Teriyaki sauce is not the sauce you want added to your entrée when you are part of the nobread crowd. Why? Teriyaki sauce has four main components- soy sauce, sake, sugar and ginger- and all teriyaki sauces contain gluten from the wheat in the soy sauce. Now, thanks to Glaze Teriyaki, a fast casual teriyaki grill located in Chicago and several cities around the US, nobread-ers no longer have to fear when they hear the word “teriyaki.”…
Not only does Glaze Teriyaki offer a gluten-free menu, but most items on the menu are gluten-free before you add a sauce. Choose any of the teriyaki plates or salad plates and add one of three gluten-free dressings: honey lemon salad dressing, gluten free teriyaki sauce, or sriracha hot sauce. You can also add gluten-free yaki sauce for $1.50. Other gluten-free menu items include steamed edadmame, shishito peppers, and a cucumber salad. I ordered the teriyaki plate with brown rice, salmon and wok vegetables and the honey lemon dressing and it hit the spot!
Glaze is rapidly growing in the cities they are already in, and in new cities around the US! Next time you’re in the mood for fast-casual Asian cuisine, Glaze is your spot.