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SILLA KOREAN BARBECUE

3005 S. Peoria St. • 303.338.5070 sillabbq.com • Lunch, dinner daily Beer, wine • $$$ • Reservations available Silla specializes in traditional Korean cuisine including the famous tabletop BBQ but many return for the restaurant’s other regional specialties. In summer savor buckwheat noodles in cool broth with vegetables, beef and a hardboiled egg. Surprise your taste buds with broiled mackerel. In the worth-thedrive category are the spicy kimchi dumplings and oyster pancakes.

TOFU HOUSE KOREAN RESTAURANT

2353 S. Havana St. • 303.751.2840 11 a.m.-10 p.m. Tue.-Sun., Closed Mon. • $ Enjoy authentic Korean fare at the Tofu House. This neighborhood spot specializes in soups and stews, but also offers a variety of other options. Try the soft tofu soup (sundubu jjigae). Enjoy a variety of sides with your entrée including fried fish filet, kimchi and pickled radish.

YONG GUNG DRAGON PALACE

2040 S. Havana St. • 303.751.0014 Lunch, dinner daily • $$

A fusion of Korean and Chinese cuisines, Yong Gung Dragon Palace is all about noodles, including cold noodles–typical in Korea during the summer. It is well-known for its Jajangmyeon, black bean sauce noodles, and Jjamppong, a hot and spicy seafood noodle soup. Because of the many nuances in each dish on the menu. It is worth it to spend some time with the menu. But if you like Chinese and Korean, you probably can’t go wrong with your selection. The restaurant offers summer and lunch specials.

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