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For my birthday, we decided to go to Gyu-Kaku in Rancho Cucamonga. Having never tried it, the novelty of cooking your own Japanese style BBQ appealed to me. Overall, it was a good choice, albeit slightly overpriced. So my advice is to only go when their Happy Hour menu is in effect. I promise, you (and your wallet) will be better for it.

We ordered the Happy Hour course for 2 people ($39.95), which includes:

  • Gyu-Kaku salad (fancier name for their version of House Salad)
  • Miso soup for two
  • California Roll
  • Fried Calamari
  • Sukiyaki Bibimbap
  • Bistro Hangar Steak Miso
  • New York Steak Miso
  • Kalbi Chuck Garlic
  • Chicken Tenders
  • Toro Beef Tare
  • Yaki Shabu Miso
  • Spinach Garlic

 Fried Calamari - average, run of the mill fried squid. 

 We also ordered some Fried Tofu, which was tasty, but nothing extraordinary. 

 California Roll - also tasty, but nothing to write home about. 

 Chicken Karaage - quite good; enjoyed by both adults and children. 

 Garlic shrimp and spinach with garlic up in our grill. 

Assorted meats waiting to be cooked, then devoured.

Gyu-Kaku, Rancho Cucamonga
7893 Monet Ave.
Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91739