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This Japanese fast-food chain serves below-average eats. The setting of neon-yellow walls and utilitarian wooden tables—with hip-hop booming over the speakers—doesn’t help. Chewy presliced breaded pork served over a pile of white rice comes with a paper cup filled with curry sauce to slosh over the cutlets. Dubious freshness means sashimi is not a better option. Even the eponymous teriyaki—both chicken and salmon—has a strange aftertaste. The most benign options are simple ones like steamed shrimp shu mai or a salad with a ginger-carrot dressing.Recommended Dishes
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