Kogi Korean BBQ Las Vegas [AYCE Menu & Reservations]

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Kogi Korean BBQ and Seafood Hotpot is one of the best places to eat Korean BBQ in Las Vegas. I’ve heard a lot about this restaurant, so I recently went out of my way to try them out.

There isn’t a whole lot of information available about Kogi online, so I’ll go over some of the basics in the article. I’ll cover everything you need to know, including the menu, prices, and how to make reservations.

Kogi Las Vegas All-You-Can-Eat Menu & Prices

Kogi Korean BBQ Las Vegas is known for its AYCE (all-you-can-eat) BBQ and seafood menus. When you go to order, you’ll notice that there are two different price points.

  • Lunch/Late-night Special – $24.95 (Kids ages 4-7 cost $15.95)
  • All Day Special – $28.95 (Kids ages 6-12 cost $18.95)

The lunch special is only available Monday-Friday from 11am-4pm (it’s also available from 10pm to close every day). The all-day special is what you pay after 4pm, and on weekends and holidays.

AYCE Rules

If you’re new to Korean BBQ, you should know that there is a 90-minute time limit on AYCE orders. Also, you can be charged for anything that you do not finish, so don’t order more than you can handle.

  • Leftovers will be charged
  • 90-minute time limit
  • Parties of 4 or more will be charged an additional 15% service fee
  • No sharing unless everyone in your party orders the same menu

The Kogi menu has over 70 total items available, spread out into several sections (the menu is very similar to Hwaro Las Vegas). I’ll cover what those menu items are below. Please note that the menu and prices may change in the future.


There over 20 appetizers on the menu. I highly recommend the volcano steamed egg, but all of the appetizers looked good. Just note that some items are limited to one per table.

  • Crab and spicy tuna mix
  • Jalapeno pepper
  • Shrimp tempura
  • Egg roll
  • Gyoza
  • Truffle French fries
  • Korean fried chicken
  • Honey mustard chicken
  • Chicken karaage
  • Soy garlic chicken
  • Edamame
  • Spicy garlic edamame
  • Bulgogi nacho
  • Japche (pasta)
  • Volcano steamed egg
  • Baked mussel
  • Pang
  • Oyster
  • Creamy shrimp
  • Potato lasagna
  • Crab poke rice

Salad & Noodles

There are 3 salad options on the menu.

  • Seaweed salad
  • House salad
  • K. green onion salad

Plus, 2 choices for noodles.

  • Ramen
  • Glass noodles

Banchan (side dishes)

There are several side dishes available at Kogi. I highly recommend the corn cheese and kimchi.

  • Corn cheese
  • Garlic butter
  • Sliced jalapeno
  • Cucumber kimchi
  • Kimchi
  • Pickled radish jalapeno
  • Fishcake
  • Potato salad
  • Radish wrap
  • SsamJang
  • Lava Sauce
  • Cheese fondue
  • Steamed rice

Hot Pots

Next, you can choose 1 of the 4 hot pots.

  • Soon Du Boo (spicy soft tofu)
  • Shabu Shabu (beef broth)
  • Bulkogi Sukioyaki (prime ribeye)
  • Vegetable & Mushrooms (vegetarian broth)


When it comes to the actual BBQ options, you have about a dozen meats to choose from.

  • Beef brisket
  • Beef belly
  • Beef tongue
  • Sliced ribeye bulgogi
  • Pork belly
  • Signature pork cheek
  • Park Kalbi
  • Jalapeno Ponzu beef belly
  • Chicken bulgogi
  • Cajun chicken
  • Spicy pork
  • Spicy chicken
  • Spicy pork rib
  • Spicy squid

All Day Specials

If you order the all-day menu, you’ll have access to some additional meats. For this reason, I recommend ordering from the all-day menu since it’s only $5 more expensive.

  • Enkoki beef
  • Prime short rib
  • Beef flank
  • Spicy short rib
  • Daikon steak
  • King’s kabli
  • Harami miso (outside skirt steak)
  • Prime ribeye steak
  • Beef tomahawk
  • Green tea prime pork belly
  • Miso prime pork belly
  • Wine prime pork belly
  • Jalapeno spicy prime pork belly
  • Baby octopus
  • Butter shrimp


The desserts are limited to one per person.

  • Strawberry mochi ice cream
  • Mango mochi ice cream
  • Vanilla ice cream
  • Green tea ice cream
  • Korean iced coffee
  • Affogato
  • Tiramisu with coffee


Drinks are not included in the all-you-can-eat menu. They must be ordered separately.

  • Soda – $2
  • Iced green tea – $3
  • Hot tea – $2
  • Beer – $4-$8
  • Soju – $12
  • Sake – $12-$17

How to Make a Reservation at Kogi Korean BBQ

Before eating at Kogi, I gave them a call to make a reservation. However, I was told that they only take walk-ins. This is a bit disappointing considering how busy the restaurant gets, but it’s not really a big deal.

If they don’t have seating available when you arrive, you can check in on their list, and they’ll text you when they have a table available. You can find Kogi Korean BBQ in the south part of Las Vegas, a few blocks from the South Point Casino. I included their contact information below.

  • Phone number: (702) 915-7988
  • Address: 1263 E Silverado Ranch Blvd, Las Vegas

Delivery and Takeout at Kogi Korean BBQ

There is an option on Yelp to order takeout and deliver from Kogi. I tried to order online, but it wouldn’t let me actually submit an order. When I talked to an employee at Kogi, he confirmed that takeout is not an option.

I’ve seen some reviews from a few years ago where people mention takeout, but it seems like they no longer have that option. You must order a sit-down meal at the restaurant, which is well worth the trouble!

The prices are in line with what other Korean BBQ restaurants charge for their food.