by Naomi Bishop - 62 Reviews - 5 List
Teriyaki is arguably Seattle's defining dish. A meat-rice-salad combo created by Japanese immigrants, but with no relation to anything authentic, it is wholly a creation of Seattle's taste buds. To get an idea of the full spectrum of what Seattle's best teriyaki joints have to offer, try these five places that set themselves apart from the crowd.
Updated: September 01, 2010
Teriyaki Bowl relies more on a spice rub to bring out great flavor than on the traditional sauce, making it far from the classic Seattle version. Yet, you'll find the some of the best teriyaki in their spicy chicken bowl, served with a little slow burn heat.