I just wanted to try their teriyaki chicken, so I got one chicken skewer for $2.50. You can get two for $4, three for $5, or five skewers for $7. I also put some sriracha sauce on my plate to go with my chicken.
|Teriyaki chicken skewer w/sriracha on the side|
For $6, you can get a couple of chicken skewers over a bed of fried rice or chow mein. Or, for $6.50, you can have half rice and half chow mein with the chicken. A pretty nice deal there. The rice and noodles both looked like the food I'd find at similar food establishments, so I passed on that. This teriyaki stand also does shrimp tempura, which should really please the fried seafood lover. If there's any concern I have, it's just that it's really just traditional Japanese teriyaki plates...nothing here to really take it to that next level (other than the smoky teriyaki chicken).
Oh, and very friendly service as well. A solid score overall! 6.5/10