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Shodai Teriyaki


1123 Martin Luther King Jr Way, Seattle
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There’s a lot of teriyaki in this town, and Shodai makes our favorite. Even in transit, the rice stays moist, the protein is piping hot, and the salad is as crisp as a pile of iceberg shreds should be. You can also combine your teriyaki with Chinese dishes like general tso’s chicken or fried rice.

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