Teriyaki Madness, that is.
It’s hard enough to open a business during normal circumstances, but during COVID-19? That’s pretty gutsy. But we’re sure glad they did.
Teriyaki Madness held its grand opening on May 21st in the Sunset 19 Plaza, in a newly constructed block of businesses across the parking lot from Five Below.
From online posts, the food looked delicious. Naturally, as a self-proclaimed teriyaki enthusiast, I was there soon after opening day.
The restaurant was sparkling clean,
the employees enthusiastic and friendly. (Thanks for posing for pictures guys!)
As their Facebook page says, “Fresh food just got a lot more fun and Teriyaki Madness offers more options than you can shake a chopstick at!”
And best of all? It’s healthy!
BIG BOWLS OF AWESOMENESS – THREE SIZES! Deep bowls stacked with noodles or white or brown rice, stir-fried veggies and your choice of beef, chicken or tofu. Order a favorite or create a new one. Your bowl is your brilliance.
NOODLES: Japanese Yakisoba noodles, stir-fried in our handmade sauce with veggies and your choice of chicken, beef or tofu. Not to be used for flotation devices.
APPETIZERS: The feast before the feast. Get your hands on some rangoons, edamame, shrimp tempura, potstickers, and other amazing starters.
SIDES & SAUCES: More than nine flavorful and original sauces made from scratch. And scratch is delicious.
For a tantalizing view of the delectable delights, check out this video on Facebook.
I’m actually hungry after writing all this, so guess where I’m headed right now?
Owner Scott Lingeman also boasts another location in Wesley Chapel location at The Shops at Wiregrass.
Don’t let another day go by without visiting Clearwater’s newest eatery:
23894 US Hwy 19 N. Suite 30
Feature photo courtesy of Teriyaki Madness