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With over 450 restaurant locations in Japan, Gyu-kaku has finally brought its Japanese barbecue and enthusiasm to Western civilization. As far as dining experiences go, this is the essence of communal enjoyment. By grilling their meats over wood charcoal, the true flavor of the food is brought out. The Kalbi-shio (short ribs in their secret sauce made of white soy, $5.25) is famous, and made them number one in Japan. Also excellent are the Bibimba in hot stone pot (rice, ground chicken and mixed vegetables served in sizzling hot pot) and shrimp shio ($7.95). There are cultural drinks to choose from, including shochu (Korean vodka) concoctions with fresh juices and sakes. One must not leave without trying the homemade An'nin pudding (almond milk pudding, $2.50). Open for dinner seven nights. Beer, wine, sake and shochu cocktails; AE, DC, DIS, MC, V.
The first time I went to "The Gyu" was in Tokyo. I instantly wished they had one back home in LA. I almost got in a car wreck when I saw one pop up in the valley. I love this place. It's not authentic but it's GOOD! Their happy hour is amazing right now!!!
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