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Nestled away in the Nihonbashi/Ningyocho area – where there are still hints of old downtown Tokyo – is Brozers’ burger restaurant, celebrating 10 years of business in 2010. Owner, Akio Kitaura, says that he established his shop through trial and error around the time that there was a growing perception of burgers as being fast food. Brozers’ has become a must-visit burger shop on the Tokyo gourmet burger trail. The burger to try here is the ‘Lot Burger’. The burger patties are juicy, with a 7:3 ratio of Australian minced pork to wagyu marbled beef, and combined with toppings of bacon, egg, cheese and pineapple – this is one over-the-top burger. Diners can choose from Brozers’s four sauces, starting with the shop’s own barbecue sauce. For a surprise, check out the way the burger’s crispy lettuce has been arranged; to prevent the burger from falling apart, each lettuce leaf is arranged carefully one by one with a precision akin to gift-wrapping. On April 3, 2010, Brozers opened a takeaway outlet nearby.

By Fumiko Kano
Translated by E. Kavanagh


2-28-5 Nihonbashi Ningyocho, Chuo, Tokyo

Transport Ningyocho station (Tokyo Metro Hibiya, Toei Asakusa Lines), exit A3

Telephone 03 3639 5201

Telephone 03 3639 5207 Takeout

Telephone 03 3639 5209 Delivery Service

Open Mon-Sat 11am-10pm (LO 9.30pm), Sun and nat. holidays 11am-8pm (LO 7.30pm), Takeout 11am-9pm, Delivery Service 9.30am-9pm / various closing days

Admission Lot Burger ¥1,500; Avocado Burger ¥1,150; Bacon Cheese Burger ¥1,300


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

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