Social dining - spending time with friends and family - is what Gyu-Kaku (GEW-KAH-KOO) is all about. Gyu-Kaku offers the fun of 'shared plates,' ... More
Gyu-Kaku - Beverly Hills
Social dining - spending time with friends and family - is what Gyu-Kaku (GEW-KAH-KOO) is all about. Gyu-Kaku offers the fun of 'shared plates,' inspiring laughter, conversation, and good times. You can't help it - with a personal grill installed at every table, everyone instantly becomes an expert cook. The staff at Gyu-Kaku are friendly, leading you through the night with helpful suggestions. The sounds around you are of parties and laughter - the perfect choice for first dates, families, and catching up with friends. Gyu-Kaku, meaning "Horn of the Bull" in Japanese provides the authentic Japanese Yakiniku (barbeque) dining experience where our customers share premium cooked meats over a flaming charcoal grill while sipping on Japanese Sake, Shochu and frosty cold beers.
I love gyu kaku.
You order every little different things, and you can cook at the table.
Price is moderate. but the quality & taste of food is excellent.
It gets a bit noisy when it becomes busy,
but I love this place.
Gyu kaku...best Yakiniku Resto ever in LA...It's fun cooking your own dinner in a charcoal grill on your own table...I love how they marinate all the meat esp the Garli beef...my all time fave and they have good slecetion for Sake and the staff are so friendly and fast service too. And a good place for dinner date.
I love this place. The Misa Beef and Garlic beef and the best on the menu. The night we went, dollar beers! I highly recommend the asparagus and the garlic shrimp. Service can be slow during high times, but awesome nonetheless.
Gyu-kaku is a Japanese BBQ chain, and you grill your own dinner here. You pick the meats and sauces (the server can also help with recommendations) and then start grilling. When the combos are good, they're really really good, as only fresh-grilled meat can be. We've had some misses here, but the butter beef and kalbi short rib with miso glaze are pretty much as good as food gets in my book.
The basil chicken and fish (grilled plain with a bit of lemon) are also yummy. Skip the smores, we couldn't make them work at all. Occasionally our grill would konk out on us, so it's a bad idea to arrive *starving*, but come armed with patience and you'll cook up some of the best food you've ever had.