Gyu-Kaku - New York, NY | Times Square
Traditionally called Yakiniku, this Japanese barbecue spot is known for their delicious, fresh (never frozen), high-quality meats!
Enjoy an ice cold beer as you grill your own meat. Happy Hours offer the best deals on food and drinks, so be sure to wind down and get the night started right with us.
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It was a great time for my friends birthday.
Fast and fun. We had a great time.
Always a great time with great food! Our go to spot for wings and ramen!
i come here weekly. service and food was great, as usual.
Great food! Waiter could’ve been more attentive however it was a good day night.
Went there before a show. Was a great experience and the staff were very friendly. Lots of good quality food and affordable prices for a Japanese BBQ.
This is my favorite location. Even when they are busy they still take their time with you and explain throughout the process
Generous portions. Mare room for desert! Food quality is good and tasty. Good place for fun with the family or friends including kids. Consider happy hour too!
Incredible service! Food was delicious! Overall a great experience.
Great staff. Fun experience
A great choice for affordable Korean BBQ and a fun place to visit in the Times Square/Theater District
Visited this restaurant with my daughter who lives in NYC because it is one of her favorites. We loved the food and we had a very diverse group of tastes. There was something for everyone. The drinks were amazing. We went before a show Sunday show so we were there at happy hour which really helped our bill! - only 100 bucks for 5 people, with cocktails. The food has reduced prices during happy hours as well. I recommend this restaurant and also recommend planning for the happy hour time frame for extra value!
Nestled in the heart of Times Square (right on 44th street), Guy-Kaku is a popular chain of Japanese Barbeque grill-it-yourself kinda place. With laminated menus, flyers announcing specials and great Happy Hour prices
I heard they have over 800 locations in Asia and USA! I’m not a fan of chains but was lured in by their great Happy Hour prices…$6 for a glass of Chardonnay in Times Sq? sign me up!
Every table has a gas, smokeless brazier, where you grill your own meat for dipping in a variety of sauces. A la carte menu with a choice of 6 different marinades. The amount of options and choices can be overwhelming. The happy hour menu is more manageable and has the basics.