Joe and Robin Cleveland wanted to bring something new to Cobb County. Enter Teriyaki Madness — an Asian-inspired fast casual grill in the Sandy Plains Centre in Marietta.

 By LaTria Garnigan

This is the first franchise in Georgia, of the company that was founded in Seattle in 2003. Besides many great selections, visitors will be warmly greeted by Joe and Robin who are a delight.  

On to the food, the possibilities are endless. Everything is made to order within just a few minutes. Though teriyaki is in the name, there are many more flavors available like spicy chicken, orange chicken and even tofu. For grains, there’s a choice between white rice, brown rice and fried rice and of course the Yakisoba noodles.

You will find something for your liking with their nine house-made sauces. And to further enhance the flavor profile, there are many sides like edamame, the Mac salad, a green salad, eggrolls and potstickers.  

There for a media tasting, our bowls were already prepared with the vegetables and sides, but you’ll get to truly customize your experience when you visit. With super fresh ingredients, you can feel good about eating a healthy portion at Teriyaki Madness, while being certain to enjoy mounds of flavor.

They will officially open Monday, Jan. 16 at 11 a.m. to much fanfare which will even include a marching band. So whether you go for lunch or dinner, be sure to stop by and tell them that I sent you.

Also, for a special treat, all teriyaki bowls will be $5 all day Monday and Tuesday — so there’s even more reason to visit.

Teriyaki Madness | 2960 Shallowford Road, Marietta | 770-693-2081 | | Facebook

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