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A Gyu Kaku

A Gyu Kaku

Gyu Kaku

Gyu Kaku is an authentic Japanese restaurant founded with the intention of serving authentic Japanese cuisine.

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. Gyu-Kaku offers a wide range of meats including the best-seller Harami Skirt Steak in Miso Marinade and Certified Angus Kalbi Short Rib in Tare Sweet Soy Marinade.

We want our food dining experience to inspire laughter, conversation, and amazing times! You can’t help it – with a personal grill installed at every table, everyone instantly becomes an expert cook. Our friendly staff aspires to lead guests through the dining experience with helpful suggestions. The sounds around you are of parties and laughter – the PERFECT choice for first dates, families, and catching up with friends. 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. Gyu-Kaku offers a wide range of meats including the best-seller Harami Skirt Steak in Miso Marinade and Certified Angus Kalbi Short Rib in Tare Sweet Soy Marinade. (Source: atlanticstation.com)

Location

There are over 700 Gyu-Kaku restaurants worldwide, and the first U.S. location opened in West Los Angeles in 2001. Our Award Winning Restaurant was awarded the Hot Concept Award in 2007 and the demand keeps growing! Our fun and exciting experience allows for everyone to enjoy barbecuing at their table. The best part? Our Smokeless Roaster. With our down draft system, the smoke is sucked into the bottom of the table and away from guests!

Work can feel very rewarding, however can get stressful at times. Be prepared to work hard, you will not get by slacking at work, it gets very busy and can become a little overwhelming because the restaurant is fairly small but you get used to it. Closing/opening can be strenuous just because there is a lot of work to do and will typically take 1-2 hours. This location is pretty unorganized for the time being. There's a clear preference for females over males which can be frustrating. Manager takes a very long time to get things fixed such as items out of stock or items in need meanwhile expects workers to figure everything out on their own. (Source: www.indeed.com)

 

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