Posted on | July 4, 2010 | 1 Comment
Craving bibimbap one night, we headed to Honey Pig to give them a try. Only problem was, they don’t serve bibimbap, at least not on their regular menu. Hmm… come to think of it, I probably should have asked.
No worries, though, as we decided to split an order of bulgogi instead. The meat was quite tender, although a bit on the too sweet side for me. I also think it would’ve tasted better had we cooked it ourselves, but that was our fault for not wanting to deal with the smell!
The banchans were a bit sparse, and included a cabbage salad, kimchee cucumbers, seaweed cucumbers, sprouts, and fried tofu. Not bad, but not the best I’ve had in Vegas.
The restaurant is about medium sized, clean, and tucked away in the corner of a strip mall in Chinatown. The service was quick and efficient. If I should return here, I’ll try something different. Oh, and like many Korean bbq restaurants, they’re open pretty late, and offer some pretty good late night specials.