Let’s Eat at Teriyaki Boy

George Bernard Shaw said that, “There is no sincerer love than the love of food.” That is why I try to eat at different restaurants and try different dishes. Now, you might be familiar and may have eaten at Teriyaki Boy. I haven’t tried eating at Teriyaki Boy until my good friend (and co-blogger) brought me there.

Teriyaki Boy

Teriyaki Boy offers Japanese food with a unique local twist. They offer the best Chicken Teriyaki (Php 214.00). In fact, it’s one of their best sellers along with their Teriyaki Boy Bento (Php 325.00) is their best seller as well as specialty. Grilled boneless chicken marinated with our special teriyaki sauce, served with steamed Japanese rice, miso soup, kani salad, sesame moyashi, coffee jelly and your choice of iced tea or any Coca-Cola product.

Since its launch in 2001, Teriyaki Boy has become a popular place for people who love Japanese food. I think it’s due to the fact that the place is cozy and clean while the food is delicious and affordable. Not to mention, they have a friendly service.

Since it was my first time, I just flipped the menu and chose randomly. Of course, with the approval of my friend, I ordered the following:

Japanese Fried Rice

Yakimeshi  – This is Japanese fried rice with vegetables and ground pork. We had to share this because of the ample serving. Actually with the serving (or maybe we were too full), you can share it with one more friend. The rice is delicious and it tastes healthy. You can eat it just like that.

Asupara Bacon Maki (P207.00) – There’s no need to feel guilty when eating bacon because Asupara Bacon Maki is here to the rescue. These are fresh asparagus spears wrapped in honey-glazed bacon strips. It’s juicy and healthy.

Tempura Tuna Sashimi Tartare (P155.00) – This is my favorite Teriyaki Boy dish. Tempura Tuna Sashimi Tartare is a spicy mix of tuna sashimi, Japanese mayo and tempura flakes. I love tuna with a little spice. The taste is perfect for me.

Green Tea Jelly (Php 120.00) – For dessert, we had Green Tea Jelly or Gelatin with whipped cream and adzuki beans. For those who hate green tea, don’t worry it doesn’t taste like leaf or grass. It’s not too sweet as well. The whipped cream and adzuki beans complemented the taste of green tea.

If you want to visit Teriyaki Boy, the first branch I visited is:

Teriyaki Boy
SM Annex
AX 1, 3239 SM North EDSA Annex Sto. Cristo Quezon City
Telephone No: (02) 332-7572
Also, Teriyaki Boy delivers.

Teriyaki Boy Site

Happy Eating!

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