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About Gangnam Asian BBQ Dining
Indulge your inner carnivore at the Gangnam Asian BBQ. This upscale steakhouse serves Japanese- and Korean-styled barbecue in elegant surroundings. Each dish is prepared from scratch using only the freshest ingredients. Standout menu items include the mushroom medley, beef toro, marinated kalbi and the pork belly. The menu also features beef, chicken and pork entrees, as well as Japanese tapas. Try the restaurant's seafood pancakes for a unique breakfast treat. Order the assorted veggie plate, if you're in the mood for a plant-based dish.
Gangnam Asian BBQ's location close to the strip makes it a convenient spot for tourists and visitors within the area. The restaurant also offers happy hour specials that run through most of the day and later at night. Gangnam Asian BBQ is open Mondays to Sundays.
Korean, Japanese, Barbecue
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday - Sunday: 11:30am - 4:00pm
Dinner: Monday - Sunday: 4:00pm - 2:00am
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Banquet/Private Rooms, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Late Night, Private Room, Takeout, Wine, Wine Bar
Get off the Strip
The location is a bit odd. Located in an unattractive strip of storefronts, many of which are cheap eats. But the food at Gangnam (presumably named after the district in Seoul, not Psy song) is outstanding. And much better than you will find on the overpriced Strip. Highly recommend.
Great food, great atmosphere, excellent staff!
Gangnam surpassed all of my expectations! The place was fun and vibrant, with a projector showcasing kpop videos on the wall of the waiting and a low-light atmosphere. We had never been to a Korean bbq restaurant before, but our server was teally helpful, making recommendations and giving us cooking tips amd suggestions. The food itself was delicious, and the included sides were a great addition. The yuzu soju cocktail was light and refreshing, too. We ordered the beef toro and bulgogi, and both were excellent. All in all, a fantastic first Korean bbq experience! We will definitely be returning.
We just had an overall great experience. ...
We just had an overall great experience. Just gotten back from a three day camping trip and couldn't have asked for better reintegration into the world of real food. In fact, it was probably too much food.
The service was enthusiastic and food was delicious and diverse. Loved the oysters.
Best Korean You Can Get For Your Money
Bulgogi for $4.95? Amazing! I went to Ginseng Korean BBQ at a different time and it was $28 for bulgogi! Granted, you got twice as much at Ginseng, but still, that was way too much! Even 2 orders of bulgogi at Gangnam were a fraction of the price, for equal quality beef. The food was awesome. Here's a detailed example of what we got for the price (this amount of food would feed 3 people easily): final bill was $79, which got us 2 Bulgogis (delicious), 1 Korean Prime Rib (delicious), 1 Squid (ok, I'm not a fan of grilled squid - slimy rubbery yuck - but it was supposedly good by those who like that kind of stuff), Kolbi beef carpaccio appetizer (my favorite part of the meal), fresh oyster appetizer (good - could have used more hot sauce which I'm sure the lovely waiter would have brought me had I asked), chicken lettuce wrap appetizer (good if you're into boring stuff like that), 1 large Sapporo beer, and 1 bottle of soju. Of course we got the sides of pickled veggies like kimchi included with dinner, and 3 yummy sauces that we put on our rice. Also, this is the 2nd time I've been there and both times the place was packed with Asian customers, which is always a good sign.
Noisy Korean Tabletop Cooking
Korean themed with some other Asian additions to the menu. A few kitchen prepared but mostly cook it yourself on built in tabletop bbq grill. Many interesting small meat and vegie dishes that you can mix and match. Each is a small portion but each is inexpensive so making a full meal by ordering a variety is possible. I don't like the noisy continuous music videos that pervade the room and this is the only downside. Located in a storefront with easy free parking across the street from Hard Rock Casio just off the strip.
Loved our visit here!
We're a big fan of Japanese BBQ/Korean BBQ and it was definitely a pleasure to find a spot in Vegas that allowed us to have the best of both worlds! My husband loved the Kobe style beef. He said it was the best he had in a long time that was reasonably priced. In any case, we are going to make this our must-visit spot every time we're in town. Thanks!
Simple fresh Asian food
While this place advertises as a Korean BBQ, it has a slightly more varied menu that includes some other pan-asian influences. The staff is super friendly and knowledgeable about the menu selections.
If you love to cook your own food and want to eat late at night then this place across Paradise Rd from the Hard Rock casino is the perfect place! They have a small a selection of chef made noodle and rice dishes which are very good and authentic.
Beat Korean food
Great Kalbi, pork, marinated Kobe beef, Japche, flavors were very delicious, natural. Fun cooking yourself the thin pieces of beef at the table grill. Appetizers were awesome too. I have had many Korean dinners, and this is perhaps the best.
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