Top Five Korean Barbecue Restaurants in Las Vegas

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When you want good Korean barbecue, head down Spring Mountain Road to Chinatown, where you can practically throw a rock and find authentic fare. Korean barbecue, or gogi gui, offers you a shot at grilling your own beef, pork, chicken or other meet at a grill in the center of your table. So grab a group of friends, pick out a bunch of meats and have some fun at these Korean barbecue restaurants in Las Vegas.

1 Mother's Korean Grill

Here you can find a roomy restaurant with staff that can help you pick out your meats. The pork and beef aren’t overwhelming with spices, making this a nice introduction to Korean barbecue. Most of the Kim Chi is milder as well.

Mother's Korean Grill
4215 Spring Mountain Rd

2 Korean Garden BBQ House

Here you can cook your dishes at the table or ask the kitchen to cook it for you. Try the Galbee, a grilled marinated beef rib, the Bogogi, tender beef that cooks in the flash of an eye, or the Dwaeji Bolgogi, pork seasoned with Korean spices.

Korean Garden BBQ House
4355 Spring Mountain Road

3 Sura BBQ Buffet

This buffet lets you pick out the meats you want and cook then at your table. Try the Galbi and Bulgogi here.

Sura BBQ Buffet
4480 Spring Mountain Road

4 Woo Che

Woo Che offers another buffet experience. The beef brisket, tongue and pork belly, which cooks up like a fatty bacon, are popular. We like the Galbi, marinated spare ribs with a sweet and sour flavor.

Woo Che
4711 Spring Mountain Road

5 Gin Seng Korean BBQ II

If you prefer an experience on the Strip, and open 24 hours, try Gin Seng Korean BBQ. The prices on the menu are a bit higher than you will find in Chinatown, but when you have that craving at 3 a.m., you know they will be open.

Gin Seng Korean BBQ II
3765 Las Vegas Blvd. S.

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