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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