Teriyaki Boy Dinner
It was a late Sunday night in Ayala Center and we have just finished attending mass at Greenbelt 5, bought my food for the week and now, we were looking for a place to eat. The original plan was to go to Greenbelt 3 but my lazy legs told me to eat somewhere nearby and that somewhere nearby was Teriyaki Boy (just cross the street from Landmark).
We sat down, studied the menu and gave our orders.
Yakimeshi – PHP 50
Japanese Fried Rice with Vegetables and Ground Pork
Since we were at a Japanese Cuisine restaurant, I suggested we try their Japanese fried rice instead of the normal steamed rice (Gohan). We were expecting the rice to be stuck together but it wasn’t. I guess the “stickiness” was reduced when it was fried. Flavor-wise, the rice was good enough that you can eat it on its own.
Creme Dori Tempura – PHP130
Fresh creme dori, battered and deep-fried until crispy, served with our tempura sauce
Think of the creme dori with a different “breading” and sauce (tempura sauce). The tempura sauce was mildly sweet but it does make a different when eaten with the creme dory. The creme dory isn’t that soft as the other creme dory I’ve tasted (similar to eating crab sticks) and the flavor is dependent on the sauce.
Teriyaki Boy Chicken – PHP 198
This is their best seller. We can see strips of chicken (with skin) and teriyaki sauce poured all over it. I’m assuming they just poured the sauce on it because there were parts that were “uncontaminated”. The sauce was sweet and the chicken was delicious (with or without the sauce). The chicken was grilled (similar to World Chicken) but more tender.
Overall, we enjoyed our dinner at Teriyaki Boy. It was light but satisfying. Sadly, we forgot to order dessert… oh well, there’s always a next time.
Till next time,
Teriyaki Boy, Glorietta 3
G/F Glorietta 3, Ayala Center
Makati City, Metro Manila
Restaurant by Mall: Glorietta 3
Restaurant by Location: Glorietta