Grab a group of friends and have a meal cooked right at the table. Korean barbecue brings the grill to the table, where guests can roast their own meats on a charcoal or gas grill. Thinly sliced meats, such as bulgogi (sirloin) and galbi (beef short ribs) come to the table marinated and ready to cook with a little banchan, side dishes, to spice things up. Some Korean barbecue restaurants let diners cook their own. Others have the servers do the work. Diners pick their proteins from the menu or head to a buffet to shake things up. Take a look at these places to cook up Korean barbecue in Las Vegas. Most reside in the Chinatown area of Las Vegas, but a few can be found all around the Las Vegas valley.
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