What You'll Get
Eating healthy can raise questions such as, "Are crayons a fruit or a vegetable?" and "How many steaks does a growing baby need?" Answer culinary questions with today's Groupon: for $6, you'll get $12 worth of healthy Japanese fare at Teriyaki Boy Healthy Grill.
Teriyaki Boy's kitchen sends forth vigorous Japanese dishes, freed from the shackles of oils and MSG, into the mouths of hungry health-seekers. Vegetarian specialties, such as the grilled tofu nuggets ($3.25) or baked tofu ($5.99), are a staple of Teriyaki Boy's menu, and the yakisoba bowls ($5.40–$8.99) are made from whole wheat so wholesome stomachs are inspired to donate to the noodles' favorite charity. The teriyaki bowls bring together steamed veggies, meat, and rice before ceremoniously splashing them with homemade teriyaki sauce. Try the Angus steak-and-broccoli bowl ($6.65–$7.65), which combines steamed broccoli with paper-thin slices of Angus steak, perfect for folding Angus steak airplanes. Teriyaki Boy also busts tapioca and tea cravings in one fell swoop with a cadre of boba-tea ($4.75) varieties.
Five Yelpers give Teriyaki Boy Healthy Grill an average of four stars:
- The chicken was perfectly cooked and the veggies were great just enough crisp in them. I loved the fact that they gave me two little cups of the sauce to add as needed. I used both! I thought the sauce tasted great, good mix of sweet and salt. – Kelley R., 12/29/10
- The meats are above average quality. They have a great selection. The people are really nice and remember you. – Doug A., 8/24/10
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 24, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Dine-in and carryout only. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About 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.