Las Vegas is famous for its Korean Barbecue restaurants. Whether you’re looking for an all-you-can-eat Korean BBQ, 24-hour Korean BBQ, or a cheap KBBQ spot on the Strip, you’ll have no shortage of options in Las Vegas.
After getting some recommendations from a few local friends, I decided to try out all of the most popular Korean BBQ restaurants myself to see which ones are the best. After eating nonstop bulgogi and galbi for a month, I’m convinced these are the best Korean BBQ restaurants in Las Vegas.
Best Korean BBQ in Las Vegas
1. Moo Woo Korean BBQ
Moo Woo Korean BBQ is located in the northwestern part of the city, far away from the Strip. There’s no AYCE menu, but their combo meals are extremely affordable. A group of 2-3 people can eat for $53, while a group of 3-4 can get a full meal for $85.
Entrees at Moo Woo include rib-eye steak, spicy chicken, prime pork belly, garlic shrimp, calamari, mackerel, and tofu. There are also some delicious stews available for $10-$15.
- Location: 5770 Centennial Center Blvd #150, Las Vegas, NV
- Price range: $15-$20 per person
2. Gen Korean BBQ House
Gen Korean BBQ is an excellent Korean restaurant located about 5 minutes from the Strip in Chinatown. They offer an extensive AYCE (all-you-can-eat) menu for $25.99 per person. There are a total of 31 different menu options, including premium steak, spicy pork belly, beef bulgogi, and garlic chicken.
You cannot take any food to go, and there is a 90-minute limit before you stop getting served. Also, the entire party must order the same menu. Children under 40 inches eat for free, and kids between 40-50 inches tall can eat for only $9.99.
- Location: 5125 W Sahara Ave, Las Vegas, NV
- Price range: $25.99 per person
3. Hobak Korean BBQ
At Hobak Korean BBQ, you have your choice of different types of meat, like certified Angus beef, pork, and bulgogi (I recommend their skirt steak and short ribs). Plus, there is a dry-aging menu if you’re looking for something with extra flavor. Hobak doesn’t have an AYCE menu however, it offers family combo meals for $91.75 (small) and $132.75 (large). The menu says that the small family combo feeds 2 people, but the portion sizes are so large that it could probably feed 3-4.
If you order individual menu items expect to pay between $30-$50 a person. Sides of corn, cheese, rice, noodles, and stews are also available for an additional $10-$15. If you’re in a hurry, Hobak offers bento boxes to-go ($15-$20). You can order delivery through Uber Eats.
- Location: 5808 Spring Mountain Rd #101, Las Vegas
- Price range: $20-$50 per person
4. 888 Korean BBQ
888 Korean BBQ has one of the largest menus of any Korean restaurant in Las Vegas. They offer 3 main all-you-can-eat menus, each of which comes with a variety of appetizers and about 10-20 different samplers. The black Angus menu is the cheapest and costs $21.95/person. The prime menu is the most popular, costing $25.95/person. And the premium Kobe Style menu costs $35.95/person.
Some of the meats available at this Korean BBQ house include pork, beef, chicken, octopus, oysters, and squid. The entire menu is all-you-can-eat except for a few dishes on the Kobe menu (some items have a limit of 1). There is a 90-minute time limit, but kids eat here at half price.
Where to find the 888 Korean BBQ Las Vegas menu?
At the time of writing, 888 Korean BBQ Las Vegas doesn’t have a website. If you’re looking for more information about them, I wrote a more in-depth article about their menu, prices, and hours.
- Location: 4215 Spring Mountain Rd, Las Vegas
- Price range: $22-$36 per person
5. Kimchi Restaurant
Kimchi Restaurant is a Korean barbecue joint located across the street from Resorts World on Las Vegas Blvd. They offer an AYCE BBQ menu starting at $32/person. There are a ton of choices on the menu, including brisket, sirloin, chicken teriyaki, spicy chicken, pork belly, and bulgogi.
There is a 60-minute time limit on the all-you-can-eat menu, but like many Las Vegas restaurants, kids eat at half price. Kimchi Restaurant also offers an expansive AYCE sushi menu for $32 a person. You get both quality and quantity here.
- Location: 3049 S Las Vegas Blvd STE 14, Las Vegas
- Price range: $32-$45 per person
6. 8oz Korean Steak House and Bar
8 Ounce Korean Steak House serves authentic Korean BBQ in Chinatown Las Vegas. You can order both a la carte and combination options here. The combos will get you the best deal. They cost between $68-$92 for 2-3 people, depending on the type of meat you choose.
Some menu items include beef belly, beef tongue, rib eye, pork belly, pork collar, filet mignon, garlic chicken, scallop, and lobster. You won’t be disappointed at 8oz Korean Steakhouse. Both the service and food here are among the best in Vegas. I particularly like their pork cooked on the grill and the seafood.
