Grace (sis) had been dying to go to this place so when my dad asked us to dinner last night what did Sam and I shout out in unison but "Gyu-Kaku"! (Not really but that would have been cool....or really cheesy.) We got a reservation - which is now pretty tough to come by - they said everyone has to be present and they only have a 15 min grace period.
8. They have this special contest thing going on next month - for every $25 bucks you get a scratch card to win free drinks or money...cool!
Quick side note: We were talking about why Koreans now grill over gas and my feeling is that they've forgotten about the lost art of galbi. They're all rushing to Japanese sushi joints now bc the margins are higher! I don't know how many times I have now gone into a sushi joint and heard a Korean say hello to me in Japanese. You are not fooling me, buddy!
Berry, Linker, Grace and me:
Me and Taka, the manager, really nice guy who sent me a personal email this morning thanking me for my original blog post:
The whole family (stepmom, this is almost as bad as the peace fingers - no disrespect but not sure what you were doing there.)
Parking: There is a lot down the street (same side towards Westside Pavilion):
One last thing, certain Gyu-Kakus (like this one) now are available for catering.You can either pick up some raw meat a la carte and grill it at home or buy one of three BBQ combos. Call for details.
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