The 10 Best Korean Restaurants In Las Vegas, Nevada

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Want to explore restaurants in Las Vegas? Ask anyone, and they’ll immediately direct you to the most popular places, most often in the hotels and casinos. But what if you’re looking for something else? Korean food perhaps? Well, you’re in the right place. For years now, this Asian cuisine has been a hot topic in Las Vegas. Spring Mountain Road, more commonly referred to as Chinatown, is looking more like Koreatown these days with its wide selection of Korean restaurants, offering everything from barbecue to soups, seafood, and vegetables. Of course, not all of them offer the real thing, but guess what, we found the best Korean restaurants in Las Vegas, Nevada. Scroll down to take a look.

1. Hobak Korean BBQ

Whether you’re craving Korean food for lunch or late in the night, Hobak Korean BBQ’s doors are open for you. Unlike most dining experiences, this establishment concentrates on a small menu that consists of handpicked premium beef and pork so you can savour the best of the best. And rather than the usual tabletop grill that uses gas, here you get to cook and char your selection of meat on charcoal. This is Korean BBQ done properly and authentically in a fresh and funky space.

Hobak Korean BBQ

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

Website: Hobak Korean BBQ

Opening hours: Sun - Thu: 11:30am - 11pm; Fri - Sat: 11:30am - 12am

2. Korean Garden BBQ

Now if you want more variety than what Hobak Korean BBQ can offer, Korean Garden BBQ is not far. This modern restaurant completely excels in the all-you-can-eat category, with its wide selection of pork and beef you can cook on the tabletop grill. Of course, Korean Garden BBQ won’t forget all the banchan—or traditional side dishes—with unlimited refills, so don’t hesitate to feast on those rice cakes, pancakes, and kimchi. If you want more, all you need to do is ask.

Korean Garden BBQ

Address: 4355 Spring Mountain Rd # 201, Las Vegas, NV 89102, United States

Website: Korean Garden BBQ

Opening hours: 11am - 12am (daily)

3. E Jo Korean Restaurant

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Korean cuisine isn’t just about all the prime cuts of beef and pork you can grill. Stews, soups, and rice bowls are a big part of this culinary tradition as well, and in E Jo Korean Restaurant, you get to taste these heartwarming traditional dishes at their very best. Menu offerings include classic beef brisket soup, honeycomb tripe soup, oxtail soup, the well-rounded beef knee-bone soup with tendon, dumpling soup with rice cake, and spicy chicken, among other crowd-pleasers. Wash it all down with rice wine, soda, soju, or Korean beer (choose between Hite or OB).

E Jo Korean Restaurant

Address: 700 E Sahara Ave D, Las Vegas, NV 89104, United States

Website: E Jo Korean Restaurant

Opening hours: 8am - 9:30pm (daily)

4. Tang Tang Tang

We know, we know. When you get the craving, it’s hard to resist it. Unfortunately, most Korean restaurants are closed by midnight. Thank goodness Tang Tang Tang is open 24 hours, ready with a table so you can sit down and enjoy all your Korean favorites. Tang Tang Tang is proudly family-owned and run, and every single step of its food preparation is a love letter to Korean culinary traditions. So go on! Try the milky Korean ox-bone soup. Balance it with spicy sausage and kimchi hot pot and barbecued beef stew in an earthenware bowl. You’ll feel like royalty here.

Tang Tang Tang

Address: 6000 Spring Mountain Rd 1B, Las Vegas, NV 89146, United States

Website: Tang Tang Tang

Opening hours: 24 hours (daily)

5. Gen Korean BBQ House

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With so many locations spread across the United States, Gen Korean BBQ House naturally has an outpost in Las Vegas. So if you live in the city or traveling there for the weekend, treat yourself to this restaurant’s juicy and delicious Korean BBQ signatures: cheese pork cutlet, Gen flat iron steak, premium beef tongue, spicy baby octopus, garlic chicken, mushrooms and vegetables, and many more.

