13 Spots to Eat Teriyaki, Seattle’s Comfort Classic

“Toshi’s is run by the guy who started it all: Toshi Kasahara, considered the godfather of Seattle-style teriyaki. He’s lent his name to plenty of teriyaki spots since his first in 1976, but this Mill Creek restaurant is his current base. It’s a vital pilgrimage for any true teriyaki fan…

 
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Bizarre Foods: Delicious Destinations

"Seattle city limits boasts more than 100 teriyaki restaurants. That's more locations than the top 4 fast food chains combined. An impressive legacy that traces back to one man, Toshi Kasahara. Toshi opened his first place in 1976, selling his chicken teriyaki with rice and coleslaw for $1.85…

 
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