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TKGEats at Gyukatsu Kyoto Katsugyu

Who doesn't love beef?

We had a long day at the Machida Tenmangu Flea Market, so preparing food at home was definitely a no-no. After checking the restaurants, we decided to dine at Gyukatsu Kyoto Katsugyu. It is one of the popular restos in Machida because it has another branch just a few meters away. No kidding. Most of the diners here are locals and ryuugakusei. Btw, Gyukatsu Kyoto Katsugyu has many branches all over Japan and in other countries. 

Gyukatsu is beef cutlet served medium rare. You can opt to cook it on the grill till it reach the done-ness you want or just heat it a bit, and start eating. 

That's the ceramic grill where you cook the gyukatsu. It is similar to an essential oil-burner where you place a tea-light candle inside and oil on top. Except here, you place the meat and cook it a bit. 

So here's what we ordered:

Chuck tail flap Gyukatsu Set. 

Ribeye Gyukatsu Set. 

Gyukatsu Kyoto Kagsugyu is a few minutes walk from Machida Station. 

Gyukatsu Kyoto Kagsugyu
6 Chome-7-8 Haramachida,
Machida, Tokyo


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