Welcome to Chili Verde
Denver’s home to authentic Pueblan-Mexican cuisine, where tradition and flavor unite!
By Jason Sheehan Thursday, Oct 29 2009 Westword
“…one bite told me nearly everything I needed to know about the skilled hands in the kitchen, and the commitment of Hanzel and Eder Yáñez-Mota, the brothers who opened their own restaurant in June…”
“…You know this point has been reached when the juice is no longer transparent but the meat is still firm, almost squeaky on the teeth. That’s when it’s perfect — like the ceviche at Chili Verde…”
“…So good. Possibly the best in town, certainly the simplest, definitely authentic. I ate mine with a fork, leaving the Saltines in their individual wrappers. I ate it with the chips brought free to my table, digging up mounds of ceviche and shoveling them in, impressed at how no one bite differed from the next — not too heavy on the onion here, heavy on the chile there, but all equal because of the careful knifework done in the back, the deconstruction of every element down to infinitesimal size.”
By Lori Midson Thu., Mar. 11 2010 at 2:19 PM Westword
“…They seduced the city with their crazy-good Pueblan food, a showcase of complexly spiced moles, remarkably good ceviche and pudgy rellenos uniquely packaged with peaches, plantains and nuts…”