Teriyaki to Go

I’ve always enjoyed quick service Asian food as far as I can remember. The first chain that I frequented as a little one was Yoshinoya. It still holds a special place in my heart with the steamed rice, pickled ginger & all but a girl needs some variety too.

Yogi’s Teriyaki isn’t too far from me but I always seemed to forget about it. I finally decided to give it a try. I walked into the small restaurant at noon on a weekday so needless to say, it was pretty busy. The menu consisted of small and large bowls of teriyaki chicken and beef. I couldn’t decide so I just got a small combo to go since the restaurant was pretty full. Fortunately, I barely waited at all for my lunch.


When I opened up the container, the charred smell straight off the grill wafted through the air. Both the beef and chicken were very tender and generously basted in a teriyaki glaze. I picked up some extra teriyaki sauce but I really didn’t need it since the meat was so tender and juicy. The order also came with a generous serving of warm & fresh rice. There was so much that I didn’t finish it all but that’s ok since the meat was the star. Yogi’s definitely reminded me a lot of The Flame Broiler, another teriyaki chain. However I’ll be going to Yogi’s more since it’s closer to home. If there’s one near by, try it out!

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6 thoughts on “Teriyaki to Go

    • Oh yeah, had dry chicken too many times recently. This was a welcome change.

    • You’re very welcome! Yes teriyaki dishes are so easy to make at home too! :) Thanks for stopping by.

  1. Yoshinoya’s gyudon! I’ve never tried Yoshinoya in the US yet. Is it good? This Teriyaki donburi looks good. I also prefer Asian fast food as it seems healthier…but I like Western greasy fast food too..hard to choose sometimes.

    • Yeah the “American” fast food is more prevalent so I’m more likely to think about it first. But I have to remind myself that we’ve got a huge variety of fast food & Asian yes is healthier. I’m partial to Yoshinoya because my mom took me there as a kid. There’s plenty other options that are more sophisticated these days but Yoshinoya will always be special to me. Thanks for stopping by!