Teriyaki Boy -- the return!

Me and Ate Pi, decided to go to Ayala Triangle to see the sparkling Christmas decor in Ayala triangle which i will be posted soon. We took photos and when its time for its 30-minutes break, we have also decided to eat. Unfortunately the restaurants in Ayala triangle were full of tourists. That's we have headed to Teriyaki Boy located in Paseo de Roxas, Makati.

Teriyaki Boy -- Paseo De Roxas, Makati City





Inside the Restaurant - cozy and relaxing ambiance.





Our messy table -- full of menus
Picture picture before we order =)
We have Ordered 2 Katsudon

1 Tori Karaage Solo


Another Picture Picture while waiting for our food. Ate Pi has been talking to her phone for almost 20 minutes.

Katsudon
Tori Karaage
I have been in Teriyaki Boy so many times.Let's find out where did the scrumptious foods created by Teriyaki Boy came from.

The Teriyaki Boy Story: A Bundle of Youthful Energy  

Filipino foodies with a craving for Japanese cuisine used to be limited either to expensive traditional Japanese served in high-end restaurants or greasy pseudo Japanese fare that is low in quality. This is why when Teriyaki Boy entered the picture it served like a breath of fresh air in the local restaurant industry and put Japanese casual dining into a whole new level. Young, hip and modern, Teriyaki Boy made it possible for people from all walks of life to get their fill of Japanese cuisine as it was meant to be enjoyed – delicious, no frills, and always top quality. Serving as the middle man between high-end Japanese restaurants and mass-produced fastfood fare, Teriyaki Boy quickly gained popularity among families, office workers and even students who want to enjoy top-quality Japanese food at affordable price points. That’s why it didn’t take long for Teriyaki Boy to become the market leader in the Japanese casual dining category today. Aside from serving the best Teriyaki Chicken in town, success and leadership, commissary establishment and management, product development, and employee training all contributed to the success of this growing franchise.
As Teriyaki Boy now belongs to the Pancake House Group, which also handles Pancake House, Dencio’s, Singkit, Sizzlin Pepper Steak, and Le Coeur de France, the brand underwent a thorough rebranding campaign complete with a new set of brand mascots to accompany Teriyaki Boy, fresh menu offerings, and an updated look for all of its more than 30 branches nationwide. With its rebranding efforts in full swing, diners can expect a lot of exciting new things to happen at Teriyaki Boy.   (source: http://www.teriyakiboy.com.ph/tb/)



Happy Eating!
Till Next Time!!!

Yakap at Halik,




Comments

gingerSnap said…
hi Aylin,
Alam mo ba miss ko na yan. Tinakam mo naman ako. Salamat ha.
Love,
Ginger
Faye said…
I love Teriyaki Boy!:) yummy!:)
Teriyaki Boy said…
Hi! We're glad you had a great experience at our Paseo Center branch! Hope you dont mind that we featured your blog at our Facebook page. :) http://www.facebook.com/pages/Teriyaki-Boy/21368808429
bubblyfluffy said…
Hi Ginger,

Hehe. Masarap talaga diyan sa Teriyaki Boy :)
Visit ka na ulit sa Philippines. Ingat po and Godbless =)

Love,
Aylin
bubblyfluffy said…
Hi Teriyaki Boy,

Thanks for featuring my blog on your Facebook Page. :-)

Love,
Aylin
Teriyaki Boy said…
Hi! We're glad you had a great experience at our Paseo Center branch! Hope you dont mind that we featured your blog at our Facebook page. :) http://www.facebook.com/pages/Teriyaki-Boy/21368808429
Faye said…
I love Teriyaki Boy!:) yummy!:)