Brozers’ is a famous burger shop in Tokyo and one place that I had been meaning to check out for quite a while. I had heard about this place for a long time but the location is pretty inconvenient. It is located near Hamacho or Ningyocho depending on which line you take. I ended up taking a 15 minute walk from Asakusabashi to get there but it was well worth it.
Brozers’ has been around since 2000 and their reputation precedes them. The decor is pretty simple. They created an American diner, complete with a traffic light. I found it pretty basic but in a very good way. I was seated at the counter where I could watch them make the burgers. Unfortunately the counter is pretty low so you can’t actually see inside the kitchen.
They have a lot of different burgers and I got the Red Hot Chili Burger rather than their classic burger. It is their basic burger with sweet Thai chili sauce. It was really good and the patty was nice and crispy. Comparing it to Shake Shack and Carl’s Jr., Brozers’ is hands down better. The sauce may not be as good as Shake Shack but the size of the patty and the burger overall is better. At lunch they include a side of fries and discounts on drinks. I was happy with the burger and water but I felt it was a bit small overall. I was still a little hungry after the burger but compared to other places, it was a decent size.
Brozers’ is a great place to visit and you can be sure that I will visit again in the future. I don’t know exactly when I will be back as it is very inconvenient but I am already craving another burger. It isn’t cheap either with most burgers costing over 1,000 yen. It is worth it for all expats who are living in Tokyo as sometimes we just need a little home food to feel happy.