Teriyaki Boy at Robinsons Galleria

We had dinner at Teriyaki Boy in Robinsons Galleria last month and ordered Crunchy Kani Maki, Tantamen Ramen, Wafu Steak and Teriyaki Boy Chicken.

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Crunchy Kani Maki, Php125.00

Instead of the usual California Maki, I opted for the Crunchy Kani Maki at Teriyaki Boy. It’s crab stick sushi roll with fresh mango bits topped with crunchy kani strips. It’s delightfully sweet, sticky and chewy. I also enjoyed the extra crunch with every bite.

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Tantamen Ramen, Php180.00

This hot bowl of Tantamen Ramen was shared by father and son. Tiger prawns, cream dory, kamaboko (processed seafood product), sesame pechay, carrots, sesame moyashi (bean sprout) and boiled egg were cooked in Dobin ( Japanese seafood broth) and garnished with curly leeks. It was flavorful! Our son liked it a lot!

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Wafu Steak, Php366.00

This Wafu Steak was hubby’s choice. Premium diced-cut beef was seared then stir-fried with garlic and teppanyaki sauce and served with sesame moyashi. It was good, too!

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Teriyaki Boy Chicken, Php214.00

Of course, it’s a must to order Teriyaki Boy Chicken. These are tender boneless chicken strips mixed with Teriyaki Boy sauce. Yummy!

We liked everything we ordered, and we finished everything on our plates, which means we’re satisfied with our meals.

Teriyaki Boy
4th Level, Robinsons Galleria
Quezon City

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7 Responses to Teriyaki Boy at Robinsons Galleria

  1. The crunchy Kani Maki would be my choice, looks delicious!

  2. Jo says:

    I miss Teriyaki Boy somehow. It’s my option next to Tokyo-Tokyo. I guess the menu prices in the Philippines are getting more expensive each year. The photos you shared look yummy though.

  3. Nova says:

    those choices you have looks absolutely great, I don’t believe I have tried them before though, but if any chance to visit a chinese restaurant nearby i’ll look for them.

  4. Tingting R. says:

    I love Japanese good. They are healthy and fresh.

  5. papaleng says:

    Seems delicious but sad to say I am not into Japanese foods.

  6. Philip Tan-Gatue, MD says:

    Hmmm, it’s been a while since I’ve been to Teriyaki Boy. Time to make a return trip!

  7. Glad to know that Justin likes dishes other than chicken. Pero kailangan talaga laging may order na chicken, hehe. 🙂

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