Grills bring flavor and fun to the lives of a wide range of people types, including suburban dads, television chefs, and international hip-hop ultrastar Xcalade. Get your fill from the grill with today's Groupon at Gyu-Kaku on East Ohio Street. Choose between two options:
- For $20, you get $40 worth of fine Japanese fare and drinks in the dining room.
- For $10, you get $20 worth of fine Japanese fare and drinks at the bar.
Gyu-Kaku sates appetites for elegant, delicate flavors while satisfying creative desires with an interactive menu filled with grill-it-yourself fare. For dinner, design your own dish with a yakiniku grilling set. Slather palates with the U.S. Kobe beef, which includes ample portions of Harami skirt steak paired with delectably dunkable sauces (starting at $24). Melodic, meaty notes are best accompanied by a recorder quartet or a chord of grilled veggies such as fresh asparagus ($5), zucchini ($4), or japanese sweet potato ($5). The grill-averse can seek heat in the spicy tofu chigae bowl ($8) or in a sizzling stone pot of bibimbap, filled with ground chicken, namuru vegetables, and egg ($10). For dessert, save room for dorayaki ice cream ($6), in which ice cream is sandwiched between two fluffy pancakes, creating a breakfast fit for sugar-starved angels. The lunch menu presents a selection of prix-fixe delicacies, including the surf-and-turf set, where succulent shrimp attempt a flavorful piggyback ride on a tender filet mignon ($18).
To thoroughly confuse teleporting patrons, Gyu-Kaku boasts more than 700 locations worldwide and is skilled in the art of sizzle. The expansive menu allows diners to satisfy a wide range of culinary cravings, from vegetarian delights to hearty, meat-centric safaris.