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17 Places to Eat Korean Food in Las Vegas

Find kimchi, bulgogi, and soondae galore

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Whether it’s a classic recipe or a fusion dish, there’s no shortage of Korean food in Las Vegas. Korean restaurants are most commonly found in Las Vegas’ Chinatown neighborhood, an understated culinary destination in the shadow of the Strip that features a dizzying array of Asian restaurants, but plenty of other options exist all over the city for those looking to satisfy a craving.

From bibimbap to bulgogi, here’s where to find Korean food in Las Vegas.

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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

KoMex Fusion Express

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True to its name, Komex Fusion offers a little bit of Korea and a little bit of Mexico. The concept is simple: the family-owned restaurant serves Mexican dishes such as tacos, burritos, and enchiladas with Korean-style meats. Notable menu items include tortas with bulgogi and Korean hot sauce, kimchi fried rice, and fusion tostadas with crispy rice patties, spicy pork, and pico de gallo.

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Buldogis

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Not everyone would associate Korean food with hot dogs, but the combination is a brilliant one. Buldogis serves all beef hot dogs with Korean-inspired toppings such as kimchi, sesame, and chili sauce along with Seoul-style chicken wings and bibimbap with roasted pork belly. The housemade haejang-guk (aka hangover soup) features spinach, mung bean noodles, and flavorful chicken broth.

E Jo Korean Restaurant

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Located moments from the Strip and Downtown, this cozy restaurant is known for its vast array of Korean soups. Popular options include oxtail, cabbage with beef, and honey comb tripe. Other items include mung bean pancakes, short ribs, and stir-fried rib-eye.

Myungrang Hot Dog

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Shanghai Plaza’s Myungrang Hot Dog serves a Korean spin on a corn-dog-on-a-stick such as the $1.99 original, the $2.99 sausage and mozzarella dubbed the best, a rice cake version, and a $2.99 upgrade made with beef sausage. Two unusual options include a squid ink batter rendition and a dog wrapped in potato cubes. Five different sauces and three seasonings are provided with a quick guide to condiment combinations posted to help customers prepare the No. 2 combo of sweet chili, mustard cheese, ketchup, and Parmesan sauces.

Eight Korean street style hot dogs, deep fried and served on a stick.
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Hong Lou

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Located in the Koreatown Plaza Food Court, Hong Lou serves Korean dishes that are anything but food court fare. Even the presentation — dishes are served on china rather than in the usual food court Styrofoam — is impressive. Options include sumptuous noodle dish champong, black bean noodles, and fried dumplings.

Noodle combo at Hong Lou
Noodle combo at Hong Lou
Hong Lou

Kkulmat Korean Kitchen

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Kkulmat Korean Kitchen serves traditional dishes prepared with care by a Korean family. The straightforward menu includes bibimbap, braised monkfish, and pork trotter and cold jellyfish salad with mustard dressing. Dessert at this Chinatown spot includes mochi and fried ice cream.

TangTangTang

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TangTangTang is known for its ox bone soup served with oxtail, beef brisket, or ox knee. Other dishes include braised spicy beef, chilled buckwheat noodle soup, and spicy sausage and kimchi hot pot.

Garionban

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Garionban got its start in Seoul, Korea, and expanded to Las Vegas in early 2018. The authentic Korean restaurant is known for gukbap (soup served in a hot pot with rice) with beef short rib, ox bone broth, or pork and kimchi dumplings. Ox bone broth is made in cauldrons every day, and dumplings are made from scratch.

Gäbi Coffee & Bakery

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In-the-know diners recognize the heavy wooden door that signifies the unmarked entrance to Gäbi Coffee & Bakery. Inside is a whimsical Korean coffee shop that is equal parts garden party and bakery. The endlessly Instagrammable destination serves pea tea and banana lattes, tea, rose lychee cake, matcha red bean cake, plus salads, sandwiches, and desserts.

Tofu cheesecake on white plate beside flowers
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YasikNara

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YasikNara serves street-style Korean food. The Chinatown restaurant offers an extensive menu in a small space with dishes such as fried squid, spicy eel, chicken rice porridge, and deep-fried shrimp with chili sauce. Diners love YasikNara’s chicken feet, which are seasoned in classic Korean style and served with soy.

Soy crispy chicken
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YasikNara

Jinju Gomtang

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Open until 4 a.m., Jinju Gomtang is a popular choice for a filling meal at the end of a night out. The compact restaurant is known for its beef soup and Korean pancakes.

Korean beef dish
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BTS (밥,탕,술) Korean Restaurant

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Formally known as Si Jang, BTS (which loosely translates to “rice, soup, and sake”) serves Korean food in a lovely, colorful space. Favorites include hot stone bibimbap with octopus and soybean stew. An all-you-can-eat option is available, which allows diners to order endless sweet and sour pork, gyoza, fish cakes, and curry.

