Asian Food or Catering at Teriyaki Boy Healthy Grill (Half Off)
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A fusion of Japanese and Chinese food made with no oil or MSG includes steamed veggies and grilled fish, meat, or tofu
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Limit 1 per person. May buy 2 additional as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. $14-option valid for dine-in and carryout only.
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Choose Between Two Options
$7 for $14 worth of menu items
$30 for $60 towards catering
Teriyaki Boy's menu features teriyaki bowls with baked tofu ($6.70) or chicken ($5.30), and a Mongolian beef bowl ($7.99). The catering menu offers chicken ($52.99-$59.99) or steak ($65.99) teriyaki platters and Asian sesame salad platters ($59.99), each designed to feed 8-10 people.
Teriyaki Boy Healthy Grill
Teriyaki Boy serves up health-friendly eats that integrate Japanese and Chinese influences without the use of oil or MSG. Their cooks grill or bake shrimp, tofu, Angus steak, or chicken before tossing them into teriyaki bowls or teriyaki wraps, which bring together the proteins with rice and vegetables. Tender filets of salmon and mahi mahi also make an appearance in bowls with rice or soba noodles. Morsels of Mongolian beef, sesame orange chicken, or sweet and sour pork broaden the flavor spectrum alongside sips of boba smoothies.
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