Kami Teriyaki was open on Sunday, so we decided to try them for a quick dinner. We both had Teriyaki Chicken and the chicken was better than most teriyaki places, but the actual teriyaki sauce felt a bit thinner than most places. I suspect the thinner sauce is more authentic Japanese, while common Seattle teriyaki is sweeter. If I went again I might try the sushi, but that won't work for my wife. Overall this was a small amount better than the other two teriyaki places we have tried in Monroe, but still not up to the best in 20 miles. But it was open on Sunday, while most teriyaki places are closed on Sunday.
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