Sarku Japan Menu and Calories

Here, you will find Sarku Japan menu and their calories. We understand that not everybody is just after the price of fast food menu. Some actually want to have a fair idea of the calories the food they want to buy contain. In this article, the focus is on Sarku Japan menu and calories.

Find below the list of Sarku Japan menu and calories:

ItemServing SizeCalories
Beef & Shrimp Teriyaki Meal with Brown Rice1 Serving700 Calories
Beef & Shrimp Teriyaki Meal with Fried Rice1 Serving710 Calories
Beef & Shrimp Teriyaki Meal with Noodles1 Serving920 Calories
Beef & Shrimp Teriyaki Meal with Steamed Rice1 Serving690 Calories
Beef Bento Box with Brown Rice1 Serving820 Calories
Beef Bento Box with Fried Rice1 Serving830 Calories
Beef Bento Box with Noodles1 Serving970 Calories
Beef Bento Box with Steamed Rice1 Serving810 Calories
Beef Teriyaki Meal with Brown Rice1 Serving590 Calories
Beef Teriyaki Meal with Fried Rice1 Serving600 Calories
Beef Teriyaki Meal with Noodles1 Serving810 Calories
Beef Teriyaki Meal with Steamed Rice1 Serving580 Calories
Boston Roll1 Serving280 Calories
Bottled Water32 oz0 Calories
California Roll1 Serving330 Calories
Chicken & Shrimp Teriyaki Meal with Brown Rice1 Serving770 Calories
Chicken & Shrimp Teriyaki Meal with Fried Rice1 Serving780 Calories
Chicken & Shrimp Teriyaki Meal with Noodles1 Serving980 Calories
Chicken & Shrimp Teriyaki Meal with Steamed Rice1 Serving750 Calories
Chicken Bento Box with Brown Rice1 Serving810 Calories
Chicken Bento Box with Fried Rice1 Serving820 Calories
Chicken Bento Box with Noodles1 Serving950 Calories
Chicken Bento Box with Steamed Rice1 Serving800 Calories
Chicken Egg Roll1 Serving160 Calories
Chicken Teriyaki Meal with Brown Rice1 Serving660 Calories

Chicken Teriyaki Meal with Fried Rice1 Serving660 Calories
Chicken Teriyaki Meal with Noodles1 Serving870 Calories
Chicken Teriyaki Meal with Steamed Rice1 Serving640 Calories
Chicken Teriyaki Roll1 Serving360 Calories
Classic Coke, 22 oz32 oz290 Calories
Classic Coke, 32 oz44 oz430 Calories
Classic Coke, 44 oz22 oz580 Calories
Cooked D’Lite Sushi Combo1 Serving520 Calories
Dancing Eel Roll1 Serving430 Calories
Diet Coke, 22 oz32 oz0 Calories
Diet Coke, 32 oz44 oz0 Calories
Diet Coke, 44 oz22 oz0 Calories
Dr. Pepper, 22 oz32 oz250 Calories
Dr. Pepper, 32 oz44 oz360 Calories
Dr. Pepper, 44 oz22 oz500 Calories
Dumplings6 Pieces260 Calories
Edamame1 Serving170 Calories
Fanta Orange, 22 oz32 oz310 Calories
Fanta Orange, 32 oz44 oz460 Calories
Fanta Orange, 44 oz22 oz630 Calories
Fuze Iced Tea, 22 oz32 oz170 Calories
Fuze Iced Tea, 32 oz44 oz250 Calories
Fuze Iced Tea, 44 oz22 oz350 Calories
Garden Salad1 Serving210 Calories
Green Dragon Roll1 Serving650 Calories

