Are you crazy about teriyaki bowls? If so, Teriyaki Madness will make you feel sane again. This fresh Asian concept delivers teriyaki bowls in a variety of protein options like chicken, salmon, steak, and tofu. With almost 150 locations across 35 states, you might even have one in your neighborhood.

Explore the menu prices at Teriyaki Madness in 2023 below. I also share my personal review and dining experience at the restaurant if you’ve never visited before.

Build Your Bowl

MenuSize / QuantityPrice
Chicken TeriyakiJr.$7.79
Chicken TeriyakiRegular$9.29
Chicken TeriyakiLarge$11.49
Chicken Breast TeriyakiJr.$8.49
Chicken Breast TeriyakiRegular$9.89
Chicken Breast TeriyakiLarge$12.09
Spicy ChickenJr.$8.49
Spicy ChickenRegular$9.89
Spicy ChickenLarge$12.09
Orange ChickenJr.$8.79
Orange ChickenRegular$10.19
Orange ChickenLarge$12.39
Steak TeriyakiJr.$9.89
Steak TeriyakiRegular$11.49
Steak TeriyakiLarge$13.59
Teriyaki Salmon(Regular Size Only)$12.09
Chicken KatsuJr.$8.39
Chicken KatsuRegular$9.89
Chicken KatsuLarge$11.99
Spicy Tofu TeriyakiJr.$7.89
Spicy Tofu TeriyakiRegular$9.29
Spicy Tofu TeriyakiLarge$11.49
Two Proteins(Large Size Only)$13.59
Orange Spicy ChickenJr.$9.09
Orange Spicy ChickenRegular$10.39
Orange Spicy ChickenLarge$12.59
Spicy Orange ChickenJr.$9.29
Spicy Orange ChickenRegular$10.69
Spicy Orange ChickenLarge$12.89

Bowl Customization Options

MenuSize / QuantityPrice
White RiceNo additional charge.
Brown RiceNo additional charge.
Fried RiceNo additional charge.
Yakisoba NoodlesNo additional charge.
All VeggiesNo additional charge.
Yakisoba Style$2.49

Madness Combo

MenuSize / QuantityPrice
Add Regular Size Fountain Drink and Eggroll to Any Bowl$3.39
Add Large Size Fountain Drink and Eggroll to Any Bowl$3.99

Bowl Bundles

MenuSize / QuantityPrice
Fan Favorite Bowl Bundle (Get a 4-pack of Reg-sized bowls: 2 Chicken Teriyaki, 1 Orange Chicken, and 1 Spicy Chicken, all with veggies and steamed white rice.)$34.99
Vegetarian Bowl Bundle (4-pack of Reg-sized bowls: 2 Spicy Tofu and 2 Tofu Teriyaki, all with veggies and steamed rice.)$32.99
Mad Spicy Bowl Bundle
(4-pack of Reg-sized bowls: 2 Mad Spicy Chicken, 1 Mad Spicy Steak, and 1 Mad Spicy Orange Chicken with veggies and steamed white rice.)
Kid Friendly Bowl Bundle (4 Reg-sized bowls: 2 Chicken Teriyaki and 2 Orange Chicken, paired with popular veggies and white rice.)$33.99
Family Pack (5-bowl Family Pack: 2 Chicken Teriyaki, 2 Orange Chicken, and a Spicy Chicken delight, all Reg-sized and garnished with veggies and white rice. )$42.00


MenuSize / QuantityPrice
Chicken Potstickers6 count$4.89
Chicken Potstickers8 count$5.99
Crab Rangoon4 count$5.09
Crab Rangoon6 count$6.59
Chicken Eggroll1 count$2.29


MenuSize / QuantityPrice
Bottled Drinks$2.79


MenuSize / QuantityPrice
Extra Chicken$2.49
Extra Steak$2.99
Spicy Tofu$2.49
Make It Spicy$0.50
Make It Mad Spicy$0.75

Ala Carte & Sides

MenuSize / QuantityPrice
Side of Mad Sauce$0.75
Side of Teriyaki Chicken$7.39
Side Spicy Chicken Teriyaki$7.99
Side Chicken Breast$7.99
Side Orange Chicken$8.59
Side Steak Teriyaki$9.09
Side Tofu$6.89
Side Spicy Tofu$7.39
Side Orange Spicy Chicken$8.79
Side Spicy Orange Chicken$9.39
Side Stir-Fried Veggies$3.39
Side Calrose White Rice$2.49
Side Fried Rice$3.89
Side Noodles$3.89


MenuSize / QuantityPrice
Chocolate Chunk Cookie$2.79
Chewy Marshmallow with Brown Butter & Sea Salt$2.79

Where is Teriyaki Madness located?

Teriyaki Madness location.

Outside a Teriyaki Madness location.

Teriyaki Madness has nearly 150 locations in 35 states in the United States. You can check the location page here to find the location near you. Here is a list of states with Teriyaki Madness:

  • Alabama
  • Arizona
  • California
  • Colorado
  • Delaware
  • Florida
  • Georgia
  • Hawaii
  • Idaho
  • Illinois
  • Indiana
  • Iowa
  • Kansas
  • Louisiana
  • Massachusetts
  • Michigan
  • Minnesota
  • Missouri
  • Montana
  • Nevada
  • New Jersey
  • New Mexico
  • New York
  • North Carolina
  • Ohio
  • Oklahoma
  • Oregon
  • Pennsylvania
  • South Dakota
  • Tennessee
  • Texas
  • Utah
  • Virginia
  • West Virginia
  • Wisconsin

The typical hours of operation for Teriyaki Madness is 11 a.m. – 9 p.m. Sunday – Saturday. But make sure to check your local stores hours to confirm.

