BrozersCurrently Open [Closes at 10:00 pm]
- Address: 2 Chome-2-11 Shintomi, Chūō, Tokyo 104-0041, Japan, Chuo
- Timings: 11:00 am - 08:00 pm Details
- Phone: +81-362283701
- Ticket Price: Free
- Tags: Food And Drinks, Restaurant, Family And Kids
Brozers is a hamburger restaurant where you can find American and Australian dishes too. It serves its customers with dinner and lunch meals. It houses a full bar where you can enjoy a long-listed collection of drinks. If you are in hurry you can grab your food on the way as it offers takeaway facility for the customers. To avoid the long queues you can reserve your tables here. You can even enjoy your foods and drinks in open air as Brozers houses outdoor seating facility for the visitors.
- Subway- Yurakucho Line to stop- Shintomicho Station
- Trains- Hibiya Line, Keiyo Line to stop- HatchÃ bori Station
It was so amazing! It really makes me feel I’m stay in America. But the price is not so cheap :( And When you need something, you have to call the sever (It’s different culture!)
Staff was very friendly even though we entered close to closing time. Food was delicious but as other reviews mentioned, a bit pricy. Its expected for burgers around here. The milkshake was good but not great. The meal itself was great. Fries were crispy, onion rings tasty and burger was great.
Really good burgers, and the staff was super friendly and accommodating. I'm not a fan of mayo, and they didn't look at me snippy or like it was impossible when I asked for no mayo, like you find at a lot of places. It's almost a little taste of home if you are from the US, but with a very polite local feel to it. Highly recommend Brozers for lunch or dinner.
Worth the visit if you are craving for good burgers and in the area. Inside it looks like a 60/70's American diner style with comfortable seating and enough space. Service is good, as well as the foods. Burgers are juicy and tasty. Price is about average for this kind of premium Burger shop (about 1,500jpy).
American restaurant in Tokyo. Always interesting to sample other countries perceived ideas of American food. Not a fan of the BBQ sauce and mayo on the cheeseburger.