Service with a smile
From its flavor to its presentation, Japanese food is simply amazing. However, sometimes you just want to relax with some comfort food, and that’s where Burg Holic comes in.
Upon entering the spacious, warmly lit restaurant, you’ll be greeted with smiles and hospitality—things that make travelers from faraway places feel right at home. As you take your seat and start browsing the menu, you’ll hear classic tunes such as Louis Armstrong’s “What a Wonderful World” playing softly in the background.
So many choices
With its extensive menu, Burg Holic is a place that requires several visits to fully appreciate. Although this article focuses on a basic hamburger lunch, the full menu also contains an assortment of steaks, sides, and deserts.
A craft beer lover’s delight, Burg Holic features over 40 domestically sourced craft beers. With brews from Hokkaido to Hiroshima, you can enjoy beer from all over the country, even if you don’t have time to travel beyond Tokyo.
Start with the basics
When trying new burger restaurants, it’s best to start with the basics, and Burg Holic’s hamburger lunch set is a tasty deal. One thousand yen gets you a juicy burger, a plate of fries, and a cup of fresh coffee—an excellent deal when compared to other burger restaurants in Tokyo.
The shop’s namesake, the Holic Burger, is a delicious basic burger to try. It features a 150-gram patty, fluffy buns, fresh lettuce, and a tomato, all topped with an original “premium ketchup” sauce that has a zesty flavor similar to mild salsa. All of these ingredients come together for a light, tasty burger that won’t put you in a food coma. If you are a tourist on the move, and you want to stay that way, Holic Burger is the perfect place to refuel while traveling throughout Tokyo.
Good to the last bite
Whether you are a Tokyo local who just happens to love a good burger from time to time, or a tourist staying in or near Araki-Cho, give Burg Holic a try. You won’t regret it. And even if you are watching your weight, you could always burn off the extra calories with a good run through Tokyo.