Teddys Bigger Burgers


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Teddy’s Bigger Burgers opened their first store in April 1998 on the Hawaiian island of Oahu, and is often mentioned among the best burger shops in Hawaii. This Harajuku location first opened in 2009, but was completely renewed in early 2014. Their handmade, 100% beef patties are still the main attraction, and are available in three sizes: Big (140g), Bigger (200g) and Biggest (255g). A word of warning: aside from the juicy burgers, the Japanese version of Teddy's differs quite a bit from the original. Having succumbed to the all-consuming pancake craze, the shop offers a menu consisting mainly of fruit-topped pancakes, açaí bowls and fruity cocktails, with island-themed videos getting heavy rotation on the TVs and stereotypically Hawaiian music playing all day long. Nevertheless, if you're only going for the burgers, Teddy's Harajuku still provides decent value.


Miyazaki Bldg 2F, 6-28-5 Jingumae, Shibuya, Tokyo

Transport Harajuku station (JR Yamanote Line), Omote-sando exit or Meiji-jingumae station (Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line), exit 7

Telephone 03 5774 2288

Open Mon-Sat 11am-9pm, Sun 11am-8pm


Please note: All information is correct at the time of writing but is subject to change without notice.

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