I am quite sure that I have eaten at Nasai more than any place else since I first came to Seattle 8 years ago. The teryaki is juicy and well-cooked. The sauce is sweet and thick, but not too sweet or goopy. Service is quick and the food is cheap for an immense portion that could easily be two meals for many people. With your teryaki, you get a salad with a highly addictive dressing and a heaping mound of white rice. The special has remained the same for many years, chicken teryaki and four gyoza with salad and rice, still under $6. How can you beat that?! The spicy chicken and pork are also delicious, and I would happily vouch for the pork teryaki as well. However, only the Nasai location on University Way (The Ave) qualifies for this review. The location on 25th across from University Village is utterly terrible and nothing like the Ave location.