Three years since first revealed, Georgia’s K-Factory BBQ has finally expanded to the Rio and brought an expanded menu of Korean dishes, plus servers preparing orders on the grills installed each customer’s table.
Now open as Kang’s Kitchen, the project allocated $1.3 million in estimated construction costs back in early 2018, resulting in a stylish, contemporary dining room decorated with quirky, Las Vegas-themed murals.
The parent company that operates three Georgia restaurants for the past seven years uses charcoal briquettes to enhance the flavor of its meats, and imported a similar menu, including à la carte and combination options.
Among the appetizers, sausage and rice cake skewers, fried dumplings, and spicy tteokbokki, plus soups and stews, bibimbap, cold noodles, and rice dishes including pork steaks, squid, and short rib steak.
The grill selections offers multiple choices of beef, pork, chicken, and seafood, plus the house “signature” meal priced at $88.88 per person, along with courses of prime rib, rib eye, beef tartare, hand-rub seasoned steak, short rib, pork belly, pork neck, and a beef short rib soup.
Kang’s Kitchen, Rio, 3700 W. Flamingo Road, 702-844-8420. Open Wednesday to Sunday from 4 p.m. to midnight.
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