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Las Vegas is a city filled with amazing restaurants with cuisine from around the globe. Head to Koreatown, just a 5-minute drive west of the Strip, and you’ll find exquisite Korean food. With so many Korean dining spots to choose from, you won’t know where to go! That’s why we put together this top 10 list of the best Korean restaurants in Vegas. From all-you-can-eat Korean BBQ to Seoul street food, you’ll find just what you’re looking for in this guide.

1. 8 Ounce BBQ

Address: 4545 Spring Mountain Rd B#105, Las Vegas, Nevada 89102

This top-rated Korean Steakhouse located in Koreatown serves the highest quality meats and seafood in a classy industrial-style dining room. Their meats are marinated for two days and cooked right at your table by a friendly and entertaining grill master. Locals love this restaurant because it offers an exciting dining experience and authentic Korean flavors.

Your table will be filled to the brim with banchan – Korean side dishes of all different kinds to enjoy with your meat. 8oz BBQ features a full bar that serves creative soju cocktails, beer, and wine. Keep in mind, that this isn’t an all-you-can-eat Korean BBQ restaurant, but you’re guaranteed to leave satisfied and full.

2. Hobak Korean BBQ

Address: 5808 Spring Mountain Rd #101, Las Vegas, NV 89146

This delicious Korean BBQ Restaurant is so popular that there’s often a wait time of up to 1 and ½ hours… but the food here is worth the wait. Choose from three meal tiers depending on the types of meat you’ll be eating. The meats are marinated to perfection and set out in an attractive presentation at your table, then you cook them over a grill at the center of your table.

The pricing at Hobak is higher than other Korean BBQ restaurants, but the quality and flavors of the food here are worth every penny. Dry aged steak, bulgogi, and wagyu are some of the selections on offer, as well as a menu of sides like Angus Fried Rice, Kimchi Stew, and Jap-Chae. With an upscale atmosphere and excellent service, you’ll see why this is one of the highest-rated Korean restaurants in Vegas.

3. Soyo Flamingo

Address: 4433 W Flamingo Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89103

Soyo has two locations, and this is the one that’s closest to the Strip. There’s something to please everyone’s palate here, with a diverse menu of Korean favorites from BBQ to spicy noodles. There are so many options on offer that you may find it hard to choose. The atmosphere here is lively and inviting, with chic and Insta-worthy décor.

Soyo’s menu features both classic Korean dishes and creative takes on traditional recipes. Dishes are ordered a la carte, with large portions and sharing-size options. The restaurant features a bar serving soju cocktails you can enjoy with your meal. Soyo is the perfect late-night spot because it’s open until 2 am!

4. Best Friend

You enter this one-of-a-kind Korean restaurant through the back door of a Korean bodega located at Park MGM, which is a really cool way to start your exciting dining experience. Best Friend is the creation of the legendary LA Chef Roy Choi, who became famous for the exceptional food at his food truck.

You might be surprised by the atmosphere here – the restaurant has an old-school hip-hop theme where Run DMC is playing overhead and the servers wear bucket hats. Anything you choose on the menu will make you fall in love with Best Friend, and there are lots of vegan options too. The menu boasts LA takes on Korean cuisine, with fabulous dishes like Kogi Short Rib Tacos and Kimchi Chicken Parm.

5. Master Kim’s Korean BBQ

Address: 6825 S Las Vegas Blvd Suite 110, Las Vegas, NV 89119

This delicious Korean restaurant located south of the Las Vegas Strip serves hefty portions and a delectable range of sides, so be sure to go here when you’re really hungry! You have a choice between two a la carte combos, with the second combo having a larger selection of meats to savor. Your food comes quickly on a conveyor belt, which is a really fun feature of this restaurant.

You also have the option to order an all-you-can-eat meal, which is reasonably priced and features a wide range of quality meats and a variety of sides. For the vegans in your group, there’s an entire menu of vegan options. Master Kim’s is a Korean restaurant that the locals rave about, offering affordable pricing, an exciting atmosphere, and friendly service.

6. Captain 6

Address: 5416 Spring Mountain Rd #104, Las Vegas, NV 89146

Korean BBQ lovers rave about this restaurant for its mouthwatering food and attentive service. Captain 6 serves all-you-can-eat premium cuts of meat without costing a fortune, and a wide variety of seriously yummy side dishes and appetizers. The menu features a good mix of traditional Korean dishes and modern remixes like KFC (Korean Fried Chicken) and Bulgogi Fries.

Blink and you’ll miss this restaurant’s location in a small strip mall west of Chinatown, so keep your eyes peeled. You don’t want to miss out on this Korean dining experience. There’s often a long wait time even late at night, so be sure to make reservations ahead of time.

7. Tofu Hut

Address: 3920 W Spring Mountain Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89102

Take a trip to Chinatown to dine at this hidden gem, which comes highly recommended by Korean locals – so you know it’s going to be good. Tofu Hut is a small restaurant located in a strip mall and serves a no-frills menu of Korean BBQ favorites. The pricing here is delightfully affordable, with all-you-can-eat meals for just $22.95 – a fraction of the cost of other Korean restaurants.

Tofu Hut is open until 12 am, making it a perfect choice for late-night dining after seeing a show. Before your meal you’ll be served a selection of banchan, then soup, and then comes the main course. Cook your delicious cuts of meat over a grill at your table. While the menu here is limited compared to most other KBBQ restaurants, pretty much every item on the menu is delicious.

8. All You Korean BBQ

Address: 4023 S Maryland Pkwy, Las Vegas, NV 89119

This highly-rated AYCE Korean BBQ restaurant is located just an 8-minute drive east of the Strip, and is renowned for its friendly service and flavorful meats. The portions here are so generous that it’s likely you won’t be able to finish everything. All You Korean BBQ has a lunch special for just $21.99, which is a great deal for all you get.

The atmosphere here is pleasant and spacious, so it doesn’t get too crowded and you won’t feel rushed. The attentive servers will bring you a huge range of banchan side dishes, and promptly bring out your meat selection for you to grill at your table. Choose from 3 tiers of all-you-can-eat goodness, with the Premium offering the most choices of meat and seafood.

9. Seoul Tofu

Address: 5980 Spring Mountain Rd Unit 5C, Las Vegas, NV 89146

If you’re looking for authentic Korean BBQ at a reasonable price, check out this spot in Chinatown. While it’s not all you can eat, you’ll definitely leave here with a full belly and a smile on your face. Seoul Tofu is famous for its tofu soup, which is off-the-charts tasty.

You can order a la carte items from the menu or combinations which include a protein, soup, and a diverse selection of banchan. This restaurant is a local favorite, so be sure to get here early so you don’t have a long wait time. From 3 to 5 pm, it’s happy hour when you get 10% off all menu items.

10. Munchyroad

Address:  6112 W Flamingo Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89103

Take an 11-minute drive west of the Vegas Strip to seek out this fantastic Korean restaurant, specializing in Korean street food and comfort food. You’ll feel like family here because of how friendly the staff members are, and the dishes taste like they’re made lovingly with family recipes.

The a la carte menu consists of delicious spicy noodles, kimbab (Korean-style sushi rolls), mandu (dumplings), and a great selection of Korean street food favorites like fried chicken, sweet & sour fried shrimp, and japchae. They also have a variety of bento boxes on the menu – we highly recommend the Dakgangjeong Box which is Korean-style sweet & spicy fried chicken nuggets.

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