The Union Station neighborhood lands a new Japanese barbecue restaurant with plans to open soon.
Gyu-Kaku, pronounced GEW-KAH-KOO and meaning “horn of the bull” in Japanese, provides a Japanese yakiniku (grilled barbecue) dining experience. Customers cook over a grill at the center of every table, ordering from a roster of proteins, including Harami skirt steak in miso marinade and certified Angus kalbi short ribs in tare sweet soy marinade.
The restaurant also serves noodle bowls, rice dishes, and vegetables, as well as pork dumplings, fried bacon chips, and Japanese fried chicken. Diners can opt for an all-you-can-eat option with 54 dishes available for 90 minutes.
Gyu-Kaku hasn’t teased an opening date but is hiring. Expect the restaurant to open for lunch and dinner, staying open late, daily.
• Gyu-Kaku Japanese BBQ [Official Site]
• All Coming Attractions [EDEN]