You may think you’re a burger expert; that you truly understand everything there is to know about a good burger. But in reality, there’s so much you don’t know about burgers.
Every Japanese-American fusion food you’ve seen up until this point has been preparing you for the next best, burger-related thing. You’ve seen hot dogs with a Japanese twist and you’ve seen squid ink burger buns. Both were and are still great (although, the buns turned peoples’ poop green), but we’ve been hungry for something even greater than that.
Lately, people around the world have been getting creative with Japanese-style foods and burger ingredients to bring you to the peak of burger-making history: Japanese burgers. Whether the burger patty is a good ol’ American beef patty or a chicken Katsu cutlet, you’ve never had anything quite like this:
Second up is the Sakura burger, limited only at the Chinese New Year Lunar Market. Pink Sakura glazed bun brings this burger to your attention but the sweet taste is just a bit too overpowering but it does give a nice crunch. However, the real crunch punch comes from the karaage fried chicken The chicken is done perfectly with plenty of juice left in it. This is combined perfectly with the Japanese curry which is not slathered on but drizzled on mixed with the seaweed salad provides an authentic Japanese burger experience. Only downfall be prepared for sticky fingers! #foodies #Sydney #sydneylunarmarket #foodmarket #burger #burgersforlife #foodbloggers #sydneyeats #sakuraburger #japaneseburger #foodporn #karaagechicken #friedchicken #burgerquest #yummy #foodig #foodblog #foodreviews #burgerhunting #follow4follow #like4like #followbackteam #foodlover
Back in Blighty & my 1st meal is @byronhamburgers new seasonal Bunzilla Burger – a #Japanese inspired burger with their signature, perfectly cooked 6oz beef patty, miso (fermented soy bean paste) cured bacon, wasabi mayo, shredded cabbage, crunchy & sweet onion ring, delicious! #burger #japaneseburger #byronburger #islington #backinblighty #burgers
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Miso and wasabi mayo sauce? You know what they say: don’t hate it until you try it.
And then there’s this beauty of a burger, or maybe it’s a bento box in the shape of a burger, which, if you ask us, would be impossible to pick up (but we’d try it anyway):
“Burger oder Sushi heute Abend?” Diese Frage hat sich mit den neuesten Food-Trend erledigt – denn jetzt wird kombiniert! Was haltet ihr von den Sushi-Burgern? #instafood #foodtrend #sushi #japaneseburger #sushirice #yummy #burgermeetssushi #regram @sobeautifullyraw
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Teara Lab just opened this week in Toronto, Ontario and is ready to serve you professionally made Japanese-American fusion burgers. You can finally venture out of your comfort zone and try a Japanese Burger in Canada, because us Canadians like to live dangerously.
Check out one of Teara Lab’s burgers bellow. And let’s just hope those aren’t the same black buns that turned everyone’s poop green last year:
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Japanese burgers aren’t just innovative, they also know how to pose for the camera. And we’re positive that they taste as good as they look.