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If you have studied Chinese, Japanese,
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Hobak Korean BBQ

Hobak Korean BBQ is a new favorite of mine. I had the chance to try this place out with who else? My girlfriend. I lived in Seoul, S. Korea for one year and I would always see signs for Black Angus beef. In Korea this seems to be one of the more favorite types of beef sold in the country, and it is quite delicious. Hobak offers quite a range of meats that include Angus, this is why we chose one of their combo options of beef and pork. In addition to the meats there is traditional pawn chan ( Korean side dishes) and ice cream included in the combo package. Hobak can be found at 5808 Spring Mountain Rd Ste 101. Las Vegas, NV 89146. I suggest going here later in the evening after 10 pm to avoid long wait times that occur between 5 to 9 pm.

Oink, Oink, pigging out at Honey Pig Las Vegas – Korean BBQ

Honey pig is one of my favorite Korean BBQ restaurant chains. I first tried this place in Los Angeles, and I was ecstatic to find out there is one here in Las Vegas. At Honey Pig you can order by set or ala carte. Like most Korean BBQ’s your food is cooked in front of you either by the staff or you can choose to participate in the cooking experience. What I like the most is the obtuse cone shaped cast iron grill that is deployed to sizzle all the meats, kimchi, and water beans right in front of you. Honey Pig is ranked 10 on yelp, but I think it should be ranked a little bit higher because of their friendly staff and delicious food. This location is at 4725 Spring Mountain Rd # K, Las Vegas, NV 89102.