With a mission to “provide guests with a healthy and satisfying alternative to traditional fast food,” it’s easy to see why Samurai Sam’s Teriyaki Grill and their wide variety of choices are a natural fit on HealthyDiningFinder.
Samurai Sam’s Teriyaki Grill has been creating delicious Japanese creations using fresh and flavorful ingredients for almost 20 years and in 14 states nationwide They are committed to not only the health of their menu but also friendly service and budget-friendly prices. The menu includes a variety of wok-cooked choices with chicken, steak, salmon, shrimp, brown rice, noodles, tempting sauces, and more. All of the choices at Samurai Sam’s Teriyaki Grill are quick and easy—perfect for a busy lifestyle.
Next time you’re looking for a healthier alternative, Wok the Healthy Path® at Samurai Sam’s Teriyaki Grill with Healthy Dining menu choices like these:
Grilled Chicken & Vegetable Eggroll (1 each) (140 calories, 4.5 g fat)
Yes, you can enjoy an eggroll without overdoing your diet! This eggroll at Samurai Sam’s is grilled, not fried, and it is packed with flavorful chicken and veggies for satisfying protein, vitamins, and minerals.
Orange Peel Chicken Bowl – Regular (490 calories, 5 g fat, 420 mg sodium)
Can you taste it? That sweet and tangy flavor of orange peel chicken is often a favorite and can be a diet-friendly choice. Order this Regular-sized bowl with chicken breast and brown rice for all the flavor plus lean protein and added fiber.
Spicy Steak and Broccoli Bowl – Regular (500 calories, 9 g fat)
Add a little kick to your lunch or dinner when you order this spicy twist on another classic bowl. This bowl includes steak, vitamin C-rich broccoli, rice (request brown rice), garlic, and Spicy Samurai Sam’s® Teriyaki Sauce.
Teriyaki Salmon Bowl – Regular (590 calories, 4.5 g fat)
Get your healthy omega-3 fats plus a dose of tasty teriyaki and half a cup of veggies with this bowl. Don’t forget to request brown rice to get even more nutrition!
Veggie Yakisoba Bowl – Large (550 calories, 6 g fat)
If you prefer noodles to rice, go straight for this yakisoba bowl. Soft noodles are topped with wok-stirred veggies, like broccoli, carrots, and green beans, then topped with teriyaki sauce for even more flavor. Fruits and veggies, as part of a healthy diet, have been shown to help with everything from losing weight to preventing heart disease and controlling blood pressure.