Minute Maid Lemonade, 22 oz32 oz290 Calories
Minute Maid Lemonade, 32 oz44 oz420 Calories
Minute Maid Lemonade, 44 oz22 oz570 Calories
Miso Soup1 Serving50 Calories
Philadelphia Roll1 Serving430 Calories
Rainbow Roll1 Serving360 Calories
Red Bull Roll1 Serving590 Calories
Rock and Roll1 Serving550 Calories
Salmon and Maki Sushi Combo1 Serving500 Calories
Salmon Avocado Roll1 Serving350 Calories
Salmon Roll1 Serving220 Calories
Salmon Skin Hand Roll1 Serving210 Calories
Sarku Japan Roll1 Serving540 Calories
Seafood Hand Roll1 Serving170 Calories
Seaweed Salad1 Serving70 Calories
Shrimp Bento Box with Brown Rice1 Serving740 Calories
Shrimp Bento Box with Fried Rice1 Serving750 Calories
Shrimp Bento Box with Noodles1 Serving890 Calories
Shrimp Bento Box with Steamed Rice1 Serving730 Calories
Shrimp Tempura3 Pieces390 Calories
Shrimp Tempura Roll1 Serving520 Calories
Shrimp Teriyaki Meal with Brown Rice1 Serving550 Calories
Shrimp Teriyaki Meal with Fried Rice1 Serving560 Calories
Shrimp Teriyaki Meal with Noodles1 Serving760 Calories
Shrimp Teriyaki Meal with Steamed Rice1 Serving530 Calories

Spicy Tuna Hand Roll1 Serving180 Calories
Spicy Tuna Roll1 Serving430 Calories
Spider Roll1 Serving510 Calories
Sprite, 22 oz32 oz290 Calories
Sprite, 32 oz44 oz420 Calories
Sprite, 44 oz22 oz570 Calories
Sushi and Roll Combo1 Serving680 Calories
Sushi, Sashimi and Roll Combo22 oz670 Calories
Tempura California Roll1 Serving510 Calories
Tuna Roll1 Serving190 Calories
Vegetable Spring Roll1 Serving190 Calories
Vegetable Zen Sushi Combo1 Serving590 Calories
Vegetables D’Lite with Brown Rice1 Serving420 Calories
Vegetables D’Lite with Fried Rice1 Serving430 Calories
Vegetables D’Lite with Noodles1 Serving640 Calories
Vegetables D’Lite with Steamed Rice1 Serving410 Calories
Vegetables Roll1 Serving280 Calories
Volcano Roll1 Serving440 Calories

Sarku Japan menu

About Sarku Japan

Sarku Japan is the biggest and most profitable Japanese Fast Service Restaurant (QSR) chain in the United States. We run over 240 stores across the US and can be found in over 200 food courts in high-profile malls across the world and international markets such as South America.

The first Sarku Japan was opened in 1987, and the owners were a little hesitant. Despite several other common Asian foods, it was not clear how the audience would respond to the Japanese flavors and cooking style. Good quality ingredients and fresh vegetables, paired with expert seasonings, have made Sarku Japan an immediate success with residents. A variety of other locations have been continuously added over a few short years. Currently, Sarku Japan has more than 250 fast food hubs and dining establishments in North and South America. Continued success is primarily attributed to the conventional planning and choice of food products that are regularly available at all places.

Sarku Japan proposes a 20% cut in the franchise price for eligible veterans.

In June, the company signed a multi-year master license agreement with Frisby Corp. to open 20 Sarku Japan Teriyaki and Sushi Express stand-alone restaurants in Colombia within the next ten years.

In April, the company signed a multi-unit deal in Vietnam to open a dozen stores within the next three years. There are also preliminary plans to open in the Middle East, Asia, and Europe as long as the “right partners” come along.

Another indicator that Sarku Japan is on the verge of ambitious development is the move from food court settings to outdoor locations and stand-alone units.

Expansion beyond the conventional food court environment is a logical development for balanced restaurant chains. Chains that have successfully made this move include Panda Express and Chick-fil-A. Sarku Japan stands out from competing restaurant options because their order-to-order strategy satisfies diners and means that there is still a long queue in the food court.

Apart from the fast service offerings, Sarku Japan also provides a range of dining options at stand-alone restaurants. The ordering process and the planning system allow customers to configure their order, add extra proteins and replace side orders. They will then watch qualified Sarku Japanese chefs sizzle their steaming barbecue order. The secret signature Teriyaki sauce is kindly applied to every order, and most of the guests ask for extra help.

Sarku Japan caters to customers who may be pressed for a while but still want a tasty meal. Offering freshly made meals right in front of the counter, the chain serves a range of teriyaki dishes, including chicken, shrimp, and beef with a side of noodles or rice and mixed vegetables to accent each order. Other specialties, such as sushi, are also available depending on the venue.

The company’s mission remains the same as it has always been: To share the fresh ways of traditional Japanese cooking with the rest of the world. That’s exactly what you’ll find at every one of their locations: Meals cooked-to-order right in front of you. Fresh flavors.

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