We recently noticed that 888 Korean BBQ, a popular local restaurant on Spring Mountain Road, didn’t have a website, making it difficult to find out about them online. And that’s a shame considering it’s a great option in Chinatown if you enjoy this cuisine. So we’ve decided to create a helpful guide for you to find out more information and go there confidently.
888 is an all-you-can-eat (AYCE) KBBQ restaurant with a huge menu of Korean barbecue favorites. And their selection is why they’re among the best Korean BBQ Las Vegas restaurants.
That said, they break down the menu into three main choices. But, note that everyone in your party must order from the same menu. So you can choose individual menus. And each of their menus is priced per person.
Those choices are:
Like most all-you-can-eat KBBQ restaurants in Vegas, you have a 90-minute time limit to dine, which they enforce. And you also cannot take leftovers to go, so keep that in mind.
888 operates on a first-come, first serve basis only. With that, you can’t make reservations by calling beforehand. But you can apparently make a reservation on Yelp. It’s worth testing that route, but still, you’ll want to keep in mind that this restaurant is popular and does get busy, especially on the weekends. So it’s best to get there as early as possible during the dinner rush.
888 currently opens at 11:30 AM and closes at midnight. But these hours of operation are subject to change, so consider calling beforehand to verify.
You have a few nearby if you want to try other popular Korean barbecue restaurants. So here’s a small list of the best ones: