Pepper Lunch

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Las Vegas, United States
Japanese restaurant· Asian fusion restaurant· Restaurant· Japanese steakhouse· Teppanyaki restaurant

Pepper Lunch Reviews | Rating 4.4 out of 5 stars (5 reviews)

Pepper Lunch is located in Las Vegas, United States on 4258 Spring Mountain Rd #107. Pepper Lunch is rated 4.4 out of 5 in the category japanese restaurant in United States.


4258 Spring Mountain Rd #107


+1 7022720818

Service options

No-contact deliveryDeliveryTakeawayDine-in


Good for kidsToilets


Wheelchair-accessible car parkWheelchair-accessible entranceWheelchair-accessible seatingWheelchair-accessible toilet


Comfort foodHealthy options

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Kamille F.

Cashier was very friendly and patient while we took a while to figure out what we wanted, and food came by in less than 5 minutes. It was amazing !!!! I got the kimchi beef rice with cheese. A generous amount of cheese, too! The miso soup was great, with some tofu and it wasn't that salty. Great first experience!


Nguyen Nguyen

I would recommend taking a look at the menu before you come so you can order at the counter when you get in. I ordered the eel pepper rice and it was so good. I scooped up the eel and eggs first and pushed my rice down flat to make it crispy. It was delicious. My husband ordered the chicken curry dish and it was a little spicy but good.


Vegas Limmi

Great novelty with having your meat or seafood cooking in front of you. We had the classic beef pepper rice and seafood pepper plate, both were delicious and flavorful. Overall good dishes but the prices are on the higher end with prices for a single dish plus a soda equal to ayce meal.


Iona Ledesma

Went there today at around 3 pm..Food was great but not the service.. the girl at the counter needs to atleast sound like she has energy.. and I know that people have to wait to be seated, but she needs to learn how to greet the guest and atleast let them know that they have to wait instead of ignoring them. While dining, I noticed some people was in line waiting to be assisted and trying to get her attention but they end up leaving the place because she was ignoring them. The food was great..was excited to eat there, but kinda loss my appetite with the experience.


Jesse L

Pretty impressive spot in a newer area of Chinatown. Located by the 85 Boba (which is what caught my attention). I decided to come here for some lunch and was very happy with my spicy ribeye, corn and rice. I also had it topped with a egg. Yummy!!! We got some fries too. Good price, large servings and clean restaurant with friendly staff.