Who wants Mexican? Mexico Lindo has been in business since 1977, and is a Tokyo institution for Mexican dining. Try our famous enchiladas, burritos, mole and fajitas, together with excellent Mexican b...
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If you're lookinf for a good burger, you can go there.
The cons are that you will pay a high price for it and if you're hungry, maybe you will have to take one more.
It's a problem with this place. The food is tasty but it's too expensive for a small burger.
For the same price range you can go to Kua Aina Burger and have one of the best burger of your life ;)
I recommand this place for busy wom... Read More
When I first arrived at Freshness Burger and looked at the menu I thought it would be like an American fast food burger spot, but I was mistaken, the food was worse. Freshness Burger had a nice appearance and easy to read English menu, the employee who took my order even spoke English but the food was not very good. I ordered a Classic burger, large fries, and lemonade (all together 1000 yen) and ... Read More
Freshness burger is a chain of burger joints throughout Tokyo. I went in with high expectations and was not disappointed. Seeing that they use organic and fresh products I was excited from the get go, you can certainly taste the quality of the ingredients in their burgers. I decided to go for the freshness burger, a grape soda and an order of half fried potato and half onion rings (genius combo), ... Read More
This place reminds me of Mos Burger, except without the crazy choices of seafood burgers made with "Rice Bread".
It's actually quite average this burger joint. However, I will admit that the pace in the shop is a little bit slower. It's the slowest fast food pace I've been to in Tokyo.
This is not to say that the food is bad here. The french fries (Chips) are quite good and it seems that each... Read More
Freshness Burger is a cheap burger joint invoking the American film industry in the old days of Clark Gable and Katherine Hepburn (as evidenced by the wall murals). The lighting is low and there are tables, booths, and stools.
Their vegetable soup wasn’t bad, but their fried potatoes (French fries?) weren’t that great. On an odd note, they have both cold and hot lemonade.
The staff is frie... Read More