I got really attached to the teriyaki sauce from Itsu. Mainly because it seeped out of the box and all over my backpack. Lesson learnt, I suppose. From the makers of Pret A Manger you can expect the same level of genericness and heavy packaging in the offering here. Ugh. I had the £4ish teriyaki chicken on rice with bits of ginger, peas and spring onion. It looks fine, and tastes fine but seemingly lacks any unique qualities to make it memorable. Mum and pop Japanese eateries have a usual charm to it that isn’t replicated in this box of functional bland. It did leave a mark on me at least, but that was only in the literal sense.