Aurora is home to 24+ Korean-style restaurants with flavors, entrees, and heartwarming stews that will leave a lasting impression. Here are our top picks.
Tastefully described as "overwhelming delicious", Dae Gee is a must-stop place for authentic Korean BBQ complete with bold flavors, crunchy veggies, and balanced dishes. Diners rave about their sliced pork belly (samgyeobsal) and kimchi.
Have you ever wanted a dumpling the size of your face? Enter Seoul Mandoo. This new Korean restaurant serves up authentic, jumbo-sized dumplings. Get them steamed or fried! Diners love their kimchi, veggie, and galbi (Korean BBQ) flavors.
From soups and stews, hot pot, and noodle dishes – you really can't go wrong with Manna Korean Food. Overflowing with flavor, their stew menu is expansive and a top pick for local foodies. Go for the spicy beef, short rib, or seafood. Or try something different like the Al-tang, spicy fish roe with intestines.
A hidden gem, Silla Restaurant has tabletop BBQs and a menu filled with traditional eats, including spicy stews. Gather the crew for an evening of Korean BBQ; you won't regret it. Or order the nengmyun – a cold noodle dish that one diner described as perfect.
With limited indoor seating, Woo Ri Korean is ideal for the grab-and-go diner. Do not pass on the homemade kimchi; diners rave about it. Other must-eats include spicy pork, tofu stew, bibimbap served in a stone bowl called a dolsot.
Located in Havana Street's heart, Seoul Korean BBQ & Hot Pot combines the spice of Korean eats with traditional hot pot. Diners rave about their fresh ingredients, like mushrooms, shredded carrots, spinach, and raw shrimp. Visitors can choose between six different broth types, including spicy miso and seafood, alongside more than 12 other meat and seafood options. The flavor combinations are truly endless!
Enjoy Korean-Chinese flavor combinations at Yong Gung. This restaurant is perfect for groups trying Korean food for the first time; there are American-Chinese menu items (including crab meat rangoons) alongside traditional Korean entrees like jiam bong, spicy seafood, and pork noodle soup.
Get ready for some fun! DAE BAK is a Korean-style bar serving rice-fired chicken, bubbling hot pots, and international drinks, including soju and beer. Diners love their laid-back atmosphere and their karaoke machines.
Step into the coolest Korean fried chicken restaurant in the Denver metro. With the only U.S. locations in Los Angeles and Aurora, CO, you'll definitely want to try this international cuisine. Enjoy Korean-style fried chicken, a full bar, drink specials, and a casual/fun atmosphere that will keep you ordering a few more drinks.
Described as one of the best Korean fried chicken locations in Aurora, Vons Chicken is a must. With a simple menu, it makes it easy to find something to love. From sweet to spicy, their fried chicken comes in a variety of flavors. Consider getting the full size to split with your family or order something just for you during lunch. Check out their sides, especially the cheddar french fries.
Mr. Kim Korean BBQ, recently listed in the 10 Best Korean Restaurants in Denver, is your place for table BBQ and more. Frequent diners rave about their chicken bulgogi and their cozy atmosphere. If you're taking the crew out for dinner, consider calling ahead and getting a private space to enhance your dining experience. Their wide-variety lunch and dinner menus are bound to please the most adventurous (and cautious) of eaters.
Tofu House has just about everything with tabletop grills for Korean BBQ and a massive selection of soups and stews. Go for the Soondubu, a dish filled with soft tofu, mushrooms, onions, oysters, mussels, clams, beef, and topped off with gochujang and gochu garu for that out-of-this-world spice and flavor.