Dragon Bowl Asian Grill

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Dragon Bowl Asian Grill serves rice bowls, fried chicken, hot dogs on a stick, and more with customizable options that allow diners to add sauces like chili mayo, teriyaki, and cilantro mango to bowls. Bowls are served with a choice of Korean barbecue or fried chicken and include ingredients such as glass noodles, stir-fried vegetables, and fried eggs.

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YuXiang Korean Chinese Restaurant

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Located in Rainbow Robindale Plaza, YuXiang features an industrial design with homey touches. The menu bridges the divide between Korean and Chinese food. Diners can order orange chicken bap, crabmeat and corn soup, chicken wings, and mapo tofu. A popular happy hour menu includes Korean beer, soju, and kung pao chicken.

Crowded display of plates containing noodles and other Korean dishes
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Soyo Korean Restaurant

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Soyo is known for its soju cocktails, which come in flavors such as pineapple, lychee, and peach, plus its selection of Korean wine and beer. Diners can grab their drink of choice and order shareable plates of soon dae, dumplings, short ribs, and corn cheese.

Soonde soup
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Belly Bombz Korean Inspired Chicken

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Belly Bombz serves crispy fried chicken with a Korean influence. What began as a food tent at a farmer’s market has since become a California — and now Las Vegas — destination for fried chicken sandwiches, rice bowls, wings, and sides such as miso citrus slaw and bacon fried rice.

Korean fried chicken sandwich at Belly Bombz
Belly Bombz Korean Inspired Chicken
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Bibim Kitchen

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Promising an especially healthy take on Korean fare, Bibim kitchen offers customizable bibimbap. Diners start by choosing a base of rice, lettuce, or noodles and then add items such as beef bulgogi, tofu, bean sprouts, and kimchi. Bowls are finished off with a choice of spicy, sweet and spicy, bean paste, or teriyaki sauce.

Korean dish in bowl on table with plants
Bibim Kitchen
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KoMex Fusion Express

Bowl of soup on foreground, rice dish in background
KoMex Fusion Express
KoMex Fusion Express/Facebook

True to its name, Komex Fusion offers a little bit of Korea and a little bit of Mexico. The concept is simple: the family-owned restaurant serves Mexican dishes such as tacos, burritos, and enchiladas with Korean-style meats. Notable menu items include tortas with bulgogi and Korean hot sauce, kimchi fried rice, and fusion tostadas with crispy rice patties, spicy pork, and pico de gallo.

Bowl of soup on foreground, rice dish in background
KoMex Fusion Express
KoMex Fusion Express/Facebook

Buldogis

Not everyone would associate Korean food with hot dogs, but the combination is a brilliant one. Buldogis serves all beef hot dogs with Korean-inspired toppings such as kimchi, sesame, and chili sauce along with Seoul-style chicken wings and bibimbap with roasted pork belly. The housemade haejang-guk (aka hangover soup) features spinach, mung bean noodles, and flavorful chicken broth.

E Jo Korean Restaurant

Located moments from the Strip and Downtown, this cozy restaurant is known for its vast array of Korean soups. Popular options include oxtail, cabbage with beef, and honey comb tripe. Other items include mung bean pancakes, short ribs, and stir-fried rib-eye.

Myungrang Hot Dog

Eight Korean street style hot dogs, deep fried and served on a stick.
Myungrang Hot Dog
Myungrang Hot Dog [Official Site]

Shanghai Plaza’s Myungrang Hot Dog serves a Korean spin on a corn-dog-on-a-stick such as the $1.99 original, the $2.99 sausage and mozzarella dubbed the best, a rice cake version, and a $2.99 upgrade made with beef sausage. Two unusual options include a squid ink batter rendition and a dog wrapped in potato cubes. Five different sauces and three seasonings are provided with a quick guide to condiment combinations posted to help customers prepare the No. 2 combo of sweet chili, mustard cheese, ketchup, and Parmesan sauces.

Eight Korean street style hot dogs, deep fried and served on a stick.
Myungrang Hot Dog
Myungrang Hot Dog [Official Site]

Hong Lou

Noodle combo at Hong Lou
Noodle combo at Hong Lou
Hong Lou

Located in the Koreatown Plaza Food Court, Hong Lou serves Korean dishes that are anything but food court fare. Even the presentation — dishes are served on china rather than in the usual food court Styrofoam — is impressive. Options include sumptuous noodle dish champong, black bean noodles, and fried dumplings.

Noodle combo at Hong Lou
Noodle combo at Hong Lou
Hong Lou

Kkulmat Korean Kitchen

Kkulmat Korean Kitchen serves traditional dishes prepared with care by a Korean family. The straightforward menu includes bibimbap, braised monkfish, and pork trotter and cold jellyfish salad with mustard dressing. Dessert at this Chinatown spot includes mochi and fried ice cream.

TangTangTang

TangTangTang is known for its ox bone soup served with oxtail, beef brisket, or ox knee. Other dishes include braised spicy beef, chilled buckwheat noodle soup, and spicy sausage and kimchi hot pot.

