As Nagoya’s premier American sports bar, Shooters is a great place to meet with mates and gather round one of the many TVs for any sporting occasion. They also have a stupendous shots menu, but it is their food that everyone I know raves about.
Meat to bun ratio:
This burger is for those of you who, like me, believe that a bun is there to do little more than keep your hands clean. It was strong enough to maintain consistency, but at no time did it detract form the meaty goodness it contained within.
While Shakespeare had his concerns over roses, I’m pretty sure that a burger by another name wouldn’t have guacamole of this amazingness, and as a man who could quite happily have guacamole with any meal (this is indeed true. I have a guacamole song that I sing when I eat it to the tune of Falco’s Rock Me Amadeus. I am not proud of this fact, but it is a fact nonetheless) I would have been happy with this alone, but the grilled burger also comes topped with melted mozzarella and smoked bacon. If music be the food of love, it is in fact an aria comprised of bacon, mozzarella and home-made guacamole.
Since Stephen Hawking gave up searching for his unifying theory of everything, perhaps he can spend his time figuring out why crispy, curly fries taste better than regular ones. Because they do, particularly the ones at Shooters.
I would recommend this place because…
Quite frankly, no matter what you order from the menu at Shooters, it’s going to be top notch. Oh, and there’s another reason… ‘Guacamole, guacamole. Guacamole, guacamole. Guacamole, guacamole, oooooh, guacamole! Guacamole, guacamole!” – Mark Guthrie