown, but as we continue to understand better how to slow the spread of COVID-19, we want to do all we can to keep our customers, employees, and local communities safe. We are open to take-out from 11:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. The patio is open when weather permits. Dining-in is temporarily closed. As the COVID-19 situation changes, our plan may too. We hope you and your family stay healthy, and we appreciate your support in keeping our business going during these unprecedented times.

餃子

“Jiaozi”

Chinese Dumpling

Jiaozi are a kind of Chinese dumpling, commonly eaten in China and other parts of East Asia. They are one of the major dishes eaten during the Chinese New Year and year-round in the northern provinces. Though considered part of Chinese cuisine, jiaozi are popular in other parts of East Asia and in the Western World.

春卷

“chūn juǎn”

Spring Roll

The history of these rolls can be dated back to Eastern Jin dynasty. In that period, thin cakes made of flour were very popular and were mostly accompanied with vegetables. At the time of Ming and Qing dynasties, the cake got transformed to rolls and the name changed from spring dish to spring rolls. They were a major feature in Chinese imperial menu.

พริกแกงเผ็ด

“phrik kaeng phet”

Red Curry

The word comes from “Kari” which is from the Tamil language and was later anglicized into “curry”. Made of 20 red chillies that give it a beautiful red colour. It is cooked with dried red chilli that is soaked to remove the harshness and the heat from it. Soaking the chillies also lends an excellent flavor to the dish. 

餃子

“Jiaozi”

Chinese Dumpling

Jiaozi are a kind of Chinese dumpling, commonly eaten in China and other parts of East Asia. They are one of the major dishes eaten during the Chinese New Year and year-round in the northern provinces. Though considered part of Chinese cuisine, jiaozi are popular in other parts of East Asia and in the Western World.

春卷

“chūn juǎn”

Spring Roll

The history of these rolls can be dated back to Eastern Jin dynasty. In that period, thin cakes made of flour were very popular and were mostly accompanied with vegetables. At the time of Ming and Qing dynasties, the cake got transformed to rolls and the name changed from spring dish to spring rolls. They were a major feature in Chinese imperial menu.

พริกแกงเผ็ด

“phrik kaeng phet”

Red Curry

The word comes from “Kari” which is from the Tamil language and was later anglicized into “curry”. Made of 20 red chillies that give it a beautiful red colour. It is cooked with dried red chilli that is soaked to remove the harshness and the heat from it. Soaking the chillies also lends an excellent flavor to the dish. 

Testimonials

What People are Saying

“A Favorite is back”

The food was delicious!!! We have never found a Chinese restaurant as good as Tings and believe me we tried…

Greeleyborn

“Service with a smile”

Our small group are always looking for a handicap accessible restaurant with good service. They are happy to accommodate both wheelchair and service dog. It is not crowded at lunch time and has very little noise volume so you can easily hold a conversation.  “

Alison B

“Buisness Lunch”

The food and appetizers was very good service was good considering it was a full restaurant Definitely a good place to have a business lunch

Michael N

“Yummy”

Their pork fried rice is very good and reminds me of the chinese food that I grew up on back in cali . Also their fried chicken, sesame chicken frangrant spicy crab. is very good as well.

Road668607

Hours of Operation

SUN - MON
10:00am – 9:30pm

TUE
We are closed

WED - TH
3:00pm – 9:30pm

FRI -SAT
11:am - 100:pm

Location

1256 S. Public Road.

Lafayette, CO

Tel: (303) 666-9559

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