- Location: 4545 Spring Mountain Road B#105, Las Vegas
- Price range: $25-$40 per person
7. Best Friend
Best Friend is a BBQ joint found inside the Park MGM, making it the only Korean restaurant inside of a Las Vegas hotel. The restaurant is owned by Roy Choi, who created the gourmet Korean-Mexican Kogi Taco Truck. Best Friend doesn’t open until 5pm, but they remain open until 11pm every day.
The popular chef menu here costs $69 a person and includes dishes like Kogi tacos, Kalbi, and Kimchi fried rice. You can also order individual items off the menu like Kogi short rig tacos, BBQ veg, lamb lollipops, pork choppers, and ramen.
- Location: Park MGM (3770 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas)
- Price range: $20-$70 per person
8. Master Kim’s Korean BBQ
Maser Kim’s Korean BBQ is one of the few certified Angus beef AYCE Korean restaurants in Las Vegas. They have a unique setup where your food arrives on a conveyor belt. Master Kim’s has 2 locations in Las Vegas, one on the Strip and one off the Strip.
One of their specialties is their bibimbap (rice topped with sautéed vegetables, beef, and a fried egg). The restaurant also has 3 all-you-can-eat menus for $27.95, $31.95, and $36.95. There is a 90 minutes limit, but children under 10 eat for $10, and children between 4-5ft tall eat for 50% off. Master Kim’s offers delivery as well.
- Location: 7036 S Durango Dr #100, Las Vegas
- Location 2: 6825 S Las Vegas Blvd Suite #110, Las Vegas
- Price range: $28-$37 per person
9. Yukga Korean BBQ
Yukga Korean BBQ is located on the west side of Las Vegas, near the Red Rock Casino. They have an excellent all you can eat menu that features beef, chicken, pork, and seafood. However, all guests must order the same menu, and there is a 90-minute limit.
If you’re not as hungry, you can also order a number of cheaper entrees off the menu, like beef tarter bi bim bap and prime bulgogi with broth. The restaurant is open every day from 11am-11pm.
- Location: 9410 W Sahara Ave #150, Las Vegas
- Price range: $28-$41 per person
10. Biwon Korean BBQ and Sushi
Biwon Korean BBQ is located about a block off of the Las Vegas Strip. This KBBQ spot offers you the choice between AYCE Korean BBQ or AYCE sushi. They have two Korean barbecue options: regular ($24.95) and premium ($29.95). The AYCE sushi menu gives you a combination of sushi and BBQ options, so it’s a bit more expensive at $39.95.
Some of the meats include marinated pork, marinated chicken, bulgogi, short rib, and beef brisket. You can also order individual sushi items off of the menu for under $10. Like most AYCE restaurants, there is a time limit (60 minutes on lunch and 90 minutes on dinner), but they offer discounts to kids.
- Location: 2721 W Sahara Ave, Las Vegas
- Price range: $25-$40 per person
11. Honey Pig Korean BBQ
Honey Pig is one of the most affordable Las Vegas Korean BBQ spots. It’s located just a few minutes south of the Strip and offers a $19.95 AYCE lunch special and a $28.95 dinner special. You’ll have a difficult time trying to find a better deal on Korean BBQ in Las Vegas.
If you’re not hungry enough for an all-you-can-eat meal, Honey Pig makes it extremely easy to order individual menu items online. They have several cheap lunch boxes available for under $15. Their stews and soups are also top-notch.
- Location: 9550 S Eastern Ave, Las Vegas, Las Vegas
- Price range: $20-$29 per person
12. Hanu Korean BBQ
Hanu Korean BBQ is one of the many KBBQ spots in Chinatown. Hanu is in the same location as the old Dae Jang Keum Korean BBQ. If you liked the food at DJK, the food at Hanu is even better.
The AYCE menu here costs between $24.95 and $38.95 depending on which option you go with. They have a wide selection of meats available, like Cajun butter shrimp, Angus beef boneless short rib, beef skirt steak, marinated BBQ pork, spicy chicken, and baby octopus.
- Location: 3943 Spring Mountain Rd, Las Vegas
- Price range: $25-$39 per person
13. Goong Korean BBQ Restaurant
Goong Korean BBQ can be found in the southern part of the city. This is a formal restaurant with a traditional Korean feel. They even have a customary seating option where they give you cushions, and you sit on the floor (booths are available as well if you prefer using a chair). If you’ve visited Korea, you’ll feel at home here.
Goong has a $24.95 all-you-can-eat option but is better known for its a la carte menu and delicious wagyu. I highly recommend this place if you’re looking for a unique experience with superb food. You’ll find plenty of similar reviews online.
- Location: 7729 S Rainbow Blvd #5, Las Vegas
- Price range: $24.95-$35.95 per person
14. Arirang Korean BBQ
Arirang Korean BBQ is located about 10 minutes off of the Strip. They have a premium all-you-can-eat menu featuring beef bulgogi, pork bulgogi, pork belly, teriyaki chicken, shrimp, and beef tongue.
