888 Korean BBQ Las Vegas: Prices, Menu & Reservations

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While recently trying to make a reservation at 888 Korean BBQ Las Vegas, I had a difficult time finding information about them online. After a few minutes of searching, I realized that the restaurant doesn’t currently have a website.

So after eating at 888 Korean BBQ, I decided to write this article to give other people some basic information about the restaurant. This post will cover the menu, prices, hours, location, and how to make a reservation.

888 Korean BBQ Las Vegas Menu

888 Korean BBQ has an extensive menu, making it one of the best places to eat Korean BBQ in Las Vegas. There are 3 main all-you-can-eat menus at the restaurant:

  • A. Black Angus – Adults: $21.95 (Kids ages 6-12 cost $9.95)
  • B. Prime – Adults: $25.95 (Kids ages 6-12 cost $12.95)
  • C. Kobe Style – Adults: $35.95 (Kids ages 6-12 cost $18.95)

All of these prices are per person, and there is a 90-minute time limit on all AYCE (all-you-can-eat) orders. According to the AYCE rules, everyone in your party has to order the same menu, and you cannot take any leftovers to-go.

Each of the all-you-can-eat menus comes has 3 different sections: Appetizers, BBQ Items, and Stews. I’ll give you a glimpse of the individual menu items below.

Appetizers – AYCE

Menu A – Black Angus

  • Mini Tacos Shrimp
  • Chicken Karaage
  • Steamed Egg
  • Sweet Corn Cheese
  • Cold Tofu
  • Shrimp Tempura
  • Fried Dumpling
  • Chicken Wings
  • Cream Cheese Wonton
  • Seaweed Salad
  • Vegetable Spring Roll
  • Salmon Poke

Everything on the black Angus menu plus:

  • Oysters (2 pieces)
  • Japanese Lasagna
  • Jackpot Roll
  • Popcorn Roll
  • Dragon Roll

Everything on the black Angus and prime menus plus:

  • Kobe Carpaccio (limit 1)
  • Chicken Karaage

BBQ Items – AYCE

Menu A – Black Angus

  • Beef Brisket
  • Rib Eye Steak (limit 1)
  • Sampler Kurobuta Pork Belly
  • Beef Belly
  • Thinly Sliced Kurobuta Park Belly
  • Crown Beef Tongue
  • LA Kalbi (limit 1)
  • Beef Bulgogi
  • Kurobuta Park Toro
  • Small Intestine
  • Large Intestine
  • Jidori Chicken Bulgogi
  • Jidori Chicken Spicy
  • Surume Ika Squid
  • Garlic Baby Octopus
  • Shrimp Garlic
  • King Oyster Mushrooms
  • Garlic Tofu Steak
  • Zuchini
  • White Rice

Menu B – Prime

Everything on the black Angus menu plus:

  • Filet Mignon (limit 1)
  • Price Kalbi Chuck Garlic
  • Fatty Rib (limit 1)
  • Prime Kalbi Chick Miso

Menu C – Kobe Style

Everything on the black Angus and prime menus plus:

  • Kobe Beef (limit 1)
  • Kobe Brisket (limit 1)
  • Kobe Fatty Rib (limit 1)
  • Prime Korean Kalbi (limit 1)

Stews – AYCE

The stews are the same for all menus:

  • Seafood Miso Stew
  • Soft Tofu Stew
  • Fried Rice

Please note: The menu items and prices may change in the future.

888 Korean BBQ Las Vegas Prices

The all-you-can-eat menu at 888 Korean BBQ offers you the best deal. As mentioned in the previous section, AYCE costs between $22-$36 depending on which option you go with (see options below). Kids are half price.

  • A. Black Angus – Adults: $21.95 (Kids ages 6-12 cost $9.95)
  • B. Prime – Adults: $25.95 (Kids ages 6-12 cost $12.95)
  • C. Kobe Style – Adults: $35.95 (Kids ages 6-12 cost $18.95)

If you prefer to order a la carte, there’s a seperate menu for that. Individually, most items on the most cost between $2-$10 depending on what you get.

In addition to the sit-down menus, there is also a cheaper to-go menu. Most of the to-go items cost under $10. Here is a look at the to-go menu:

$1 To-Go Menu

  • Japchae (Korean Glass Noodles)
  • Kimchi
  • Pickle
  • Macaroni Salad
  • Radish Pickle
  • Steamed Rice
  • Miso Soup

$2 To-Go Menu

  • House Salad
  • Seaweed Salad
  • Edamame
  • King Oyster Mushroom

$3 To-Go Menu

  • Cream Cheese Wonton
  • Fried Dumpling
  • Chicken Karaage
  • Salmon Poke

$4 To-Go Menu

  • Spicy Pork
  • Spicy Chicken
  • Bulgogi Chicken
  • Asparagus Bacon

$5 To-Go Menu

  • Bulgogi
  • Pork Belly
  • Crispy Rice with Spicy Tuna

$6 To-Go Menu

  • Kalbi

888 Korean BBQ Las Vegas Reservations

When I called to make a reservation at 888 Korean BBQ, they said that they were first-come, first-serve only. This restaurant is extremely popular and gets busy quickly, so I recommend that you get here as early as possible.

Looking at reviews online, other people have said that they only take reservations for parties of 8 or more, but it seems like that policy has recently changed. A few other reviews also mentioned that you can sign up for a Yelp waitlist.

I didn’t try the waitlist myself, but you can get on it by simply visiting the 888 Korean BBQ Yelp page and entering your information. You want to do this at least a day in advance since they cut the list off after it’s filled up.

888 Korean BBQ Contact Information

  • Phone number: (702) 463-9993
  • Address: 4215 Spring Mountain Rd B107 Las Vegas, NV 89102

Hours of Operation for 888 Korean BBQ

888 Korean BBQ is open from 11:30 am to 12:00 am (midnight). Those are their current hours, but they may change in the future. Since they don’t have a website, it’s hard to know when the hours of operation change.

Where is the 888 Korean BBQ website?

The 888 Korean BBQ website looks like it was either taken or stopped getting updated. Their Yelp page links to “888koreanbbq.com,” but that link doesn’t take you anywhere. They also have Facebook and Instagram pages, but it doesn’t look like they post much.

But don’t worry, they are still in business. The best way to contact them is by calling.

888 Japanese BBQ Las Vegas

888 Japanese BBQ Las Vegas is the sister restaurant of 888 Korean BBQ. They opened in February of 2022, and have a very similar setup to the Korean restaurant. 888 Japanese BBQ has 3 similarly priced all-you-can-eat menus. You can find their contact info below.

  • Phone number: (702) 476-5033
  • Address: 3550 S Decatur Blvd Las Vegas, NV 89103

Other Korean Restaurants in Chinatown

If you’re really in the mood for Korean barbecue and 888 Korean BBQ is busy, there are a few other Korean restaurants in the area. Near the Chinatown subsection of Las Vegas, you’ll find a couple other Korean restaurants including:

  • Hobak Korean BBQ
  • Captain 6 Korean BBQ
  • 8oz Korean Steak House and Bar
  • Hanu Korean BBQ
  • Gen Korean BBQ House