|Alternative names||gyūmeshi ('beef [and] rice'), beef bowl|
|Place of origin||Japan|
|Main ingredients||rice, beef and onion|
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Gyūdon (牛丼, meaning "beef bowl") is a rice dish having a topping of beef and onion simmered in multiple sauces. It has been known to be served in big rice bowl resturants, such as Yoshinoya and Sukiya.