Garionban

Garionban got its start in Seoul, Korea, and expanded to Las Vegas in early 2018. The authentic Korean restaurant is known for gukbap (soup served in a hot pot with rice) with beef short rib, ox bone broth, or pork and kimchi dumplings. Ox bone broth is made in cauldrons every day, and dumplings are made from scratch.

Gäbi Coffee & Bakery

Tofu cheesecake on white plate beside flowers
Gäbi Coffee & Bakery
Gäbi Coffee & Bakery/Facebook

In-the-know diners recognize the heavy wooden door that signifies the unmarked entrance to Gäbi Coffee & Bakery. Inside is a whimsical Korean coffee shop that is equal parts garden party and bakery. The endlessly Instagrammable destination serves pea tea and banana lattes, tea, rose lychee cake, matcha red bean cake, plus salads, sandwiches, and desserts.

Tofu cheesecake on white plate beside flowers
Gäbi Coffee & Bakery
Gäbi Coffee & Bakery/Facebook

YasikNara

Soy crispy chicken
YasikNara
YasikNara

YasikNara serves street-style Korean food. The Chinatown restaurant offers an extensive menu in a small space with dishes such as fried squid, spicy eel, chicken rice porridge, and deep-fried shrimp with chili sauce. Diners love YasikNara’s chicken feet, which are seasoned in classic Korean style and served with soy.

Soy crispy chicken
YasikNara
YasikNara

Jinju Gomtang

Korean beef dish
Jinju Gomtang
Jinju Gomtang/Facebook

Open until 4 a.m., Jinju Gomtang is a popular choice for a filling meal at the end of a night out. The compact restaurant is known for its beef soup and Korean pancakes.

Korean beef dish
Jinju Gomtang
Jinju Gomtang/Facebook

BTS (밥,탕,술) Korean Restaurant

Formally known as Si Jang, BTS (which loosely translates to “rice, soup, and sake”) serves Korean food in a lovely, colorful space. Favorites include hot stone bibimbap with octopus and soybean stew. An all-you-can-eat option is available, which allows diners to order endless sweet and sour pork, gyoza, fish cakes, and curry.

Dragon Bowl Asian Grill

Paper cups containing Korean food beside plates of food
Dragon Bowl Asian Grill
Dragon Bowl Asian Grill/Facebook

Dragon Bowl Asian Grill serves rice bowls, fried chicken, hot dogs on a stick, and more with customizable options that allow diners to add sauces like chili mayo, teriyaki, and cilantro mango to bowls. Bowls are served with a choice of Korean barbecue or fried chicken and include ingredients such as glass noodles, stir-fried vegetables, and fried eggs.

Paper cups containing Korean food beside plates of food
Dragon Bowl Asian Grill
Dragon Bowl Asian Grill/Facebook

YuXiang Korean Chinese Restaurant

Crowded display of plates containing noodles and other Korean dishes
YuXiang Korean Chinese Restaurant
YuXiang Korean Chinese Cuisine/Facebook

Located in Rainbow Robindale Plaza, YuXiang features an industrial design with homey touches. The menu bridges the divide between Korean and Chinese food. Diners can order orange chicken bap, crabmeat and corn soup, chicken wings, and mapo tofu. A popular happy hour menu includes Korean beer, soju, and kung pao chicken.

Crowded display of plates containing noodles and other Korean dishes
YuXiang Korean Chinese Restaurant
YuXiang Korean Chinese Cuisine/Facebook

Soyo Korean Restaurant

Soonde soup
Soyo Korean Restaurant
Soyo Korean Restaurant/Facebook

Soyo is known for its soju cocktails, which come in flavors such as pineapple, lychee, and peach, plus its selection of Korean wine and beer. Diners can grab their drink of choice and order shareable plates of soon dae, dumplings, short ribs, and corn cheese.

Soonde soup
Soyo Korean Restaurant
Soyo Korean Restaurant/Facebook

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Belly Bombz Korean Inspired Chicken

Korean fried chicken sandwich at Belly Bombz
Belly Bombz Korean Inspired Chicken
Belly Bombz/Facebook

Belly Bombz serves crispy fried chicken with a Korean influence. What began as a food tent at a farmer’s market has since become a California — and now Las Vegas — destination for fried chicken sandwiches, rice bowls, wings, and sides such as miso citrus slaw and bacon fried rice.

Korean fried chicken sandwich at Belly Bombz
Belly Bombz Korean Inspired Chicken
Belly Bombz/Facebook

Bibim Kitchen

Korean dish in bowl on table with plants
Bibim Kitchen
Bibim Kitchen/Facebook

Promising an especially healthy take on Korean fare, Bibim kitchen offers customizable bibimbap. Diners start by choosing a base of rice, lettuce, or noodles and then add items such as beef bulgogi, tofu, bean sprouts, and kimchi. Bowls are finished off with a choice of spicy, sweet and spicy, bean paste, or teriyaki sauce.

Korean dish in bowl on table with plants
Bibim Kitchen
Bibim Kitchen/Facebook

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