Industry News | April 22, 2015

Terriyaki Madness Adds Salmon to the Menu

Teriyaki Madness, a national Asian grill concept, announces the addition of a new Salmon Bowl to their menu, available now for a limited time.

The new Salmon Bowl is made-to-order with your choice of Calrose rice or noodles served over a bed of Teriyaki Madness’s fresh vegetables, which include green cabbage, broccoli, zucchini, carrots, and onions. The Salmon is sautéed and topped with the brand’s thick teriyaki sauce, all of which is prepared fresh, in-house. The addition of the Salmon Bowl to Teriyaki Madness’s menu provides guests with another delicious, healthy option. Each location already offers customers a choice of beef, chicken, or tofu. 

“We can’t wait to bring our guests another healthy option with our new Salmon Bowl,” says Michael Haith, CEO of Teriyaki Madness. “This new addition allows even more choices for our customers who want fresh, healthy, and great value.”  

The new Salmon Bowl will be available nationwide at each of the brand’s 18 locations until June 20, 2015. The addition of this new menu item came from the newly implemented Franchisee Advisory Council (FAC), which provides a collaborative approach for the franchisees and the franchisor to work together.

“We are extremely pleased with the knowledge base of the FAC and are excited about working together to maintain a culture of trust and collaboration,” adds Haith. “No one knows what our customers want more than those standing on the front lines, the franchisees, and we are looking forward to evolving this brand to be one of the best.”

Teriyaki Madness prides itself on an authentic Seattle Teriyaki menu that combines fresh ingredients with its signature sauces and proprietary cooking methods to create unique flavors. With made-to-order entrees featuring signature sauces, fresh vegetables, and real ingredients, thefresh Asian grill serves healthier, heartier, protein-packed portions that bring guests back as loyal fans!


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