This is a great place to take your friends. In the middle of each table there is a grill on which you cook your meat. The aesthetics of the restaurant create a comfortable and relaxed atmosphere that make cooking your own food quite enjoyable. Unexpectedly, quite jazz music was playing during the meal. While the waitress may not speak English, there is an entirely English menu available with pictures and helpful explanations. While some of the items on the menu might seem exotic, beef tongue and pig intestines, they are all quite tasty and have a similar taste to regular types of meat. In addition to the tongues, I ordered gyu-kaku roast, tzubozuke kalbi, the kimuchi selection, vegetables, and my personal favorite, the salty tare harami. The menu is full of different sorts of meat and vegetables so you have a wide variety of options to try, all of which should be able to satisfy everyone in your party. After you receive your food, feel free to cook it at your leisure. Try wrapping some meat and vegetables in large piece of lettuce and dip it in one of the many sauces available. Foreigners are frequent customers at Gyu-Kaku. Gyu-Kaku is moderately priced so you don’t have to break the bank to enjoy it. Have a beer, sit back and take pleasure in cooking your food at this fantastic restaurant.