Teriyaki Boy, the pioneer in Japanese Casual Dining has once again paved the way for a more exciting menu line up for its guests especially this Holiday Season.
If you want a familiar place with a newer and fresher way to enjoy Japanese dishes, Teriyaki Boy has just rolled out its new menu to all its branches nationwide.
Visit and try the new Beef Tataki, a succulent wafu steak, grilled and seared on top of a layer of buttered mixed mushrooms. You can also try Teriyaki Boy’s Dragon Maki a roll shaped like a dragon topped with unagi (eel). It is breaded shrimp covered with sushi rice and sprinkled with sesame seed. Then there is our Tonkatsu, made using only a high quality fillet of US Pork, breaded and deep fried until golden brown. Enjoyed with a cabbage salad on the side and drizzled with our very own sesame dressing
Of course, your favorite Teriyaki Boy Chicken continues to lead the pack on flavors and preference. Enjoy it as a roll, ala carte, as a ju or as part of a complete meal in a bento box.
And, if you’re planning an even bigger party at home or in your office, you can serve Teriyaki Boy’s festive Sushi Party Platter. It’s a sumptuous array of all your favorites including California Roll, Philly Cheese Steak Roll, Crunchy Kani Maki and Teriyaki Boy Chicken Maki.
Best of all, it’s available to grab and go at 27 selected stores from December 13, 2013 to January 15, 2014. Simply call 588 2468 from 11 am9 pm to order your Sushi Party Platter and have it delivered to any Metro Manila address!
And, for such a luxe feast, the Sushi Platter is super affordable: only P849 for a regular tray good for four, and P1399 for a large tray.
At Teriyaki Boy, you can treat yourself to its festive new eats this season, and slow down the rush of Christmas by ordering and serving the nofuss Sushi Part Platter at your gatherings. (Plus you can check out Teriyaki Boy’s 37th store has just opened at The Portal located along Shaw Boulevard in Mandaluyong City.)
For updates and information, visit facebook.com/TeriyakiBoyPh or check out their branches at teriyakiboy.com.ph.