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Gyu Kaku Japanese BBQ is a Japanese Restaurant in Las Vegas. Serving a wide variety of Japanese dishes which are truly authentic. Some of the feast listed on the menu are Yakiniku, different starters like edamame, they also have ramen, salads and desserts. They also offer an eat – all – you – can menu. The staff are very knowledgeable about the menu. This is one great dining experience in Las Vegas for those Japanese food lovers who knows the taste of authentic Japanese dishes which will truly satisfy their craving palates.
With more than 700 locations world-wide, Gyu-Kaku has been delivering happiness to our customers through the food and dining experience. We believe that as human beings the simple and basic act of dining together can build the strongest bonds. Through our creation of the perfect dining experience, our wish is to be keen to our customers’ needs, and to serve them in a way that surpasses their expectations. We at Gyu-Kaku strongly hope that through the shared cultural experience of dining we help create a more enjoyable lifestyle for everyone.
Established in 2001.
Gyu-Kaku, meaning “Horn of the Bull” in Japanese provides the authentic Japanese Yakiniku (barbeque) dining experience where customers share premium cooked meats over a flaming charcoal grill while sipping on Japanese Sake, Shochu and frosty cold beers. Gyu-Kaku offers a wide range of meats including the bestseller Harami Skirt Steak in Miso marinade, Certified Angus Kalbi Short Rib in Tare Soy marinade. Other popular items include pork, lamb, duck & chicken, Shrimp Garlic & a variety of vegetables.
Name: Gyu-Kaku Japanese BBQ
Address: 3550 S Decatur Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89103, USA
- Murray Inman
Great place to celebrate or just do something special. The cost is higher than an average but didn't feel like a bad value. Food quality was top notch and prepared with respect for the food. Staff were helpful and attentive. Will plan to visit every trip to Vegas. Hopefully they will open one in Phoenix!
- Dyllan Godfrey
I love this place!! I've been here a few times now and will go back again and again. This was the first place I ever visited where you "cook your own food" and it really changed my opinion on the idea. The meat was well marinated, the lunch specials are killer, and you get a ton of food for the price. I've also tried some of their rice dishes and they are equally great. I would highly recommend to anyone.
- John Go
Place is interesting and fun. They are playing lounge/chill music. The dining booth are great, except the side that connects with the other side is quite open. The food is great and the service is excellent also. Defiantly a place to eat and chill with friends and family.
- Alexander Ignatious
Friendly staff, amazing food, and affordable drinks. We splurged for the "ultimate" all you can eat option at $42 each and since we were there during happy hour all our drinks were on the cheap. You get 90 minutes to eat and we always get full by 45 minutes. Dessert is also all you can eat on the ultimate menu and they have super delicious macaroon ice cream sandwiches >:3