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Teriyaki Boy and Sizzlin’ Steak holds soft opening in Deira City Centre

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Aug. 14, 19 | 12:09 pm

Filipinos and expats from other nationalities living in Deira who are craving for a fusion of eastern and western flavors in one roof can now enjoy their favorite California Rolls, Gyoza, and Steaks as Teriyaki Boy and Sizzlin’ Steak has recently opened their doors to the public!

Teriyaki Boy and Sizzlin’ Steak introduces their third branch in the UAE with amazing promotions of unlimited rice, bottomless drinks while still maintaining pocket-friendly prices across their meals served fresh every day. Their concept of having two distinct labels in one store continue to set them apart from other fast food chains as their diners can now enjoy a wide variety of menu items at their fingertips.

In addition, their Deira City Centre location is easily accessible from the Metro, making it very convenient especially for people on-the-go who are craving for their favorite oriental takeaway or perhaps are just dying to dine-in and have a taste of an affordable yet delicious steak.

Apart from their latest branch at Deira City Centre, Teriyaki Boy also has branches at Burjuman Mall in Dubai as well as at the Al Wahda Mall Extension in Abu Dhabi.

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