Updated: November 06, 2018
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Mega Hamburg Steak of 1kg! "Steak no Kuishinbo" Caters To The Insatiable "Hambaagu" Meat Lover!

If your appetite for Hamburg steak (hambaagu) is insatiable, head to Kuishinbo for huge hambaagu of up to 1kg!

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"Steak no Kuishinbo" Specializes In Japanese-Style Hamburg Steaks

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Pictured above is a popular location of the restaurant chain in Shibuya, at a 2-minute walk from the Hachiko Exit of the JR Shibuya Station. The restaurant plays some western music and has a relaxed atmosphere.

If You've Ever Dream Of Eating A HUGE Piece Of Hamburg Steak This Is The Place To Go!

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You may know that the Japanese are quite fond of Hamburg steaks -those beef patties served on a hot plate with some veggies and topped with a rich gravy sauce- but you probably didn't know that there is a restaurant where you can have these hambaagu (as the Japanese call them) in humongous size. The place is called Steak no Kuishimbo, and their Hambrug steaks weigh a whopping 1kg. Those monster hambaagu are righfully called Megabaagu. Needless to say these are meant to be shared. They are ¥2,400.
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You get to choose the sauces you want it with. There are some wafu (Japanese-flavored), garlic and butter, spicy onion, and glazed deep-flavored umami sauces. From these four, you can choose two with your order.
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It comes in two layers of beef patty so it's easy to share. The meat is tender and juicy.
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The taste is so addictively good that you shouldn't have trouble finishing your plate despite the volume if you are a hambaagu fan.
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Japanese food culture enthusiast. Love to explore new areas and discover local specialties.

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