Teriyaki Madness in Daytona Beach was featured in The Daytona Beach News Journal with an awesome review of the location. A loyal Teriyaki Madness lover frequents the Daytona Beach location and they loved the food! See what they had to say about the Asian food franchise below!

LUNCH BUNCH: Teriyaki Madness offers ‘Asian fusion’ cuisine served Seattle style

Teriyaki Madness describes itself as a Denver-based fast-casual “Asian fusion” chain inspired by the ubiquitous teriyaki joints in Seattle, where the chain’s founders went to college.

As a native Seattleite, News-Journal Business Editor Clayton Park, and his wife Diane, recently ate lunch at the Teriyaki Madness in Daytona Beach to see just how authentic the food actually is.

What did you order?

Clayton ordered the Beef Teriyaki Bowl, which came with fresh stir-fried veggies (also available steamed), on a bed of brown rice.

The bowls can be customized to be served on either white, brown or fried rice, or on yakisoba noodles, or on an additional serving of veggies.

Diane ordered the Orange Chicken Bowl, with stir-fried veggies and yakisoba (Japanese buckwheat) noodles.

We also ordered a bowl of Chicken Katsu, a Japanese version of fried chicken.

The bowls come in either small, regular and large sizes.

We ordered the small size for all three dishes and shared them.

How was the food?

We loved it.

Read the full article here! >>

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