Teriyaki Experience

November 2011

Recent national news about stolen meat making its way into restaurants causes most quick-service operators to shake their heads. It’s hard to believe that operators would take such risks with the safety of their customers and their own business hanging in the balance. But misguided trust...

Teriyaki Experience has made an international splash over the past nearly 25 years with customers who are seeking quick and healthy Japanese fast food. On the heels of the company’s worldwide expansion plans, the concept is getting ready to break into Puerto Rico by opening two restaurant...

Teriyaki Experience, an international Asian-inspired quick-serve concept recognized for being the healthy alternative to traditional fast food, opened its second airport location on April 15, 2011, at the Tocumen Airport in Panama.

In an effort to continue fulfilling the demand for fresh Japanese fast food with a healthy twist, Teriyaki Experience is expanding its flavorful, healthy Asian-inspired cuisine into Fairfield, California, with the opening of its newest restaurant location.

March 2011

Teriyaki Experience, a Canadian-based Asian quick-serve chain with more than 100 units in Canada and locations in Europe, South and Central America, the Caribbean, and the Middle East, is gaining ground in the U.S., with eight open locations and 15 more set to open this year. Another 15 are...

July 2010

There are two ways to sell fast food: get customers to come to your location, or go where people already are. The throngs at fairs, festivals, sporting events, and other gatherings—especially during the summer and fall—have become a tempting target for more...