What does Gyu-Kaku mean in Japanese? Gyu-Kaku, meaning “Horn of the Bull” in Japanese, provides the authentic Japanese yakiniku (grilled barbecue) dining experience where customers share premium cooked meats over a flaming charcoal grill, while sipping on Japanese sake, shochu, and frosty cold beers.
Does Gyu-Kaku use MSG? Our food may contain MSG, eggs, soy, milk, wheat, sesame seeds, and/or nuts • We apologize for the inconvenience but due to safety concerns, BBQ items, raw seafood/meat items, and hot soup items are not available for takeout • 2000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice, but calorie needs vary.
How many Gyu-Kaku are there in the United States? With over 57 locations in the United States and Canada, our mission is to spread the Yakiniku (Japanese BBQ) culture throughout the world but we can’t do it without you.
Is Gyu-Kaku a chain? The Gyu-Kaku chain pursues “restaurants that offer good food at reasonable prices with excellent atmosphere/services,” and customers can enjoy various menu items such as barbecue (not only meat but also vegetables and seafood), desserts and drinks.