Updated： November 06, 2018
Have an Exclusive but Casual Yakiniku Experience at Gyu Kaku in Japan!
Gyu Kaku is a popular Yakiniku chain in Japan. Yakiniku is basically a Japanese bbq. Gyu Kaku has expanded its stores outside of Japan. If you are looking for a delicious Yakiniku experience at reasonable prices, definitely check out Gyu Kaku!
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Gyu Kaku is one of the popular Japanese Yakiniku chains in Japan. Gyu Kaku believe that Yakiniku can make people happy and energetic. You can also enjoy Yakiniku cooking meat with charcoal grill, which makes meat really tasty. They have more than 600 stores in Japan, which is the biggest Yakiniku chain.
You place additional orders using this tablet! You just enter a number written on the menu and you'll be all set! You can also set it to your language.
You can choose from a course meal menu or all-you-can-eat! They offer 90 minutes all-you-can-eat Yakiniku, and the price varies depending on the number of dishes you can try: 80 dishes for ¥2,980, 100 dishes for ¥3,480, and 120 dishes for ¥4,380.
Or if you are not that hungry, you can just order whichever kind of meat you want to try. They have so many options that you can choose from, from bone less short ribs to beef tongue, loin and Kuroge Wagyu.
They also have seafood like scallops, and they even have ajillo and garlics!
If you want to eat Yakiniku with some vegetables, you can order "Gyu Kaku Sanchu set" (¥490), where "Sanchu" means lettuce in Korean. How you eat it is very simple, you just wrap meat with lettuce and add some sauce and eat it! Sanchu set comes with various sauces, including honey mustard, ra-yu (chili oil), Ethnic sauce, and mayo and miso.
If you order "Vege-Kaku set", you can have free flow coriander for just ¥390! It also comes with lettuce, cabbage slices, onion slices and 5 different sauces. It is only available until September 3rd, 2017, so hurry!
They also have rice and noodles menu, so make sure to check that out too! They have rice and curry to eat with Karubi (boneless short ribs), which are super delicious!
Their "Yamitsuki Uma Kara Men" matches really well with meat! You can also make your own recipe by adding coriander too.
Drinking Black Oolong tea helps you to digest!
As it is mentioned above, Gyu Kaku has more than 600 stores in Japan. So it is practically impossible to not find one near you! The website below is in Japanese, but you can search Gyu Kaku locations in Japan.
Have the most satisfying Yakiniku experience at reasonable price at Gyu Kaku!
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