Gen Korean BBQ House

Address: Sahara Decatur Plaza, 5125 W Sahara Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89146, United States

Website: Gen Korean BBQ House

Opening hours: 11am - 11pm (daily)

6. KoMex Fusion Express

Editor's Note: Photo taken from the establishment's official social account

Mexican food meets Korean flavors at KoMex Fusion Express. It’s one type of fusion cuisine you wouldn’t automatically expect. The folks at KoMex started out selling Mexican food in California, then Las Vegas; and one day, management decided to incorporate prime Korean meats into its menu and drizzle them with Mexican salsas and all that jazz. The place has been successful ever since. All of its patrons can agree: KoMex Fusion Express is indeed a slice of heaven in Las Vegas.

KoMex Fusion Express

Address: 633 N Decatur Blvd H, Las Vegas, NV 89107, United States

Website: KoMex Fusion Express

Opening hours: Mon - Sat: 11am - 8pm (closed on Sun)

7. Kkulmat Korean Kitchen

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There is a long string of Korean eateries in Las Vegas, but there are only a select few that offer genuine Korean home cooking, and one of those places is Kkulmat Korean Kitchen. Its kimchi is made in-house, its dumplings are tender to perfection, its egg-topped fried rice is heaven-sent, and its spicy braised monkfish is definitely a menu standout. If you’re feeling adventurous, you should also try the jellyfish salad, chilled pork trotter, and monkfish soup, served with enoki mushrooms and greens. You’ll feel like part of the family here.

Kkulmat Korean Kitchen

Address: 5600 Spring Mountain Rd Suite A, Las Vegas, NV 89146, United States

Website: Kkulmat Korean Kitchen

Opening hours: Mon - Sat: 11am - 11pm (closed on Sun)

8. Yasik Nara

From Los Angeles, Yasik Nara has come to Las Vegas to spread good Korean food all day, every day, from early morning till late at night. Yasik Nara is especially great if you have a taste for spicy Korean goods and other adventurous menu offerings. Favorites include its pot spicy sausage stew, spicy chicken soup with vegetable, spicy rice cake, deep-fried shrimp with chilli sauce, stir-fried baby octopus, and spicy pork hocks. There are also offerings that are closer to home, but with a Korean twist, such as stir-fried pork belly and kimchi pasta.

Yasik Nara

Address: 4631 Spring Mountain Rd STE 102, Las Vegas, NV 89102, United States

Website: Yasik Nara

Opening hours: 24 hours (daily)

9. Garionban

Coming straight out of South Korea is Garionban, choosing Las Vegas as its first location in the United States. If this isn’t authentic, we don’t know what is! Garionban specializes in “gukbap”—or soup with rice, served in an earthenware pot—but don’t limit yourself please. Try out other offerings, such as cold jellyfish with vegetables, braised short ribs with spicy sauce, pork napa wraps and boiled pork leg, and beef brisket spicy soup. Sip and eat, and the next thing you know, you’re booking a flight to Seoul.


Address: 4545 Spring Mountain Rd #102, Las Vegas, NV 89103, United States

Website: Garionban

Opening hours: 11am - 11pm (daily)

10. HANU Korean BBQ

A fairly new addition to Las Vegas’s Korean culinary scene is HANU Korean BBQ. It’s an extension of Jjanga Steak and Sushi, but instead of offering eat-all-you-can sushi and sashimi, here you get eat-all-you-can premium meat and seafood. The selection for the latter is especially impressive. Usually, you see Korean BBQ concentrating on the meats, but at this place, you definitely shouldn’t miss the coconut shrimp and the scallops, among other menu highlights.


Address: The Center at Mountain Spring, 3943 Spring Mountain Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89102, United States

Website: HANU Korean BBQ

Opening hours: 11:30am - 3am (daily)

Korean food and Las Vegas go great together

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