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Colorado’s Best Korean Food

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Over the years, the media has been feasting on Korean culture, fangirling over the best-looking idols, selling out the top skincare products in the market, and most of all, drooling over Korea’s addictively delicious dishes.

A drastic increase in Korean restaurants around the nation makes it harder for tourists and general families to choose which restaurant to go to for dinner. In order to help you choose your next menu, here’s a list of some of the best Korean food restaurants that give you a little taste of Korea itself

Seoul BBQ
Just a few nights ago, my family and I stood in awe of the incredible renovations of Seoul BBQ on Havana Street. The restaurant has been familiar to me for as long as I have lived, I have been able to taste their delicious pork belly meat (삼겹살) and a large variety of side dishes, known as 반찬. With original origins rooted back to 2007 and unique dishes made in 2024, Seoul BBQ is one of the most timeless Korean restaurants in Colorado to visit.

Tofu House
Another restaurant in Aurora, Colorado is Tofu House. As its name implies, this restaurant specializes in all kinds of soup, with a different spin on tofu. On the building, a sign says “SoGongDong Tofu” and “Since 1962”. Interestingly, the name originates from a town in Seoul, South Korea, which has “become a name brand for tofu in Korea” (onhavanastreet.com). The popularity grew outside of the small peninsula country when it was introduced to L.A., California in the 1980s. So, though its name strings from a long history of tofu in Korea, Tofu House serves a vast array of Korean foods, including stews, meat, and naengmyeon. Also on Havana Street, have a casual and tasty lunch at Tofu House.

Silla
Silla is one of the most local restaurants within the Korean community, walking in knowing you will most likely meet someone you know, enjoying a delicious meal under the same roof as you. Here, you will be able to be served a refreshing, cold bowl of naengmyeon and even bibim naengmyeon. Not conformed to the less accustomed-to-spice tastes commonly found in America, people who prefer spicier dishes do not have to worry about the bowl of noodles being too mild for their taste, but not too spicy so that it is unenjoyable. Pair it with a warm plate of galbi and you can taste the same flavorful gal-naeng. So, if you’re not sure where to go on a warm, probably dry, sunny day in Colorado when you’re craving some cold noodles, head to Silla on Peoria Street- and be ready to say hi to someone you know!

Angry Chicken
Again in Aurora (a seemingly popular place to set up a Korean restaurant), is Angry Chicken, home to a fun and lively (but now crowded!) setting, where you can watch a sports game at the bar or occupy a long table to fit your family and friends. Korean-style fried chicken is what brings many customers to the restaurant, in search of some fun and food. Although it originates with a Korean background in mind, they sell Western-style chicken too. Their chicken sauce menu ranges from Angry sauce (which does make you red in the face while you eat it), honey garlic, and spicy soy, to a classic BBQ and Mango Habanero. You can even go a little crazy and order plain fried chicken, no sauce! Their buzzing environment and colorful variety of chicken are what make Angry Chicken’s experience enjoyable for you and your stomach.

KoBA AYCE
Korean Barbeque- All You Can Eat is one of the most worthwhile experiences you can get when it comes to Korean food, service, music, and even technology! Located in Denver, KoBa AYCE is a bright and lively restaurant where multiple, giant TVs keep customers entertained with K-pop music and music videos as they eat and wait for service robots (with cat faces!) to come around and assist the waiters. Not only that, but the barbecue is mouth-watering and smells like late-night drinking and talking with your friends, being so full but yearning to eat more of that delicious meat. When it comes to the menu, there’s an endless amount of things worth mentioning. One is that everyone in a party (excluding children) must select the same tier, to give the best experience for eating and serving. Another is the huge diversity within appetizers and entrees, appropriate for picky eaters, drinkers, and families. So, head up to KoBa AYCE on Federal Boulevard in Denver and spend an exciting night of food, music, and tech!

By Bahnya Kim

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