Located 20 miles south east of Seattle, Issaquah is a city with tons of fun food spots. The one that stuck out to me the most was Teriyaki Bistro. I was not planning on doing a review of this place and apologize for the camera shots but if you are anywhere near and want a great meal you have to stop.
Walking up to the door you get an wonderful scent entering your nostrils. I walked in and saw a giant glass sneeze-guard which allows you to see them prepare your entire meal. The menu is crisp and simple and you can tell whoever made this place has an eye for detail.
I ordered the Number 1 which was their Teriyaki Chicken. It was served with Rice & Salad(coleslaw). I also ordered a side of Gyoza and a container of their famous garlic sauce. I was told that if I could only have one sauce there it had to be the garlic sauce. As I waited for my meal I saw the line grow and grow.
I got my food and rushed back to my cousins where I was staying to eat. I opened up the containers and that same smell I was getting outside the restaurant filled the room. Everything looked beautiful and fresh and I dug in.
The Gyoza(pot stickers) were slightly crisp and filled with delicious veggies and meat. I dipped them in the garlic sauce and it blew me back. Such a strong taste of garlic but not in a bad way at all. The chicken was grilled to perfection and the teriyaki sauce was made great also.
If you are hungry for great, not greasy, teriyaki I say stop in to the Teriyaki Bistro for a meal you will not regret.