Take a burger patty and place it between two "buns" made out of ramen noodles. And voila -- a double hit of everyone's favorite fast foods. What does it taste like? Exactly the way it sounds -- and it works a treat.

58 Diner's isn't a gimmick, but a good burger: a thin homemade meat patty made from lean beef and accompanied by red cabbage, fried onions and a layer of scrambled egg all enclosed in a bun.

Located on one of the most iconic and strategic corners in the heart of Roppongi, the New York-style restaurant Wall Street Cafe & Bar offers customers a variety of savory dishes and drinks. Its two cozy floors, furnished in black and red, provide great views ...

Portions are ample, closer to what you'd expect in the Big Apple than we're used to here in Tokyo. Order the meat loaf, for example, and you get two very hefty slices of melt-in-the-mouth meat moistened with a savory mushroom gravy, and salad and ...

A "New York-style bar," The Corner is keen to put the gourmet into burger making, as every patty is handmade and every bun spread with a unique secret sauce.

All the patties are prepared in-house from 100 percent wagyu (Japanese black Angus cows -- hence the name, an abbreviation of "black cow"). The buns are from the celebrated Maison Keyser bakery. And there's a tasty range of fillings, from spicy jalapeno to Italian-style ...

You can make a very worthy meal of it all, from entree, salad and main course through to dessert. But there's nothing to stop you taking a more casual approach, just ordering up a selection of snacks, salads or pizzas to pass a mellow ...

If you find yourself in the Korakuen neighborhood, it is certainly worth making the detour to find this diner, with its classic American-style ambience and roadhouse fare.

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