Teriyaki Madness Opens First Shop in Eugene, Oregon

After having spent 20 years in Eugene, Farhan Khan is excited to open his fifth business and bring the Seattle-style teriyaki concept to the community. Farhan opened his first business, a sub shop, in Portland at 24-years-old after graduating from Northwest Christian University. Shortly after, he met his wife and they moved back to Eugene, where he opened up four more businesses including two convenience stores, a car rental service and a burger joint. As he’s gotten older, he’s realized the importance of healthy eating, and with Teriyaki Madness, he saw the opportunity to bring good, delicious food to the neighborhood.

“I’m really excited and impressed how well my team executed during the opening.”-Farhan Khan

We are excited to spread the Madness in the Oregon community and our fans are loving the Madness too!

We are happy to see fans social media stories shared with thousands of viewers about the first ever Teriyaki Madness in Oregon, opening in Eugene.

 

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