Over at Sunset Station in Henderson this year, foodie fest has carnival games/rides, music, and a whole bunch of truck vendors selling their special delicious cuisines. Definitely a great way to try different foods around Las Vegas in one place. Check it out!
Op, op, op, op, Oppa Gangnam Style! Korean style BBQ restaurant over at 4480 Paradise Rd in Las Vegas. Very similar to Gyu-Kaku (Japanese BBQ) in that you can order set meals for a specific amount of people, and choose whether you want it more veggie or meats dominant. Very generous portions and good service as the banchan (free small dishes) can be re-ordered like other Korean restaurants. Food quality was also excellent and every type of meat was delicious and different enough that it is worth it to try them all. However, I like the dipping sauces at Gyu-Kaku slightly better. Atmosphere was great with a large screen playing current Korean music and videos. Overall, I would definitely come back when I'm hungry!
Omoide Ramen is a restaurant serving ramen, rice bowls, and other Japanese foods. There are numerous ramen joints in Vegas and this one would probably rank in the middle for me. There are a few things going well for Omoide, like the decent portion size for the lunch special (Miso Tonkatsu pictured), Japanese decor inside, cleanliness, and good location as there aren't many other ramen places near there. However, the chasu bowl was a bit on the sweet side, the salad dressing a little bitter, and the ramen, well, wasn't spectacular. I mean, it was definitely good, but the noodles weren't as chewy as I wanted it to be, and the soup was tasty but did not have depth or any unique flavor that could make it special. However, if I'm craving some ramen and in the area, I would come back for a quick meal. It's located at 7745 S Rainbow Blvd, Las Vegas.