Read about my first visit here.
I forgot to bring my lunch to work last week so I used the opportunity to try out the Tokyo burgers I mentioned in a previous post. The shop had changed again, this time with photos of every single dish on their menu displayed. I think that is a good move on their part so people can see what’s on offer.
There are 4 different Tokyo burgers, a beef one, a teriyaki chicken one, a deep fried chicken one and a vege croquette one (though they call it coroquette!). They all sound good but I went with the teriyaki chicken one.
The only other teriyaki chicken burger I have had is from Mos Burger, a fast food chain I visited in Singapore. Despite its small size, the burger was so yum! It had a tender, flavoursome chicken thigh fillet in a slightly sweet bun, with lettuce and mayo.
K-Shock’s burger had a similar taste, except they used wasabi mayonnaise. I’m a wasabi wimp but I found the mayo not strong at all. I like the combination of the extra teriyaki sauce from the chicken mixed in with the creamy mayo.
It is quite a large burger, though not very attractive looking especially side on!
I was disappointed with the 4 relatively small pieces of chicken that were inside. However, what it lacks in chicken, it makes up with the salad! I removed the tomato as I don’t like tomatoes in my burgers.
It would have been better to use a whole chicken thigh fillet rather than pieces, but I guess they do that because their rice dish has the chicken pieces. The chicken pieces make the burger such a pain to eat – it goes everywhere! The bread was nice and soft though and I liked the flavour of the burger. Even though there wasn’t much chicken, it was still enough to fill me up.
I will be back to try the other burgers!
Over & Out, Rilsta xx