Updated: November 07, 2018
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Vegan Burgers & Burritos At Ripple In Shinjuku, Tokyo


You don't have to be vegan to find these burgers and burritos amazing. If you're looking for delicious vegan comfort food, Ripple might well become your go-to!

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Ain Soph. Ripple is a vegan's dream come true in Tokyo! They serve amazing vegan burgers that are so good, you don't have to be vegan to think they're the best. They're super filling and tasty, no wonder the resto is always full!
Their claim to fame is their incredible cheeseburger! But they also serve all kinds of vegan comfort food inside their small shop. You can also get the food to go, or you can enjoy it on their seats outside.


Their burgers are a must-try here. There are 4 kinds of burgers to choose from: the ripple burger, the ripple cheeseburger, the soy chicken burger and the falafel burger. They're all delicious, but the ripple cheeseburger might be the most popular dish. Burgers are 1,000-1,250 yen. You can have a soup or french fries for 200 yen more.
If you don't know what to order, their burrito is also a good call! The burrito is made with coriander, rice, black beans, guacamole, etc (850 yen).
You can also have the healthier alternative, the burrito bowl (950 yen).
A lot of people swear by their chilli fries. Once you try them, you'll understand why. They're the perfect accompaniment for their tasty burgers.
Their mac & cheese is made with vegan cheese, but you won't feel deprived in any way because it's mighty good (600 yen).
They don't only have junk food, they also have salad bowls (R 680 yen/ L 1,200 yen).
What better way to end this tasty vegan meal than a tasty vegan dessert. They have all kinds of tasty treats, from tiramisu to french toast and waffles.


When you're in Tokyo, make sure to stop by Ripple for a delicious burger! You should also come try their seasonal dishes, such as the vegan cheesecake ice cream pictured above.
Lili Wanderlust
I love travelling and discovering new cuisines. Japan has a panoply of local dishes to try. I also love yoga, coffee, reading, and cycling.

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