Saturday, August 20, 2011

Hungry Heaven / ハングリー・ヘブン

Today I'm featuring a shop that even my father would enjoy.  So, why does this particular shop have two names?  The answer is quite simple.  During the day, this is a burger shop called [Hungry Heaven].  At night, it becomes the yakiniku restaurant [Gyubig].  I went here on my day off after I a well-known food co-ordinator introduced one of their burgers on an afternoon television program.  It's located just 3 minutes away from Meguro station on the Yamanote Line.  I treated myself to an avocado cheese burger.


Avocado Cheeseburger / アボカドチーズバーガー

The Avocado Cheeseburger is made with a meat patty, mayonnaise, mustard, lettuce, tomato, onion, avocado, cheddar cheese and a choice of tartar or mustard sauce.  I chose the mustard sauce.


Burger is served with french fries.


Interior of the shop / 店内のインテリア

Great T-shirt hanging on the wall / 壁に飾ってるTシャーツ良いね

This is the cover of Hungry Heaven's menu.  You can choose from a wide variety of burgers.  I'm curious to try their Hungry Heaven India - a curry burger!!

これがフングリーヘブンのメニューのカバー。選べられるバーガーは豊富です。今度行ったらフングリーヘブン・インディアを食べてみたい。メニューに書いてあるのは店の自信作 ‐ カレーのハンバーガーです!

Bon Appetit!



Robbblog said...

When i was a teacher for NOVA back in 07 i found a burger place in so reminds me of that place..i wish i could remember the name of that establishment..

Tokyo Ern said...

Hey there, I did a little research on the net and Soka and think I may have found the burger shop you were thinking of. Perhaps it was something called "Unchain Farm". I may have to make a trip out to Saitama to check it out one of these days.