Teriyaki Madness in Camillus, NY – Friendly Service and a Flavorful Beef Teriyaki

Teriyaki Madness Menu

Teriyaki Madness is a restaurant chain that primarily specializes in selling made-to-order food bowls using fresh ingredients, from chicken breast to tofu to noodles – tossed and topped with housemade sauces. I’ve been to Teriyaki Madness in Camillus, NY three times since it’s opening in March. It’s actually the only Teriyaki Madness in New York State, so we should feel lucky to have one in our own backyard. Also, if you follow a gluten free diet, then you’ll be pleased to know that there are plenty of options to consider.

Teriyaki Beef and Chicken Breast Bowl - Teriyaki Madness

During my first visit, I went during the week and instantly declared Teriyaki Madness my ‘new favorite.’ We ordered 2 bowls and 1 plate with 2 proteins with the following: Spicy Chicken (pretty good [below]), White Breast Chicken (not sauce-drenched [above]), and Beef Teriyaki (very tasty) with fried rice and stir-fry veggies. The meats were well-cooked and flavorful. The bowls were well-packed. The veggie mix is cabbage-heavy with sizeable pieces of produce (which I don’t mind).

My Dad didn’t say anything negative about his bowl…and even declared it ‘pretty good.’ (…and that is a rarity). My order was ready in less than 20 minutes, and service was friendly, helpful and patient.

Spicy Chicken Bowl - Teriyaki Madness

The second time I went to Teriyaki Madness, I went on a weekend and ordered 2 Beef Teriyaki bowls – one with stir fry veggies and the other with veggies and fried rice. I was extremely disappointed and turned off (p’ed off, really) by the unappetizing, bland, soggy white rice mixed with soy sauce/veggies/egg (which was supposed to be fried rice)…especially since I got what I would call ‘real’ fried rice the last time I ordered. I should have taken a photo of the second rice, but was too distracted by my unhappiness to bother, and I initially didn’t think I was going to blog about it…but the more I thought about it, the more annoyed I got. Despite this, the beef was still really good and I had such a positive visit last time that I knew I’d return again.

The Teriyaki Beef is the Best Thing at Teriyaki Madness

Redeeming third visit! I decided to give Teriyaki Madness another shot, and ordered the Chicken Katsu (white meat chicken fried with a crunchy coating kind of similar to chicken parm) and Orange Chicken (dark meat chicken served with a sweet orange glaze). I did not order rice, but opted for all veggies, and was pleased with the overall quality of food.

Teriyaki Madness Orange Chicken and Chicken Katsu

After this visit, I have now tried all of the meat options from the Teriyaki Madness menu. I absolutely love the Beef Teriyaki, and will order the Spicy Chicken again from time to time. I’ve always had quick and friendly service here. Staff members take their time and seem happy to explain menu options and make suggestions when needed. I’ve read other reviews that state prices are slightly higher than expected, but you are getting higher quality meat…and if you sign up for their CLUB MAD, they send coupons where you can save money! Overall, I think Teriyaki Madness makes a refreshing addition to Camillus’ Township 5.

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5 thoughts on “Teriyaki Madness in Camillus, NY – Friendly Service and a Flavorful Beef Teriyaki”

  1. Wow, if they had a Teriyaki Madness in Toronto, I would definitely visit. Those bowls look so delicious. The Orange Chicken and Spicy Chicken sound amazing and very healthy when you consider it’s mostly protein and vegetables.

  2. This does look like such good Beef Teryaki. I have never eaten at this place as I havne’t seen the chains out here in California. If they ever do come I will have to try it out.

  3. Sage says:

    OMG, I’m a vegetarian and this still looks delicious. I live in Denmark, but I’m planning my first trip back to the States in 6 years this autumn and I’m making a list of all the things I want to eat when I’m back and this just made the list! The tofu and noodles sound right up my alley, but the rice on your second visit sounds awful! Did they offer to replace/refund? I don’t mind paying premium prices for a premium product, but I expect a premium product!

  4. YUM!! I love beef teriyaki and so does my husband. I do not think we have this place in Colorado but I wish we did. It looks so good for a nice family night out. I know my kids would like it too.

  5. I tried this place when I was in the Orlando area and loved the food! Everything tasted so fresh and the chicken so full of deliciousness! I wanted to try everything but it would’ve been way too much food. The portions are very generous too! Can’t wait to go back!

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