Gyu-Kaku Japanese BBQ Restaurant

Gyu-Kaku Japanese BBQ Restaurant

Gyu-Kaku Japanese BBQ Restaurant


Ratings:
92%   (13 votes)
12 / 13

The HungryGoWhere team is here to help you. Listed below are this eatery's available take-away and delivery options.

Delivery:
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Take-away:
Gyu-Kaku Japanese BBQ Restaurant is offering take-away via the following options:
https://www.gyu-kaku.com.sg/news1/2020/4/12/gyu-kaku-takeaway-amp-delivery-promotion-start-from-7-apr-2020-1130am-800pm-last-order-730pmGyu-Kaku Japanese BBQ Restaurant offers some of the best Japanese cuisines, serving a tantalizing collection of dishes that are suitable for family, large groups, catching up with friends and colleagues. From Kon Namuru to Chicken Tatsuta-age its extensive menu is reflective of the restaurant’s efforts to cater to every palate.

Located atMarina Square and just a few minutes away fromPromenade MRT Station, Gyu-Kaku, meaning “horn of the bull” in Japanese, is Japan’s best-loved Yakiniku restaurant in Japan, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines, Taiwan, Hong Kong and the USA.There is a saying in Japan, “People who eat together from the same pot of rice develop stronger, meaningful and long-lasting relationships.At Gyu-Kaku, you can share the warmth of not only delicious food but also the warmth of those you love.MUST TRIES: Indulge in their mouth-watering dishes such as Lamb Chop, Aburi Prawn, Ishiyaki Bibimbab and Nori Nori Rice.

Hours:

Daily: 11:30 - 22:00

Address:
6 Raffles Boulevard, #02-106 Marina Square

Cuisine:
Asian, Japanese



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