Are you an ebi tempura monster? Well I am and I just heard the most delicious news! The Max’s Group is treating the public to ALL-YOU-CAN Wednesdays with its participating member brands. So think heaps of hot fried chicken from Max’s, tacos from Pancake House, pizza from Yellow Cab etc! What got me most excited though was the thought of order after order of my all-time favorite Japanese dish ebi tempura! For just PHP 349 pesos, on all Wednesdays of June from 2pm onwards, guests can enjoy unlimited servings of this crunchy savory shrimp treat at all Teriyaki Boy stores. Now that’s something to look forward to!

Teriyaki Boy Ebi Tempura. Indulge your Japanese cravings all WEdnesdays of June!

For just PHP 349 pesos, on all Wednesdays of June, guests can enjoy unlimited servings of this crunchy savory shrimp treat at all Teriyaki Boy stores.

Home of Authentic Japanese Classics

Meanwhile, at the helm of Teriyaki Boy’s 16 metro-wide branches is COO John Amante. “Guests keep coming back to our stores because we offer not just one specialty but all kinds of Japanese fares like rolls, sushi and sashimi, ramen, teppanyaki, tempura, tonkatsu and teriyaki based dishes. What separates us? Quality service and excellent food at affordable prices,”

Pick, Pop in Your Mouth, Repeat! Flavorful bites of gyoza, California roll and Philly cheese steak rolls are sure to satisy.

We love Japanese food and always have a most enjoyable time whenever we dine in Teriyaki Boy. Our no fail favorites include gyoza or potstickers which are steamed and seared with a tangy dipping sauce, California roll and Philly cheese steak rolls (both cost less than P100) and the chicken teriyaki (big portion and juicy). Everything fried and battered gets major points from us so we like the pork tonkatsu (crispy on the outside, tender pork meat inside with a side of shredded cabbage) and tofu steak which is breaded tofu wrapped in beef strips with teriyaki sauce. On our last visit, I ordered something new- asupara bacon maki which is asparagus wrapped in honey-glazed bacon and seared. It was a great way to make the kids eat vegetables! What’s more surprising is we had a Japanese feast for four for less than P1500. Great deal don’t you think?

Your favorite Japanese classics from Teriyaki Boy-.teriyaki, tempura, tonkatsu and tofu steak

I have a feeling I’ll see you all at Teriyaki Boy!

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