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Best take out Teriyaki in West Seattle?

  • Started 2 years ago by jacketx45p
  • Latest reply from maplesyrup

  1. Looking for a good takeout Teriyaki place in West Seattle for later on. Have tried the one in Westwood village...any other recommendations?

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  2. singularname
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    singularname

    Look forward to the recommendations you get. That said, my son and I do teriyaki takeout every couple of weeks at the one in Westwood Village. I'm not an expert, but we like it very much, good value, good owners, fast, and clean.

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  3. squareeyes
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    squareeyes

    I'm a fan of Yummy Teriyaki in the Alaska Junction; I usually get the spicy chicken and gyoza. Tried one of their Chinese dishes once and decided to stick with the teriyaki, gyoza, and tempura.

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  4. Yak's in SODO. Not West Seattle but so worth the drive!

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  5. Anyone have any reviews of the one at 35th where the bridge ends? (next to the 7-11)

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  6. dirtyyard i tried it twice that was enough for me chicken was extremely dry

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  7. singularname
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    singularname

    Where the bridge ends: I dunno if it's good or not, but when I was there several years ago, and put my fingers unthinkingly on the frame of one of the chairs, and realized there was about a quarter-inch of greezy softy gunk under it ... I fled in horror.

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  8. We like New Teriyaki and Wok, next to Thriftway. Out backup is Yummy Teriyaki in the Junction. mmmm, now I'm hungry.

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  9. The one on 35th (near 7-11) is alright. Not worth driving to but if you're on foot it will do.

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  10. Looks like Yummy gets the vote! That works since it's close to where I'm housesitting! Thanks all

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  11. pigeonmom
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    pigeonmom

    My dog wouldn't even eat the teriyaki from the place near the bridge if that tells you something.

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  12. Teriyaki, like pizza, seems to be a matter of personal choice in a big way. We like Beni Hoshi (aka "place by the bridge"). And New Teriyaki & Wok.

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  13. We, too, like New Teriyaki & Wok. There Teriyaki is great, but I love their General Tsos chicken. Their pork fried rice is also delicious. We'll go to Yummy on occasion, but I find getting take out in the Junction to be frustrating.

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  14. New Teriyaki and Wok!

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  15. My six year old and myself are in awe of New Teriyaki and Wok's yakisoba. Maybe a little ginger added in? I don't know what extra ingredient is added but we absolutely love it.

    I personally also go to Beni Hoshi for takeout. I won't usually eat in the restaurant. I do like to eat in at Yummy Teriyaki in the Junction.

    If you are ever in Eastgate by Chaplain's auto and Dairy Queen, go to (I think it is called) Teriyaki Time. Always a line and tons of food.

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  16. wsmama3
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    My entire family loves New Teriyaki. Bonus - never had any MSG issues there (you don't want that backstory). :) Husband loves the spicy, I like the chicken breast and kids love the yakisoba.

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  17. I used to eat a lot of teriyaki at Nikko, at Jefferson Square (next to Subway). But I haven't eaten meat in 3 years, so I can't vouch for whether it's still good or not.

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  18. luckymom30
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    2 of our favorite places are Yummy and Toshi's.

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  19. anotherwsmom
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    We like Nikko and Yummy, and really like Nikko's soy/sesame salad dressing.

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  20. maplesyrup
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    maplesyrup

    My wife's default is Nikko and yeah it's good.

    When I'm on my own I go to Toshi's (Westwood Village) because the food is good and reasonable, and the lady who runs it is awesome.

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