The city of Newburgh is residence to a lot of nice eating places and can quickly have a brand new possibility for residents who take pleasure in Asian delicacies.
Based on Evansville 411 News on Facebook, extra particulars have been revealed about Teriyaki Madness, the Denver, Colorado-based restaurant chain specializing in “Seattle Style” teriyaki. The restaurant touts “contemporary, all-natural elements” all made-to-order and served with rice or noodles in bowls. The nationwide chain, which has opened over 100 areas since being based practically 20 years in the past in 2003 has been ranked on Entrepreneur’s Prime Meals Franchises, FastCasual’s Movers and Shakers 4 straight years (2018, 2019, 2020, and 2021), and was named the fastest-growing restaurant chain in the US by Restaurant Enterprise in 2021.
A scroll by means of the menu on their website reveals they provide rooster, beef, salmon, and tofu choices for vegetarians and vegans together with seven sauce choices; teriyaki, spicy, stir-fry, gyoza, thick teriyaki, candy and bitter, and katsu. To me, it appears to be like like a mix of Panda Specific and a hibachi restaurant like Large Bang Mongolian on Evansville’s east aspect. You choose your protein, a vegetable or two to go along with it, rice or noodles, and your sauce of selection, and the cooks whip it up for you on the spot.
The brand new location can be situated in the identical constructing as Wings And so forth. on Excessive Pointe Drive close to Popeye’s behind Walmart. Whereas no particular opening date is given by Evansville 411 Information, they do say the brand new location is anticipated to open in “Late 2022.” As somebody who not solely lives in Newburgh and loves Asian meals, but in addition has a 15-year-old daughter who would eat Asian meals for each meal if she might, I am trying ahead to giving Teriyaki Insanity a attempt as soon as they open for enterprise.
Talking of Wings And so forth., Evansville 411 Information’s publish additionally mentions that the restaurant has filed for a allow so as to add a recreation room to their location. No timetable of when that can be completed was talked about.
[Source: Evansville 411 News on Facebook]