The concept is simple: each table in the restaurant is equipped with a grill (hibachi) and you order whatever you’re craving on the menu. Yakiniku is the Japanese term for grilled meat and it usually includes beef, pork, chicken, seafood and veggies.
Each guest can order its own meat or you can order for the table and share!
Gyu-Kaku, the Japanese barbecue king!
The chain is already well established in Japan with over 600 restaurants and is constantly opening new ones around the globe.
Montreal is the 5th city in Canada where the popular chain decided to open.
We got Meat Lover’s for 2 which is a really good bang for the buck. For 55$, you will get 6 plates of meat, corn, edamame, karaage, steamed rice, salad and ice cream — more than enough to fill a good appetite.
If you’ve ever been to a Korean BBQ, most of the time, it’s all you can eat and you ‘always’ order too much. With Gyu-Kaku menu, it’s easier to not go overboard and be conscious of what you order since you pay for each plate that comes to your table.
On the à la carte menu, there are plenty of other options if you’re not down to grill your meat yourself.