Address: 仙台市太白区長町南3-3-30扇ビル1F. Located across the street from the Nagamachi-minami Subway Station on the other side of the bus pool.
Map: Scroll down below.
Open: 11 am to 1 am. Lunch is from 11 am to 3 pm.
If you've ever exited Nagamachi-minami Subway Station by the escalators that lead to the ward office you've probably gotten a whiff of the succulent meats being grilled at Gyuumao. I’ve been coming to this place off and on for the past ten years. It’s really nothing extravagant but I do like the lunch specials: a variety of inexpensive lunch yakiniku sets, as well as lunch ビビンバ and ramen.
I’ve become a creature of habit and always order theミックス定食 ”A” for a low 787 yen. This comes with a small salad (that has a great tangy salad dressing), rice, kimchi, a very nice egg soup, after meal coffee, and the yakiniku platter of ハラミ、みそタン、豚ホルモン. For those readers in the States, the Japanese above is harami beef (tender meat around the diaphragm. miso tan (beef tongue marinated in miso sauce), and pork offal. But I really don’t like the 豚ホルモ all that much, so I wonder why I don’t splurge for an extra 50 or 100 yen and get the all ハルミ or the all カルビ定食.
|Yakiniku Lunch Set "A"|
It’s not a lot of meat, and I’m not too sure if it’s of the highest quality, but with all the fixings’ it manages to satisfy.
|Close-up: Harami on top, Miso Tan on the right, the white on the bottom left is the Offal.|
They have regular tables where you just plop yourself down and about four booths where you have to remove your shoes to enter. There are a couple of parking spaces in the nearby parking lot, but there are five more on the street behind the restaurant. Just run in and ask where the parking lot is. They’ll give you a stick of gum as you pay which I always thought was a nice gesture.
I’ve never been here for dinner but I do recommend Gyuumao for its lunches. So if you happen to be at The Mall and want to do yakiniku, this might be the place for you.
View Larger Map
I've always found offal to taste awful.
Post a Comment