Paul Krug, along with Head Chef Dennis Lake (former Executive Chef at Rosa Mexicano) are at it again, bringing Seattle’s treasured street food to another location in Manhattan.
What sets Glaze Teriyaki Grill apart from other casual concepts is their use of ingredients that are high quality, locally sourced, organic and all natural when available— offering their customers the best of the best.
All meals are freshly made to order in the open kitchen where customers can watch as their salmon, boneless pork loin, wok vegetables, chicken breast, chicken thigh, hanger steak, or soy marinated tofu are char-grilled to perfection and topped with Glaze Teriyaki Grill’s famous teriyaki sauce. This crave-able sauce combines a light smoky caramel flavor, with the sweetness of whole apple and pineapple, along with hints of garlic and ginger. All entrees can be made gluten-free by request.
In addition to their signature Teriyaki entrees, there are tasty salads from which to choose. Salad plates come with organic grilled salmon, organic grilled chicken, or tofu.
Some of the delicious sides to accompany the entrees include Crispy Gyoza Dumplings, Cold Soba Sesame Noodle Salad and BBQ Pickles.
The restaurant’s passion for the environment goes well beyond the food. The décor is a story in itself as many of the materials used have been repurposed and give the restaurant a unique style with a historical touch. The tables, benches and counters were constructed using wood from an 1873 prison church, while the multicolored wainscoting was from a 1920’s West Virginia general store.
Hours of operation are Monday – Friday, 11:30 a.m. – 10:00 p.m.
Saturday – Sunday, 12:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.
www.glazeteriyaki.com or follow @GlazeTeriyaki