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Gyu-Kaku Japanese BBQ
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805 3rd Ave New York, NY 10022
805 3rd AvenueUSNew YorkNew York10022
(212) 702-8816gyu-kaku.com
$$Japanese Restaurant, Asian Restaurant
Japanese Restaurant
Asian Restaurant
Bar
Barbecue Restaurant
Diner
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Today 11:30AM–11PM
Monday 11:30AM–11PMTuesday 11:30AM–11PMWednesday 11:30AM–11PMThursday 11:30AM–11PMFriday 11:30AM–12AMSaturday 11:30AM–12AMSunday 11:30AM–10PM
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We are a Japanese BBQ restaurant where you grill our freshly prepared meats and vegetables at your own grill in the middle of your table!
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"Their Japanese BBQ is great but their green tea crepe really takes the cake!"
"Happy Hour Specials add value to the dining and drinking experience."
"We followed the suggestions from the waiter and had a delicious dinner."
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Johnathan Gibbs
a week ago
There is just something about Japanese barbecue that I love especially the type that you have to cook yourself. This restaurant never has a wait when I go to it, however this is usually on the off-peak hours. As I said, this is one of my favorite places to go. The food is really good and if you go during happy hour you can get a lot of food for a great price. The last time I went I got for meat dishes a vegetable dish and a soda for $30. You get to sit at a table with a grill and cook the meat yourself this is quite an experience especially For Tourists. If you are a tourist and have never done this before, make sure to find someone who has done it before and have them show you. If you do not know anybody, then asked the wait staff they will be glad to help you. Japanese restaurants, as you will find, are very polite when you answer everybody greets you the waiter announces that you've arrived and everybody responds. It is really fun.
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John Yam
a month ago
I like tried location over the one in the east village. This is on the second floor with high ceilings and big glass windows so you can see the other buildings nearby. You may want to make a reservation as it can get busy and you may but not be offered seating. I like the option for 2 forb $70. There are two options from each of the sections of appetizers and meats. I like the Salmon with seaweed and avocado. I like the meats with the marinades. They bring the meats to your table and you grill the meats yourself. I suggest you separate the thongs - one for putting raw meats on the grill and other to grab meats when done to avoid contamination. I like this type of Japanese BBQ and slightly different from the Korean BBQ.
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isholin
a month ago
decent tasting food at an affordable price of around $25. best for winters. you come out smelly from the bbq grills. dont order the garlic beef.
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Max Png
6 months ago
Restaurant. Open every day of the year, and happy hour/all you can eat deals are in abundance. Just make sure you make a reservation or you'll find yourself in a long long wait. Servers are friendly and helpful. You can't really go wrong with any of the meats ( remember to ask for the sauce suggestions ). I'd also recommend trying the stone bowl rice.
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P.P. B
a month ago
Love! Love this place. A little smaller than the East Village location and a little more upscale in customers, catering to the late 20's and up crowd. The menu too is slightly higher end in some items but still the same great BBQ you'd expect from any Gyu-Kaku. Service is prompt and the staff well trained and knowledgeable. Outdoor seating available as well and a small bar with seating by the windows to wait for tables or just for quick small bites and drink. There is a private space in the back for large parties were the tradition is shoes off...
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Andrew L
a month ago
Went here for dinner with colleagues. There were 9 of us so we decided to do two of the course menus; the meat lovers and Kandou. These were more than enough as the food kept on coming. The service was great as they were attentive and removed our empty plates swiftly. We had two grills to use to cook our food. Unfortunately, one of the grills for some reason would only cook on a small section of the grill instead of the whole thing. So cooking our food took a little longer. Other than that, food was great and would recommend people try it out!
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Peter Kim
3 months ago
Not as good as k-town bbq but is significantly cheaper! A very good deal if you want to get some bbq and beer during its famous happy hour! My favorite is Kalbi chuck short rib. Meats are marinated a bit too much for my taste, but still great for the price.
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Christopher Bacayon
2 months ago
Went for the first time, great happy hour prices on food and drinks. If you want an app suggestion go for the fried bacon chips or the fried shishito peppers (regular)