Famished and looking for a fun time? Trot on over to Cahuenga Boulevard and treat yourself to an unfettered menu courtesy of Fuku Burger, L.A.’s newest burger joint. What started as a popular food truck in Las Vegas has morphed into a hip bricks-and-mortar restaurant smack dab in the middle of bars, clubs and other late night Hollywood hotspots.
Fuku Burger Livens Up Cahuenga Boulevard In Hollywood — Photo courtesy of Sujata Day
Fuku Burger’s simple one-page menu boasts classic American burger staples with a Japanese twist. Try the uber-popular Tamago egg burger topped with crispy onion strings and teriyaki mayo or Kinoko burger with shitake mushrooms and wasabi mayo. In the mood for spice? Choose your spice comfort level from 1-10 with the Karai burger brimming with pickled cucumbers and avocado cream.
Kinoko Mushroom Burger On A Bed Of Lettuce — Photo courtesy of Sujata Day
Succulent sides include garlic fries, spicy onion rings (a must!), and tasty edamame. Top off your meal with a generous serving of yummy green tea ice cream. Ask your friendly server for any specials or secret menu items like delicious edamame hummus and unique red bean ice cream.
Fuku Burger’s full bar includes draft and bottled beers, specialty cocktails, and red and white wines. Karaoke fan? Singing starts at 10pm on Thursday nights so warm up those vocal chords and get your “American Idol” on. Pop in for Happy Hour Monday through Sunday nights from 3pm-7pm for 2-for-1 drinks and $1 sides with a burger order. Hungry in Hollywood? Have no fear, Fuku Burger’s here!