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Best French Restaurant Denver 2009 - Indulge

Indulge

Indulge

4140 W. 38th Ave.

Denver, CO 80211

303-433-7400

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Readers' Choice: Le Central
No matter how many bodies you pack inside, some restaurants are always going to be as cold and sterile as a surgical pre-op, where voices seem to evaporate into wisps of cold before they can travel across the length of a table. But there are also restaurants that miraculously exude warmth and life and comfort no matter the condition of the floor. These are the rare ones, as extraordinary as real magic, where the house — despite a lack of trade, of buzz, of superficial action — subsists on a sort of rich inner life, a passion that flows outward from the kitchen, through the bar, to suffuse even just a few tables, even just one, with the sense that everything is going to be all right, despite all evidence to the contrary. Indulge French Bistro is just such a magical place, a wonderful Normandy French restaurant that serves amazing steak tartare, beautiful salmon with leek fondue, and the best duck we've ever tasted.
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giford michael
giford michael

Nous sommes francais et avons fait une halte a Denver. Ce restaurant nous a � conseill�t nous ne sommes absolument pas decu de notre visite. La cuisine de W.Wahl est tous simplement fantastique, fraiche et creative. L'acceuil et le service assur�ar Stephanie n'a � que du bonheur. Je recommande a tous les voyageurs de passage , ainsi qu'aux gens du coin cette adresse.

Jersey Corn
Jersey Corn

I agree. It is depressing that Indulge is consistently empty. Because it is head and shoulders above any other French restaurant in the city -- hell, probably the whole state. Food, service -- everything about this place is sublime. Too bad it has the bad luck of being in Denver where people apparently still insist on keeping their heads up their ass.

Taste It
Taste It

Indulge is empty because the hipsters with little taste go elsewhere. Go ahead, chase your poon, and leave the best French Restaurant to those who like to eat.

Dave
Dave

I have no idea why Jason continually feels the need to recommend this place. It is always depressingly empty and even with no tables our last dinner (two courses) took almost three hours. ZCuisine is far superior - if only you could get in. There's a reason Indulge is empty most of the time.

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