Teriyaki 1st

Written by on September 20, 2016 in I Eat Seattle, I Eat...Out with 0 Comments

(No website available at time of publishing) – Greenwood/North Ballard neighborhood of Seattle, Washington

Teriyaki 1st Greenwood

How I heard of this place: I was meeting a bunch of other stay-at-home parents at Chuck’s Hop Shop for an ice cream social with the kiddos and a group were eating take-away from “Gas Station Teriyaki”, claiming it was the best in town. Challenge accepted.

Teriyaki 1st Greenwood Wall Menu

Type of cuisine: Teriyaki-ed everything.

Ambiance: Small, cramped, cozy. Everything from the kitchen,

Teriyaki 1st Greenwood Kitchen

to the seating

Teriyaki 1st Greenwood Seating Left

on either side of the small strip-mall location,

Teriyaki 1st Greenwood Seating Right

gives reason to the masses calling in orders for take-away.

What I ordered: We had friends over for dinner, and none of us had the time nor the energy to prepare a meal, so we ordered take-away. Excited to finally sample our neighborhood teriyaki, and having heard of the Texas-sized portions, we opted for two Boneless Chicken Teriyaki ($7.99 each for the large),

Teriyaki 1st Greenwood Chicken Teriyaki

and one Spicy Chicken ($8.29),

Teriyaki 1st Greenwood Spicy Chicken

along with an order of the not to be missed Gyoza (9-pieces for $3.79).

Teriyaki 1st Greenwood Gyoza

What I loved: All of it. The spicy chicken to die for! The teriyaki sweet and tangy. The gyoza hot and soft with a little crisp to their wonton wrapper.

Why I loved it: Delicious food, served by a sweet couple, cooking up a storm at their small kitchen.

Cost: Low to average ($6.99 – $8.29 per meal)

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