I’ve been on a mission lately, trying to find the best places to eat hot pot in Las Vegas. I decided to give Alleyway Hot Pot a try but had some difficulty finding information about the restaurant online.
If you’re having the same issue as I did, this article should help answer any questions you have about Alleyway Hot Pot Las Vegas. This post will cover the menu, prices, location, and hours of operation. I’ll also touch on my experience eating here.
Alleyway Hot Pot Las Vegas Prices
Alleyway is not an all-you-can-eat hot pot restaurant. You must order menu items off of the menu individually. So let’s start with the appetizers.
There are currently 6 appetizers on the menu at Alleyway, they include:
- Pan Fried Pork Dumplings – $4.50
- Honey Chicken Wings – $6.50
- Steamed Lettuce – $4
- Scallion Pork Gravy Rice – $2.50
- Cracken – $11
- Garlic Beef or Pork Belly – $5.25
- Holy Cow – $6.50
I highly recommend the Craken, which is a deep-fried giant squid. It’s enormous and cooked perfectly. The Scallion Pork Gravy Rice is really good as well.
Please note that the prices may change in the future (this goes for the entire menu).
Alleyway Hot Pot Menu
The first thing you do when ordering your hot pot is select a spice level. There are 5 levels to choose from that range from no spiciness all the way to flaming. Next, you get to pick your side dish, which is either rice or vermicelli (pasta).
Then you can select one of 12 different hot pots to cook on your burner. These are the different flavors:
Tonkontsu ($14.95) – Pork / Udon (noodles) / Spam / Fish Meat Ball / Meat Ball / Tofu / Quil Egg / Corn / Potato Mushroom / Napa (cabbage) / Potato / Green Onion
Sukiyaki ($14.95) – Sliced Beef / Udon / Mussel / Fish Meat Ball / Cabbagge / Meat Ball / Konjac / Mushroom / Corn / Brocoli / Shrimp / Fried Tofu Skin / Tofu / Seaweed / Green Onion
Golden Pumpkin ($14.95) – Pork / Vermicelli / Potato / Shrimp / Crab / Fish Meat Mall / Napa / Taro / Tomato / Potato / Cilantro / Fish / Seaweed
Stinky Tofu ($15.95) – Pork / Vermicelli / Park Intestines / Shrimp / Mussel / Tofu / Fish Meat Ball / Mushroom / Konjac / Quail Egg / Mustard / Green Onion / Corn / Spam
Mushroom Veggie ($15.95) – Udon / Mushroom / Broccoli / Tofu / Konjac / Corn / Tomato / Lettuce / Taro / Seaweed
Sea Salt Cream Tomato ($16.55) – Tomato / Beef / Vermicelli / Shrimp / Spam / Napa / Fish Meat Ball / Corn / Meat Ball / Mushroom / Sea Salt Cream / Potato / Fried Tofu Skin / Knojac
Szechwan Spicy ($16.95) – Beef / Vermicelli / Spam / Squid / Shrimp / Fish Meat Ball / Meat Ball / Mushroom / Seaweed / Potatoe / Cabbage / Corn / Konjac / Cilantro / Mushroom / Fired Tofu Skin
Korean Kimchi ($16.55) – Kimchi / Beef / Instant Noodle / Spam / Shrimp / Squid / Mussel / Fish Meat Ball / Meat Ball / Mushroom / Seaweed / Cheese / Cabbage / Green Onion / Rice Cake / Tofu
Fish & Lamb ($16.95) – Lamb / Fish / Vermicelli / Mustard / Fish Meat Ball / Tomato / Napa / Spam / Corn / Meat Ball / Mushroom / Tofu / Green Onion / Pickles / Seaweed
Coconut Curry ($16.55) – Beef / Vermicelli / Shrimp / Squid / Mussel / Potato / Fish Meat Ball / Mushroom / Corn / Napa / Brocolli / Fried Tofu Skin / Crab
Spicy Green Pepper ($16.95) – Fish / Shrimp / Lamb / Vermicelli / Squid / Mussel / Mushroom / Corn / Cilantro / Brocolli / Meat Ball / Potato / Napa
Seafood ($19.95) – Udon / Crab / Shrimp / Fish / Oyster / Scallop / Mussel / Squid / Fish Tofu / Tofu / Corn / Mushroom / Seaweed / Lettuce
You can also order additional items that aren’t in your specific hot pot, but it costs extra. Most of the add ons cost between $2 and $6. Here are a few of them:
- Sliced Beef
- Sliced Pork
- Fish Balls
- Sweet Corn
Drinks and Desserts
The entire drink menu at Alleyway Hot Pot costs between $2 and $5. These are some of your drink options:
- Sparkling Water
- Truly Hard Seltzer
There are also two desserts on the menu. You can get the Mango Pomelo Sago or the Brown Sugar Ice Jelly. Both desserts cost about $5.
If you eat here between 11am and 3pm (Monday-Friday only), Alleyway will give you complimentary tea.
Alleyway Hot Pot Reservations and Hours
Before eating at Alleyway, I tried to find their website, but it doesn’t seem like they currently have one. Their Yelp page doesn’t have much information either.
The restaurant doesn’t take reservations, but you typically won’t need one. Alleyway Hot Pot doesn’t get that busy during the day, however, business seems to peak around 7pm. I recommend that you try to get here before 7 to avoid the lines, especially on weekends.
They are open every day from 11am to 10pm. I included their contact information below.
Alleyway Hot Pot Contact Information
- Phone number: (725) 205-3661
- Address: 7385 S Rainbow Blvd STE 120, Las Vegas
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Although it’s not all-you-can-eat, Alleyway is one of the best hot pots in Las Vegas right now. You still get plenty of food, and it’s slightly more affordable than the AYCE places. I particularly liked the tonkostu hot pot, but the other flavors are excellent as well. I recommend that you try eating at Alleyway Hot Pot, especially if you live in the southwestern part of Las Vegas.