The menu spans the gamut of beef cuts, pork, lamb, chicken, fish and vegetables to grill, and there are rice and noodle dishes, Japanese soups and salads. Prices are reasonable, with most of the grilling entrees between $8 and $16, and a Kobe style Kalbi short rib for $24. As for beverages, there's full list of sakes, cocktails, beer and wine.
Gyu-Kaku features a sleek minimalist look with dark wood, booths and tables. Grills are built into the tables so guests are the ones doing the cooking. (The menus have a section that reads: “Friendly reminders to enjoy Japanese BBQ safely.”)
This latest location joins hundreds of Gyu-Kaku locations worldwide.
Initial hours are listed at 5-9 PM, daily, but will likely expand, according to boston.eater.com, which called our attention to the opening.
1002 Beacon St., Brookline; 617-264-6190