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805 Third Ave. 2nd Fl. (bet. 50th & 51st St)
Lunch: Mon-Sat 11:30am-2pm
Dinner: Mon-Thu 5pm-11pm  Fri & Sat  5pm-12pm  Sun  5pm-10pm

At Gyu-kaku, motto is “Be your own chef.” There you can cook tasty morsels to your liking over a charcoal fire. Pick up meats, put them on the wire net grill, and enjoy the barbeque on the table. It’s very simple, and all the meats are cut into mouth-sized pieces. An added plus is that the unique air cleaners here eliminate smoke and any lingering scents, so it’s no problem if you wear nice business attire. The minute you come in, the staff greet you by saying “Irrasshaimase!”- While the welcoming Japanese service is very professional and polite, this Japanese, new interpretation of barbeque, fits into the ever-changing lifestyle in Manhattan.

U.S. Kobe Kalbi

World famous Kobe Beef comes to Gyu-kaku. This premium cut of boneless short-rib is served with our house BBQ sauce. Soft, juicy, top quality Japanese beef at $24! Enjoy!

The most popular dish among Japanese customers  BEST 3!

(1)Premium Kalbi (short rib) ($11)
(2)Gyu Tan (tongue) ($9)
(3)Harami (skirt) ($10)