Updated: September 05, 2019
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Insane 'Super Cheeseburger' at Burger & Milkshake Crane in Tokyo


Located near Suehirocho in Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, Burger & Milkshake Crane serves one of Tokyo's most over-the-top cheeseburger called the Super Cheeseburger. Here's all you need to know about the famous item.

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A burger with a waterfall of cheese

Super Cheeseburger (¥1,500)
If you're a cheeseburger fan, this one is for you. Burger & Milkshake Crane's Super Cheeseburger has more cheese than you ever dreamed of, overflowing from below the top bun like a waterfall.

It's located near Suehirocho station, and it's not too far from Akihabara station either (about a 10-minute walk).
There are some ketchup and mustard on the table but you won't be needing them with this bad boy. It's meant to be enjoyed with nothing else than its thick cheese sauce.

Delicious 2 cheese mix

The cheese sauce is made with a special blend of two kinds of cheese: some cheddar and a kind of German mozzarella called Steppen. The Steppen cheese is what gives it the gooey texture.
Eat your way through the wall of cheese and what it looses in Instagrammability, it more than makes up in plain great taste.

First of all the buns are superb. Freshly made, they are fragrant and have a pretty hard crust which contrasts wonderfully with the fluffy inner part.

There's a nice amount of fresh crispy lettuce too.
The meat patty that you couldn't see at all initially because of all the cheese has a delicious umami flavour accentuated by black pepper and some sauteed onions, and the slice of tomato brings just the right amount of acidity to counterbalance the richness of the cheese. Everything is on point and might even leave you wanting some more, even though it's a pretty big and rich burger.

In closing...

Burger & Milkshake Crane offer a variety of burgers that are all very tempting, so if cheeseburgers aren't your thing, you'll still have plenty of choices.

The restaurant is located at a 3-minute walk from Suehirocho.

Be aware that the restaurant is very popular so you might have to wait in line a bit to go in, even during a weekday. The best time to go to avoid waiting in line is right when it opens at 11:30.
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