Cyberpunk Restaurant in Japan Serves Vacuum-Packed Burgers and Sake Made From Seahorses
If Neon City doesn’t scratch your cyberpunk itch until Phantom Liberty, you could book a trip to this bar. Located in Tokyo, Neo Shinjuku Atsushi gives visitors the complete cyberpunk feel. Details from My Modern Met
With seating for just 29 people—including nine seats at the bar—Neon Shinjuku Atsushi is an intimate experience. And the food is just as unique as the setting. There is the “retort burger” which comes in a vacuum-packed bag. The burger is cooked using retort processing, which allows the sealed burger to be stored at room temperature for an extended period of time. When ordered, it gets popped in the microwave, bringing back all the moisture to the bread and pattie.
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