TMAD Opens in Small Town Elko, Nevada!

TMAD Opens in Small Town Elko, Nevada!


With soon to be 50 Teriyaki Madness shops nationwide, the madness has arrived in Elko, Nevada!

Sam and Gurpreet Samra, a father and son team, opened their first teriyaki shop in September and had the most successful opening in TMAD history. The shop opened at record breaking numbers and a line out of the door!

“After spending time with the Samra family and the team they hired makes me so excited about what’s to come for them. They have such a strong work ethic and community support that there is going to be nothing but great things
coming from Elko, NV!”


– Shanlee Kasson, Senior Training Manager


Territories are still available!

We are excited to spread the madness to the Nevada market! In the past, you were interested in opening your own Teriyaki Madness. Here’s why now is the time for you to own your own business:

  • the profitability (earning potential 23%)*
  • the yearly sales (average is $1,038,975!)*
  • the business model (simple and scalable)
  • the food (as hearty and delicious as it is healthy) the real estate (small footprint, think strip malls)

*Refer to 2018 Franchise Disclosure Document (FDD)

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TMAD Anticipating a Busy Fall with New Shop Openings

TMAD Anticipating a Busy Fall with New Shop Openings

Teriyaki Madness is anticipating a busy fall with new shop openings. With so many new shops in the mix, we wanted to give some insight into our diverse franchisees and where you can expect to see the next Teriyaki Madness Shops.

Shop Openings

Elko, Nevada

Gurjeet “Sam” Samra is opening his first location in Elko, Nevada! Sam has restaurant experience in owning a Little Ceasars and a liquor/convenience store. His long term goal is to own many Teriyaki Madness locations!

Projected Opening: September, 2018


Shop Openings

Daytona Beach, Florida

Chukk Mills & Brian Mogensen are opening in Daytona B

each, Florida. Chukk’s past experience includes being the Regional Director of Operations at Jimmy John’s and Panera Bread, and the Vice President of Franchise Operations at Tony Roma’s. Brian’s experience includes being an Area Director for Panera Bread and the Director of Franchise Operations at Tony Romas. Together, they own a Mellow Mushroom and have over 44 years of franchising experience. The duo will be opening more locations in the near future!

Projected Opening: September, 2018

Shop Openings

The Woodlands, Texas

Kevin Jennings will be opening his first restaurant in The Woodlands, near Houston, Texas. Kevin previously worked in the oil & gas industry and wanted to follow his dreams of owning his own business.

Projected Opening: October, 2018

TMAD as the Newest Tenant to the Woodlands Waterway Square

TMAD as the Newest Tenant to the Woodlands Waterway Square

Waterway SquareThe released a story about TMAD coming to The Woodlands (near Houston) in Texas! Franchisee, Kevin Jennings, will be opening his first shop in the upcoming months in Waterway Square. Read what the news has to say! – Teriyaki Madness as the Newest Tenant Coming to The Woodlands Waterway Square

The Howard Hughes Corporation® announces Teriyaki Madness as the newest restaurant in The Woodlands® Waterway Square® at 1501 Lake Robbins Drive. Teriyaki Madness will occupy 1,549 square feet of space. With the new addition, 1501 Lake Robbins is now 100% leased.

Teriyaki Madness brings an authentic Seattle Teriyaki House experience to The Woodlands as the fastest growing Asian restaurant concept in the nation. Big, bold bowls are what Teriyaki Madness is famous for, as guests can customize their made-to-order entrees, built with delicious flavors and ingredients starting with made-from-scratch sauces and various rice and noodle options. Entrées include fresh, stir-fried vegetables and quality proteins like all natural, fresh chicken, beef or tofu.

“We are excited to announce the new addition of the popular Teriyaki Madness at 1501 Lake Robbins in The Woodlands Waterway Square District,” said Rip Reynolds, Vice President of Retail and Commercial Land for The Howard Hughes Corporation. “This unique concept is set to open this fall and will certainly be a diverse and welcome addition to the eatery options surrounding The Woodlands Waterway®.”

Teriyaki Madness joins BurgerFi, Dance with Me, Ferrari, Texas Children’s Hospital and Xfinity at 1501 Lake Robbins Drive.

Teriyaki Madness is in 16 states across the U.S. including Texas. This is the franchise’s first location to open in The Woodlands. For more information, visit

Register-Guard: Teriyaki Madness brings fast-casual food bowls to Eugene

Register-Guard: Teriyaki Madness brings fast-casual food bowls to Eugene

We’re excited that reporter Joel Gorthy interviewed franchisee, Farhan Khan for a story featured in the “Entertainment and Life” section of The Register-Guard. Joel shared detailed information about the delicious food offered at Teriyaki Madness, as well as a brief background about Farhan and details of the opening in Eugene. Read the story below! 

Register-Guard: Franchise’s first Oregon restaurant opens in Santa Clara Square


I have a cousin whose childhood palate was so picky and plain, she took her pancakes dry without a drop of syrup or even a dollop of butter. Then through her young adult years, she ordered only teriyaki chicken at every restaurant she ever went to; she knew she could rely on most kitchens for a safe, straightforward, unsurprising treatment of the once-ubiquitous entree.


I hear that her tastes have matured over the years and she now welcomes new flavor experiences, at least within reason. Given that and her history with teriyaki, I think she would enjoy experimenting with the customizable Asian bowl-based meals available at Eugene’s new Teriyaki Madness location at 45 Division Ave., Suite J.

Local entrepreneur Farhan Khan opened the fast-casual grill — part of a fast-growing chain based in Denver — in north Eugene’s Santa Clara Square on June 17. It’s the first Oregon location for the franchised Seattle-style teriyaki house concept, which allows guests to tailor bowls to their own tastes with various rice and noodle options; protein choices including all-natural chicken, beef and tofu; more or less spice heat; and with or without stir-fried vegetables.

“With the Asian food trend continuously growing over the past decade, we’re thrilled to be giving residents of Eugene access to big, satisfying bowls filled with high-quality ingredients and mouthwatering flavors,” says Khan, a Northwest Christian University alumnus who also owns two Eugene 7-11 stores and Wayback Burgers just a few storefronts from Teriyaki Madness. “This is not your typical franchised food,” he adds of his newest venture.

Teriyaki Madness’ sauces and dressings are made from scratch in-house. Chicken potstickers and eggrolls, crab rangoon and edamame are available starters; sides include green salad and macaroni salad, the latter a staple of popular Hawaiian plate lunches that often feature chicken prepared with sweet, teriyaki-like “huli-huli” marinade and sauce.

Khan shared a couple of useful tips during my first visit to Teriyaki Madness. First, if you order the edamame, he wants you to actually enjoy the lightly steamed and salted soybeans served in the pod. The trick, he says, is to hold one end of a pod and pull it between your front teeth to dislodge the plump, tender, slightly sweet beans right into your mouth. The pods themselves are too fibrous to eat, yet Khan has noticed many first-timers gnawing on them with grim determination before realizing that they are nothing like sugar snap peas, which are best when crunched whole, crisp pod and all.

And if you get a green salad to go, it comes in a cardboard container, like Chinese food takeout, with the housemade dressing in a small plastic tub. Khan says the idea is to pour the dressing right into the box, then close it, shake it good, and reopen to reveal a perfectly, evenly dressed salad. There was a time when that cousin of mine would have skipped this step and munched, rabbit-like, from her little box of dry salad, but now I think even she would appreciate this flavor-enhancing hack.

Duck, Duck, Duck… Teriyaki!

Duck, Duck, Duck… Teriyaki!


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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