Teriyaki Madness Boca Raton

Teriyaki Madness Boca Raton is a small eatery laid out in a simple fashion, with a couple of spaces to enjoy the meal, including wide, comfy booths big enough to seat large families or a few friends.

Favorite Food/Price

The affordable appetizers are a steal, so we indulged in chicken egg rolls ($1.99 each) and chicken potstickers ($3.99), which include six fried dumplings with a sweet ginger sauce. For my main course, I chose a plate of orange chicken, brown rice and stir-fry veggies ($9.49) — each of which was fresh and superb quality. The chicken was sweet and flavorful, the rice was tender and the veggies had a smoky bite to them.

Reason To Go

The quick service-style coupled with “Seattle Teriyaki” cuisine is an entirely new concept to Boca Raton. It’s also convenient and easy for those nights you don’t feel like cooking and want something easy to clean up.

Teriyaki Madness

Mission Bay Plaza, 20437 State Road 7, Boca Raton, 561-405-6028

Hours: Daily, 11 a.m.-10 p.m.

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