And Dae Gee soon had fans of Korean barbecue in hog heaven, especially with its all-you-can eat lunch and dinner options. Here's our description of Dae Gee from the Best of Denver 2014:
Denver may not have an official Koreatown, but it has a large Korean population -- and an impressive number of places where you can sample cabbage kimchi, zucchini-studded pancakes and sizzling bibimbap. Most of the metro area's Korean restaurants are in Aurora, but when we're jonesing for a fix, we head to Arvada's Dae Gee. The name translates to "pig out," and that's precisely what you'll do as you dive into unlimited cook-your-own barbecue, dropping meats into the hot skillets that center the tables, then pulling out the caramelized flesh and lubricating it with hot chile sauce squeezed from a squirt bottle, then wrapping the meat with other condiments in leafy lettuce wraps. As at most Korean restaurants, a parade of banchan -- small bowls of sides -- precedes the meal, and truth be told, they're a meal in themselves.Hungry yet? Watch for the Denver Dae Gee to open its doors next month.