Guests to Korean Garden B.B.Q. are greeted by glowing hanging lanterns, cozy stone accents, and a menu bursting with traditional Korean flavors. Appetites ignite over a plate of japche, a dish populated by shredded beef, crisp cooked veggies, and glass noodles ($9.95), or haemool pajeon, a mixed veggie-and-seafood pancake that doubles as an edible bib ($15.95). The restaurant's signature barbecued bites include seasoned beef bulgogi ($21.95) and emyunsoo gui, a pan-fried atka mackerel ($15.95). Bowls of bibimbap present a plethora of colorful mixed vegetables, served over hot-sauce-drizzled rice and blanketed by a sunny-side-up egg ($10.95). After supping on the superabundance of saucy, spicy succulence, diners can cool down taste buds with imported brews by Sapporo and Asahi or cups of ice-cold sake. Or keep the fires stoked with a bowl of hot and spicy kimchi jige casserole ($9.95) before jumping back on the strip and draining the Bellagio fountains through a straw.
Maru's menu delivers a cadre of meats, hot pots, and handmade sushi to patrons' palates. Sizzling, smokeless barbecue grills embedded in each table happily accept marriage proposals and meats such as the thin beef brisket of the chadol gui ($25.99) or the black pork belly ($23.99). The succulent braised beef ribs of the galbi jjim ($25.99) arrive piled in a simmering hot pot, which Maru's meat mavens fill with a plethora of rice, veggies, and meats to create the dolsot bibimbap ($13.99). Twenty-nine varieties of sushi and 39 rolls march to the tune of mouthwatering satiety, including the simple eel-cutlet unagi roll ($7.95) and the Volcano, a gang of salmon, tuna, white fish, and crab that often congregates to discuss the accuracy of fish portrayal in the media ($14.99).
Jin Mee Restaurant's team captivates visitors with a diverse spread of authentic Korean barbecue, kimchi dishes, broiled seafood, and colorful stews. They present a bilingual menu that catalogs Korean delicacies such as fish roe stew, kimchi hot pots, and stir-fried squid. As a testament to the notion that grilling barbecue is a trans-cultural culinary tradition, the kitchen staff also flame-cooks tender beef short ribs, brisket, and pork belly right at the dinner table—eliminating the need for guests to bum-rush the kitchen all at once. Jin Mee also pours beverages to go with entrees, such as frosty beer or Korean soju spirits.
Located in the heart of Las Vegas, Yagyu Yakiniku has become a destination for locals and tourists! Open late everyday Yagyu offers quality Japanese eating that is budget friendly. Our cool and trendy atmosphere makes a perfect spot to bring friends, family, or that special someone. Check us out!
21 Restaurant & Lounge not only embraces a late-night hotspot's hours – 6 p.m. to 5 a.m. – but also its club-like ambiance. According to Las Vegas CityLife, internal LED lights lend 21's clear white tables a "sci-fi vibe." More earthly sights arrive on 21's Korean small plates, from spicy rice-cake skewers and sea snails mixed with veggies to what CityLife considers "perfectly fried" wings.
An extensive selection of beer complements feasts, as does soju, a Korean liquor served solo or mixed into fruity cocktails. By 2 a.m., 21 transforms from club-like to full-on club with bottle service and live entertainment in the form of DJs, karaoke singers, and a guy who can go a full minute without blinking.