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Tuesday, 27 April 2010

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bill

I like Yoshinoya especially when I am not in the mood for fried food. I love how they broil the chicken with the skin on for the teriyaki bowl. I miss it, LOL.
I love it even more with there coupons it's so cheap....

Cathy

I should just do a post on the bowls here, bill. I kind of figured everyone has tried one, but maybe not... It is interesting the things we never thought we'd miss.

Carol

Would you believe I have never eaten here, even during my poor college days?

Dennis

Hi Cathy! Your comment about the red pepper flakes made me laugh cause I totally agree. I like the sesame wings here a lot too. A warning not to get the miso soup, it is horrid. I enjoy most everything else, though I feel the rice is usually too 'wet' for my preference.. Yoshinoya in Japan is at another level though that I dearly miss..

Soo

How do the sesame chicken wings compare to the fried wings at Sab E Lee or Golden Chopsticks?

Cathy

Oh, Carol, what I would have given to have a place like this in Ann Arbor. The price would have brought me in and the teriyaki and rice would have kept me...

Hey there, Dennis. I have always wondered about the clam chowder option on the menu...Although The Mister said it was good the one time he ordered it. It just doesn't go with anything. You are right, this isn't at all the Japanese Yoshinoya, but for what it is, it is pretty good.

Welcome to our blog, Soo. I usually get the salt and pepper wings at Golden and the plain wings withthe spicy dipping sauce at Sab E Lee. These wings are lightly crispily fried and the crunchy thin skin/breading (if there is any breading)lets the chicken wing meat stay moist and juicy. The sesame seeds are sprinkled on and are nice but not a main flavor. It's just good fried wings.

Faye

Nice post! I love Yoshinoya. Their grilled chicken is awesome (esp when it's fresh, it kinda sucks when it's been sitting there for too long). I always get the chicken (sauce on the side) and the veggies (sauce drained, as I hate the gooeyness of it).

I've tried the fried wings and thought it was so-so.

Their beef terriyaki is really sweet and fatty. But not bad.

Nice post!

RT

I hadn't eaten at Yoshinoya in about a decade until this past year, when I "rediscovered" it. It's the only chain fast food restaurant that I've been to more than once since then. For some reason it just seems somewhat more healthy than other fast food chains, and the food tastes EXACTLY the same as when I had it as a kid. That is to say, it's delicious!

Cathy

Neon gooiness, Faye :) I admit a strange craving I have for the food here.

Isn't it nice to have some things not change, RT?

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