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Aug 15, 2012 04:15 PM

Teriyaki Boy - Market Fair mall closed

I went by this weekend and saw that the entire food court including Teriyaki Boy - is no more.
I like going there for lunch.
Apparently it is going to be replaced by a sit-down restaurant.

Couldn't they have put the restaurant somewhere else in one of the currently unoccupied storefronts?

Major bummer.

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  1. Sad indeed. For a food court place, the Teriyaki Boy at Market Fair is really quite good. Decent food and good bargain. Will be missed.

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      1. re: scarlet knight

        Market Fair Mall on Route 1 in Princeton.

    1. Actually Teriyaki Boy and the old food court will be a West Elm store - part of the mall's ongoing makeover. We'll also miss TB. Not great sushi, but super convenient before catching a movie.


      Bobby's Burger Palace is set to open this month across from the old food court.

      Qdoba is going in next to Bobby's.

      Barnes and Noble will be moving and their space will become Season's 52 (dining), Bahama Breeze (dining) and a relocated EMS (outdoor's store).

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        1. re: arpad

          Apparently B & N is going into where Restoration Hardware was.

      1. There's another Teriyaki Boy about 5 miles north on Route 1 in the Forrestal Village food court.

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        1. re: OGguy

          wonder if they'll deliver to the Market Fair theaters?!

          1. re: OGguy

            I didn't know they were in Forrestal Village. One graphics on their website shows that they are but then when you click on Maps and Directions, they show that they are off near the Trenton Airport!!!

            Teriyaki Boy was convenient because I can get some lunch. Browse Barnes and Noble or get my eyeglasses adjusted at Lenscrafter and then go to Whole Foods via the back roads.

          2. Nooooooooooo! :-( I really liked grabbing a quick lunch there when working in the area.