There are plenty of sides available as well, including egg rolls and corn cheese. The lunch menu presents a terrific deal at $20.95/person but is only served from 11am-3pm. After that time, the prices rise to $23.95 or $27.95 depending on what you order, which is still a bargain.
- Location: 1370 E Flamingo Rd, Las Vegas
- Price range: $21-$28 per person
15. Ginseng Korean BBQ
Ginseng Korean BBQ is conveniently located on the Las Vegas Strip, between the MGM Grand and Planet Hollywood. This restaurant has a great AYCE deal for $29 a person. If you visit before 5pm, it’s actually only $26.
At Ginseng, you have a ton of meats to choose from, like chicken teriyaki, roasted shrimp, beef short rib, and spicy pork. If you order individually, there are about 50 different side dishes on the menu, including bibimbap, galbi, and kimchi.
- Location: 3765 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas
- Price range: $26-$29 per person
16. Captain 6 Korean BBQ
Captain 6 Korean BBQ is a newer restaurant located in Chinatown. This is one of my favorite KBBQ restaurants in Las Vegas because of the quality of their food and the fair prices. Captain 6 has a $24.94 AYCE special that includes beef short ribs, pork belly, jalapeno beef belly, pork kalbi, ribeye bulgogi, squid, and Cajun chicken, among other meats.
If you get the AYCE special, you also get the Captain’s BBQ special, which includes beef tomahawk kalbi, rib eye, filet mignon, and spicy pork tomahawk. This is one of Vegas’s best-kept secrets. Very few people know about Captain 6 Korean BBQ since they don’t even have a website. Their servers are amazing.
- Location: 5416 Spring Mountain Rd #104, Las Vegas
- Price range: $24.95 per person
Best All You Can Eat Korean BBQ Restaurant in Las Vegas
Not all Korean barbecue restaurants offer an all-you-can-eat option. There are several AYCE Korean BBQ places in Las Vegas. Picking out the best one comes down to personal preference, but here are my top 5:
- Gen Korean BBQ House
- 888 Korean BBQ
- Master Kim’s
- Captain 6
Best Korean BBQ on the Las Vegas Strip
Most Las Vegas visitors aren’t going to leave the Strip. Even if you’re willing to check out some of the local KBBQ spots, it’s going to be expensive to get to them if you don’t have a car. Fortunately, there are a handful of Korean BBQ restaurants that are located directly on the Las Vegas Strip. They include:
- Best Friend
- Kimchi Restaurant
Biwon Korean BBQ is also located near the Strip (within 5 minutes) but not directly on it. Dining here without a ride isn’t too difficult.
Korean BBQ Restaurants in Chinatown Las Vegas
The Chinatown Plaza is located on Spring Mountain Road, which is about 10-15 minutes off the Las Vegas Strip. If you’re willing to take the trip over there, you’ll find dozens of authentic Asian restaurants. The list of Korean BBQ restaurants located in Chinatown includes:
- Captain 6
- 8oz Korean Steak House and Bar
- 888 Korean BBQ
There is also Island Style, which serves Asian, Korean, and Hawaiian cuisines. Grabbing a table at any of these places is a great experience for either lunch or dinner.
24 Hour Korean BBQ in Las Vegas
There are currently no 24-hour Korean BBQ restaurants in Las Vegas. However, there are a few places that are open late. They include:
- Kimchi Restaurant – Open until 4am daily
- Biwon Korean BBQ & Sushi – Open until 2am daily
- Hwaro – Open until 2am daily
- Hanu – Open until 2am daily
- 8oz Steak House – Open until 2am Friday-Sunday (open until 12am Monday-Thursday)
- Soyo Korean Restaurant – Open until 4am Friday-Saturday (open until 3am Monday-Thursday) (Sunday closes at 1:30am)
While not specifically Korean barbeque, you can find some 24-hour Asian restaurants in Chinatown Las Vegas. Pho Kim Long (Vietnamese/Chinese) and Shokku Ramen (Japanese) are both open all day.
Cheap Korean BBQ Las Vegas
Every Korean BBQ restaurant offers different portion sizes on its main menu. So there is no perfect way to tell which one is truly the cheapest.
But if you’re looking for AYCE, I can tell you some restaurants are certainly cheaper than others. These are the cheapest all-you-can-eat Korean BBQ restaurants on a per person basis:
- 888 Korean BBQ
- Moo Woo Korean BBQ
- Honey Pig Korean BBQ
- Arirang Korean BBQ
Korean BBQ Restaurant Map
Need to find Korean BBQ Las Vegas? If you’re looking for the Korean BBQ restaurant closest to you, check out the map below. You’ll find all of the restaurants mentioned in this article on there.
Korean Food Restaurants in Vegas
There are so many great Korean food restaurants in the city and more are popping up all the time. Most of the time you’re going to be dining in Chinatown, but there are also a few places found back at the Las Vegas hotels on the Strip. I hope I brought some hidden restaurants to your attention since many spots don’t have a website (they are only on Facebook or Yelp).