Oh Teriyaki Boy

We’re fans of Sizzling Pepper Steak but sometimes, we get tired of their sizzling menu so we gave it’s sister restaurant a try, Teriyaki Boy. I salute their management in dividing the area of the restaurants into two places with distinctive style. In the North Edsa branch, I love the circular sofas inside Teriyaki Boy, perfect for group dining. The air conditioners are also not affected by the smoke that comes from the food at Sizzling Pepper Steak.

I had rice toppings while Jeff got their ramen.

Teriyaki Boy Chicken Ju

Teriyaki Boy Chicken Ju has one chunk of grilled chicken glazed with a sweet barbecue sauce. I find the chicken a bit overcooked though, hence the edges are tough. I love the sauce that comes with the chicken but I can’t ask for additional servings. I should have ordered additional soup to go with my meal because eating it with rice alone is not satisfying.

Gyuniku Ramen

Jeff was satisfied with his Gyuniku Ramen. It was served hot just as it should be. Noodles were not overcooked and the broth is sweet and without unnecessary spices and garnishing.

Check out the other ramen places I’ve tried:

We saw from their menu that they a wide array of choices for their sushi, but we have no idea what to order. Can you recommend what to order on our next visit?

Comments

  1. i love the raw egg in the ramen!

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  2. My barkada used to eat at Teriyaki Boy whenever we go out. And I love their Chicken Teriyaki. 🙂 But eversince my boyfriend (who’s excellent at cooking) discovered a recipe that tastes pretty much the same, sa bahay na lang. 🙂

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  3. I love teriyaki…..and those pictures just look like they’re tempting me.

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  4. Miss ko na kumain sa Teriyaki Boy.. fav ko rin ang gyuniku ramen nila…

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  5. Haven’t tried Teriyaki Boy ever since (I feel like a loser just now. LOL!) I think this should be one of my agenda next time. ^_^

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  6. Makes me hungry now…sarap!

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