Quick Lunch: K-Shock Japanese Takeaway – Visit No. 2

by April@MyFoodTrail on June 27, 2009

in Japanese, Melbourne, Quick Lunch

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.

Teriyaki Burger – teriyaki chicken, lettuce, tomato & wasabi mayo on a soft burger bun $6.50

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

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Daniel June 28, 2009 at 1:14 am

Yeah, looks mafan to eat.

maybe eat with fork and spooon!

Oh, have you tried Red WOk Cafe? Its one of my favourite malaysian restaurants here. Their lala (pipi) is decent.

Address: 313 Toorak Road
Phone: 9826 8163

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Maria@TheGourmetChallenge June 29, 2009 at 9:44 pm

Ahh man, those chicken pieces would have driven me mad. Thats not a burger! its a chicken salad put in the middle of two pieces of bread!

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Rilsta July 2, 2009 at 4:39 pm

Hi Daniel: Thanks for the suggestion. I'm looking forward to trying it but the thing I hate about that part of Toorak Road is the parking!

Hi Maria: Hehehe… it didn't taste that bad though. I hope the other burgers are more "burger like".

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