They offer their Happy Hour special on these days and times:
- Monday All Day
- Lunch: Everyday 11:30AM–6PM
- Dinner: Sun–Thu 9PM–10:30PM
Fri & Sat 9:30PM–11:30PM
The girls and I came here at 9:30pm on a Friday to indulge in this menu. We made reservations ahead of time to make sure we got seats.
They have booths large enough for big groups but not too large.
Iced Green Tea ($3) is the one drink I always get here. It’s not sweetened but it’s still good. The drink is also bottomless, so you can keep on getting refills.
Mug of Sapporo ($3) is on their “Super Happy Hour” menu. You definitely need beer to go with BBQ meats.
Shio Cabbage ($2) is very addictive. It has a distinctive sesame dressing.
Edamame is free when you check-in on Facebook and show the server.
Chicken Karaage Bowl ($6.95) has the rice on the bottom, topped with the fried boneless chicken, cabbage, mayo, and garnish. It’s good and filling.
Seaweed Soup ($2.95) is what Mandu had. She also added a bit of the rice from the karaage bowl into it.
Of course, we needed some meat to BBQ on their grill.
Kalbi Chuck ($5.95)
Toro Beef ($3)
Pork belly ($3.95)
The different meats were delicious and only needed to be cooked a few minutes per side.
Overall, service was friendly and the Happy Hour deals were great.
We Rate Gyu-Kaku Japanese BBQ:
201-950 West Broadway