Updated: November 21, 2018
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Must-Try Alternative Burger Joints in Tokyo!

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Here are some must-try alternative burger joints in Tokyo. Gluten-free, vegan or unique burgers. All these burger places are worth checking out!

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Whoopi Goldburger

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Whoopi Goldburger is a 4-minute walk from Shibuya Station, in the Miyamasuzaka area.
If you have a craving for burgers and have packed an appetite, come try the Charlotte Gainsburger made with 3 patties! It's the perfect burger, and then some!
On their lunch menu, you can choose between different types of burger sets, they all come with potatoes (french fries or mashed potatoes) and a drink.
For 100 yen more, you can change the potatoes for a salad.
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Burger Mania

Burger Mania has three branches in Tokyo; in Shirokane, Hiroo and Ebisu. This burger joint serves patties made from 100% Japanese beef, and their burgers are really original and tasty. Some of the branches have flavours limited to their stores, such as the cherry burger available at Hiroo & Ebisu, and the mango burger available only in Shirokane. The ultimate blue cheese burger is particularly good! The burgers are ¥1030-¥2140.

Gluten-Free Little Bird Cafe

Around a 5 to 6 minute walk from Yoyogi Hachiman station, this gluten-free restaurant in Shibuya only uses domestic rice and, of course, no wheat. They have numbers of dishes that you can enjoy, from ramen to desserts, so make sure to check this place out if you are gluten intolerant as you can try anything from Japanese comfort food to Western pancakes as well! And of course, their burgers!

Ripple

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.

Bareburger

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They aim to provide healthy and organic burgers using eco-friendly ingredients. Their menu items mainly consists of a variety of organic meat including beef, chicken, and only-in-Japan-branch premium burgers using Ozaki-gyu!
They also have veggie patty ready for vegetarian and vegan customers! Additionally, they have special menu for each branch in Ginza and Jiyugaoka, so check that out too!
They have more than 10 kinds of delicious burgers! You can choose how you would like your patty to be done from five options. You can also customize your own burger with toppings and sauces of your choice, which is called "BE MY BURGER".

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    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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