Authentic charcoal-grilled juicy burgers at The Burger Company
Kitayama is an area known for its artfulness and freethinkers, but in one of the suburbs here, you can find a burger place called The Burger Company which offers charcoal-grilled medium rare burgers that are extremely juicy. They make their ketchup and tartar sauce at the restaurant and make their buns using natural yeast, and you can taste this attention to detail. They have over 10 different burgers for you to choose from, and they’re all big, and have a nice weight to them, and I’m sure that once you get your jaws open wide enough to eat them, you cannot stop! They also offer Buffalo wings, fried onion rings, and other yummy things to have before your burger. You can also get burgers to go here, so if the weather is nice, how about having a burger picnic by the Kamo River or in one of the close by parks!
/ ￥1090 (including tax)
This is the most classic burger among the choices here. You have lettuce, tomato, onion, Gouda cheese, and a medium-rare patty on the burger, and while the burger and cheese combination is full of umami, the lettuce, tomato, and onion give the taste a refreshing aspect. The salad and hand-cut French fries make this a very nice choice indeed.
/ ￥1390 (including tax)
P.B.M. means pepper, bacon, and mozzarella. The crispy bacon, juicy patty, and mozzarella cheese make this burger a triple-punch of creamy goodness. The black pepper and chili sauce on the burger make it taste even better, but not too spicy, so if you like spicy food, this is the burger for you!
/ ￥860 (including tax) for four wings
It’s hard to resist these deep-fried Buffalo wings which are incredibly crisp. I’m sure that the chili sauce on them will make you want to finish your pint of beer or soda in no time. This is the best choice to have with a pint!
/ ￥360 (including tax) for regular size
There is nothing spicy about these onion rings: they’re full of the sweetness of deep fried onion! But they’re not too greasy, so I’m sure even women will like them. You get ketchup with them, but they’re really good as-is too!