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Katsu Burger


Capitol Hill

$$$$Perfect For:Big GroupsCasual Weeknight DinnerDining SoloLunch
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Sometimes, the middle of a garbage week, calls for eating whatever the f*ck you want for dinner. Katsu Burger is a counter-service space with a Godzilla mural, local beer and sake, and ground beef katsu sandwiches—or in other words, deep-fried cheeseburgers. They also have pork and chicken katsu, fries tossed in nori flakes (dip them in spicy mayo), and matcha green tea milkshakes to wash everything down. On a good day when everything's crisp and hot, it's joyous. On a not-so-good day when everything's soggy and saturated in fryer oil that needs to be changed, it's not as joyous.

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