What to eat in and around Seattle today: Toshi's Teriyaki

Jul 21 2020, 12:38 pm

Since 1976, Toshi’s Teriyaki has blessed the City of Seattle with perfect teriyaki.

An unofficial favorite of Seattle, teriyaki is something that needs just the right amount of sweetness and perfect grill. At Toshi’s Teriyaki, each piece of meat is cut individually and grilled twice to perfection. The sauce has the perfect amount of sugar while the meats themselves are unique, juicy, and tender.

Toshi Kasahara, who immigrated to Seattle from rural Japan, is credited as one of the pioneers of Seattle’s teriyaki, opening the city’s first teriyaki shop on March 2, 1976. Since then, the restaurant has expanded locations, making it as far as the San Francisco Bay Area.

Those looking for the classic Toshi’s dish need to try the original chicken teriyaki. If chicken isn’t your choice of meat, go for the beef steak, instead.

The spot also serves up two types of donburi as well as sides of gyoza, extra meats, eggroll, cabbage slaw, and rice. You can even add on extra teriyaki sauce for 25 cents.

 

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Toshi’s is currently open Tuesday to Friday from 11 am to 8 pm, and Saturday from noon to 8 pm.

Toshi’s Teriyaki

Location:16212 Bothell Everett Highway, Mill Creek
Phone: 425-225-6420

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