Highly recommend first timers at this restaurant to try their signature Lot Burger, which comes in a mouthwatering combination of burger patty, bacon, cheese, fried egg and pineapple rings.
The patties, made with a 7:3 ratio of Australian minced pork to wagyu marbled beef is juicy and tasty.
Although the burgers are volume-y, there is a certain level of balance to their ingredients.
Their wonderfully fluffy, buttered and griddled buns lovingly enclose the miracle that it holds inside.
The cheese is extremely well-placed on the patty, and if you look closely, you will realise that the burger's cripsy lettuce has been arranged carefully to prevent their burgers from falling apart.
As expected of Japan - even their lettuce is origami.
At BROZERS', burger is not just food - its art.
If you live in Tokyo, you have definitely got to try BROZERS'.
Great burgers, retro diner looks, friendly service and great menu. What more do you need?
For those who live nearby, BROZERS' also have delivery services
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