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Best Wagyu burger in Tokyo: Blacows 「ブラッカウス」

I'm not a dining fan. Probably traumatized from my time in Sweden, when green salads were an eccentricity in most restaurants. Still, some Fridays like today, when Enrique comes to my office for customer meetings, it feels nice to go for a date night out.

Maybe because this week left me really tired, so I felt that life was almost over and wanted to make the most our of it. Maybe because of being too exhausted to actually cook myself. Anyway. After a failed attempt of going party in Roppongi, we decided to stop really close to home (we happen to live 100m away) for the renamed best burger in Tokyo.

We had brought takeaway a number of times, both for Enrique and our visitors, so today it felt about time to try the biggest burger on the menu, on site. It was juicy, delicious & filling. Nicely paired with avocado, lettuce, onion, tomato & egg white. Really nice. So if you are in Tokyo, don't forget to try.

Here's how the entrance looks like ^_^ maybe you meet me, on the way home from work too :P

2丁目11−9 Ebisunishi, Shibuya, Tokyo 150-0021, Japan
p: 03.3477.2914
w: kuroge-wagyu.com‎

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