Recently I have fallen in love a local mall's food court-joint Sarku (also known as Sakkio) Japan's Teriyaki Chicken. It's a nice, quick little deal where they grill up the chicken in front of you and then pour on the teriyaki sauce and serve it over rice and veggies. Quick and seems fresh enough. It's not a bad price for me, just a bad drive and I am clueless as to how they make it. I've tried a couple of times, and I can't even come close. Hopefully someone knows this cause I'm dying to know; seems so versatile if paired with the right sides and setting. I'm stumped on: #1. The Teriyaki sauce itself. I can come reasonably close, but mine is too powerful or something. It has just the right amount of flavor to it and I can't get it. They don't marinate the chicken in it (as far as I can tell), they just pour it on but it gives a deep but not overpowering flavor to the chicken even when extra is put on. #2. The chicken texture. They use these little (breast I'm assuming) bites, but the thing that I am absolutely clueless on is what it sits in. When they scoop it out in front of you, it looks like they have some sort of coating on it--not a marinade or a sauce, but a coating. Getting me hungry just thinking... Anyone who has some help for me, thanks in advance.