Sunny Diner


Restaurants & Cafés


Kita-Senju in Adachi-ku has many eating establishments that see a never-ending stream of customers from both nearby and further afield. These restaurants include the reservations-required yakitori chain Barcode, one of Tokyo’s top restaurants for stewed dishes ‘Ohashi’, and the burger shop/bar ‘Hachi no Su’ (Beehive). Another recent addition to Adachi-ku’s residential area is Sunny Diner, which has a colourful interior and an American West Coast feel. For a simple burger that packs a punch try the Cheese Avocado burger (¥1,080). The shop makes its hamburger patties from top quality domestic beef, and serves them in locally made hamburger buns from bakery Furansu-ya, together with vegetables delivered fresh daily, along with avocado and cheese. Sunny Diner is well aware that the flavour of the burger changes with the order of assembly so it serves its burgers on a plate open-style. To make the burger taste even better, try Sunny Diner’s famous French fries boasting a whole two and a half potatoes in one serve. Crispy and sprinkled with the perfect amount of salt, they are irresistible. Owner Masaru Sekine says with a smile, that his ‘dream is to go international.’ In June 2009, Sunny Diner opened a second store in Kita-senju Station’s Lumine Building.

By Fumiko Kano
Translated by E. Kavanagh


3-45 Senju, Adachi, Tokyo

Transport Kita-senju station (Tokyo Metro Hibiya, Chiyoda Lines)

Telephone 03 3888 3211

Open daily 11.30am-12midnight (LO 11pm) / closing days may vary

Admission Avocado Cheese burger ¥1,080; Bacon Egg Cheese burger ¥1,180; Ordinary burger ¥880


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

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