No tour of Tokyo’s thriving burger scene is complete without a stop at Brozers’
No western food import holds a higher place in the hearts — and stomachs — of Tokyo’s gastronomy fiends than the humble hamburger. From the affordable classic Mos Burger to the high-end kuroge wagyu burger at Blacows, Tokyo has quickly become a top dining destination for hungry locals and travelers in search of all things beef and bun related.
However, no tour of Tokyo’s thriving burger scene is complete without a stop (or two) at Brozers’, consistently ranked as one of the best burger restaurants in the city.
This cozy retro-themed diner, which describes itself as a “hamburger restaurant overflowing with American taste,” has been serving gourmet burgers in Tokyo’s Ningyocho district since mid-2000.
Every burger on Brozers’ menu is built upon a singular culinary canvas: Crisp leaves of iceberg lettuce sit atop a thin layer of creamy Japanese mayonnaise. Several rings of raw onion and a single slice of a perfectly ripe tomato prop up a juicy, lean handmade patty. An expertly toasted bun holds it all in place — and nearly every burger is topped with a squeeze of Brozers’ house barbeque sauce, which provides a subtle, smoky tang and the perfect finishing touch.
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