Their website says "ask about our specially made in-house spicy sauce if you’re feeling adventurous." I was, and did, so they also brought me the Spicy Chicken Teriyaki. Judy explained that the sauce is made in-house with fresh ginger, garlic, and more, so while my mouth burned a bit from doubling up on spicy entrees, I wasn't mad about it.
The chicken was expertly grilled to make it tender and chewy at once, with just enough char. Not overdone, just done correctly. Don't skip the standard teriyaki side salad it comes with; its dressing is the perfect complement to their spicy entrees.
It may sound silly, but I was most excited to try a vegan bubble tea. I've never seen a vegan option for milk teas before, which is odd because cafes generally have non-dairy options. Nori currently offers dairy, soy, and almond milk, and I drove home sipping a blended coconut/almond milk bubble tea. If I could order almond milk in every bubble tea from now on, I would; it has more body and makes the drink a heftier, satisfying treat.