We learned a few weeks ago that Manhattan-based Glaze Teriyaki Grill had their eye on the recently shuttered Johnny Rockets space at 1946 Fillmore, and now the Chron confirms the news. Owners Paul Krug and Ian McCormick are Seattle natives who have opened two locations of their Seattle-style teriyaki concern in New York, with this S.F. location being their third. It’s a takeout concept, with meat or fish grilled fresh to order and served, with glaze, over rice (NY Mag recommends the salmon). It’s expected to open sometime in the spring. Read their story here, and their explanation of what “Seattle-style” terayaki is (hint: it’s Korean-influenced). And you can see a full pictorial menu here. [Chron, Earlier]
Glaze Teriyaki’s combo plate. Photo: Courtesy of Glaze Teriyaki.