Does Teriyaki Madness use real chicken?

Teriyaki Madness clearly states on their website that they use all-natural chicken. You can feel confident that this is real chicken, but that doesn’t mean it’s organic. If Teriyaki Madness decided to use only organic chicken, they’d likely need to increase their prices due to the elevated ingredient costs.

The terms “all-natural” and “organic” are often used in food labeling, and they can cause confusion since many people might assume they mean the same thing. However, they have distinct definitions, especially when it comes to chicken and other meats.

Teriyaki Madness logo

The Teriyaki Madness logo.

The term “all-natural” is somewhat loose in its definition but generally means that the chicken contains no artificial ingredients, added colors, and is minimally processed. The “all-natural” label does not factor in how the chicken is raised. This means that standard practices, including the use of antibiotics, growth hormones, the type of food the chickens eat, living conditions, and other factors are not regulated with an “all-natural” label.

“Organic” is a strictly regulated term by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) under its National Organic Program (NOP). Organic chicken must adhere to specific guidelines like the chicken must be raised in correct living conditions accommodating their natural behaviors (like the ability to graze on pasture). These chickens must also be fed 100% organic feed, meaning no synthetic fertilizers, pesticides, GMOs, or animal by-products.

What is the dining experience like a Teriyaki Madness?

The autumn chill was just beginning to set in when I decided it was a perfect evening for something warm and savory. My daughter, a vivacious 4-year-old with an appetite for adventure, agreed immediately when I suggested we try Teriyaki Madness, a place we’d heard about but never visited. There is a TMAD location in a strip-mall only a mile or so from our home in Meridian, ID.

As we approached the restaurant, I noticed the parking lot was sparsely occupied. “Perhaps we’re early,” I mused, glancing at my watch. It was an early dinner just before 5 p.m. and peering through the large glass windows revealed no patrons inside. Inside the seating revealed a variety of options from comfortable booths to high-top tables.

Empty dining room at Teriyaki Madness

Empty dining room at Teriyaki Madness.

Pushing the door open, a gentle bell announced our arrival. “We’ll be with you in a bit,” called out an employee from the back, their hands a blur of motion as they juggled several orders simultaneously.

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While there were no other dining room customers, it was clear there was bustling movement behind the counter – a testament to the digital age, where food is often ordered and picked up via third-party delivery services.

When it was our turn to order, here’s what we tried:

  • Large Chicken Katsu Bowl with White Rice and Veggies ($11.99)
  • Large Two Protein Bowl (Teriyaki Chicken and Orange Chicken) with White Riche and Veggies ($13.59)
  • 6 Piece Chicken Potstickers ($4.89)
  • Total Bill: $30.47 (before tax)

After a 10-minute or so wait, our to-go order was ready at the counter. I picked up a couple pairs of chopsticks and some of the Kikkoman soy-sauce packets that were available at the counter and headed home.

chicken potstickers

My order of chicken potstickers.

Upon arriving home we opened up our dinner. First of all, if you’re hungry the portion size is fantastic for the large bowls. I had leftovers of my Chicken Katsu bowl and I feel like it could have easily fed two adults.

Totally my opinion here, but I felt the teriyaki chicken was much better than the Katsu, which was fairly average in my opinion. My bad for not ordering the specialty. Overall, I will be back to Teriyaki Madness again the next time I’m craving takeout teriyaki.

What are the veggies at Teriyaki Madness?

You can get veggies for free with your order of a bowl at no extra charge. But what type of veggies can you expect to get?

Each order comes with a crisp mix of cabbage, broccoli, zucchini, onions, and carrots, all sautéed to perfection in our signature stir-fry sauce. You can also get the vegetables steamed upon request.

Is Teriyaki Madness teriyaki sauce gluten free?

Yes! The teriyaki sauce is made in-house and is gluten free according to the official allergen chart.

When did Teriyaki Madness start?

Teriyaki Madness, a restaurant chain known for its Seattle-style teriyaki cuisine, traces its origins back to Las Vegas, Nevada. The story of Teriyaki Madness began with the vision of bringing something new and exciting to the fast-casual food scene.

In the early 2000s, Alan Arreola, a former blackjack dealer, and his friends, Eric Garma and Rod Arreola, decided to take a gamble of a different sort by diving into the restaurant business. They recognized a gap in the market for a place offering bold, flavorful, and healthy food options that catered to the health-conscious and flavor-seeking customers alike. Inspired by the teriyaki food trucks and small shops they loved in Seattle, they decided to bring this concept to the masses, but with their unique twist.

Orange Spicy Chicken ad

In 2003, they opened the doors to the first Teriyaki Madness in Las Vegas, a city known more for its casinos and nightlife than its culinary scene. Despite this, the founders were confident that their concept of providing hearty, flavorful bowls filled with fresh ingredients and mouth-watering teriyaki sauce would find its audience.

Their bet paid off. The restaurant’s straightforward menu, focusing on made-to-order teriyaki bowls, became a hit. Customers appreciated the high-quality ingredients, like fresh vegetables and all-natural, fresh chicken, and the ability to customize their bowls.

The success of Teriyaki Madness can also be attributed to its commitment to a customer-centric experience. The founders understood early on that consistency in the quality of food, generous portion sizes, and a positive atmosphere were key to building a loyal customer base.

Fueled by its success, Teriyaki Madness began franchising in 2005. It has since expanded beyond the borders of Las Vegas and now has a presence in 35 states. The brand maintains its commitment to quality ingredients and the customizable experience that made the first location a favorite.

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