Trump's cheeseburger is a 'HIT' among Japanese
U.S. President Donald Trump ate a specially-cooked cheeseburger during his visit to Japan and it turns out that the burger has made quite an impression on the minds of the people of Japan.
Seattle: Few days ago U.S. President Donald Trump ate a specially-cooked cheeseburger during his visit to Japan and it turns out that the burger has made quite an impression on the minds of the people of Japan.
Trump started his first official visit to Asia with a stop in Japan and Prime Minister Shinzo Abe treated the president to standard American favorites, including hamburgers and steak. Famous Tokyo chain Munch's Burger Shack chef/owner Yutaka Yanagisawa whipped up a USD 10 Colby Jack and fries for the president.
Since that day, the burger and steak have become quite famous with Japanese people, reports Seattle Times. People have been travelling for long hours to get a taste of the same cheeseburger U.S. President Donald Trump ate.
The president wanted his meal to be perfect, so the order was given in such a way that his meal was not a disaster.
The chef was asked to bring the ingredients and his equipment to prepare the burgers and it was not just the president who was going to eat the meal, but an entourage of 20 people, those had the meal with Trump and Abe.
It is being reported that the restaurant saw a seven percent rise in company share prices following Trump and Abe's visit to the Ginza location. Meanwhile, Yanagisawa's dream is to open a restaurant in New York.
The popular chef believes that more than the taste it is about the feelings you put in for the customer, in every burger. (ANI)