This is the first Japan venture from a beloved LA-based fast-casual burger chain, and the burgers here live up to their stellar reputation. Properly juicy and packed with deep meaty flavor, they're made from Australian beef with a substantially higher fat content than your typical burger. Thinly sliced pickles are applied sparingly, providing good balance for the fat with their tangy flavor and crunchy texture.
Double and triple burger options are available, along with side dishes like chili cheese fries and Buffalo wings. The excellent onion rings are one of the crunchiest versions we've ever had, although at Y500 they're not exactly cheap. The burgers themselves are in line with other fast casual in town - a 115g Fatburger is Y680 and a 230g double-patty burger is Y980, while add-ons like bacon, cheese, onion rings and chili are Y100 each.
Drinks include coffee and milkshakes, simple cocktails (grapefruit sour, cassis orange, highballs), tequila shots and beer. The dining space is pleasant enough, though nothing fancy, and is located in the seventh-floor dining area of the rebranded Magnet 109 building (formerly Men's 109).
This book will introduce you to more than twenty of Japan's favorite specialty foods that are less well known abroad, along with a guide to the best places in Tokyo to try them and expert tips on what to order. From Bento.com.