Georgetown's Katsu Burger Has Closed

Nori fries, we hardly knew ye.

By Caroline Ferguson August 12, 2014

Tastes like sadness. Photo via Katsu Burger's Facebook page.

Seattle's burger lovers are experiencing some deep-fried sadness this morning following an announcement from chef/owner Hajime Sato that Katsu Burger has officially closed its doors.

"We have been fortunate to employ some fantastic people, but not as many as needed to maintain a consistent quality of food and service. If we cannot guarantee you a great experience, the honorable thing to do is to step down," read an announcement on the Georgetown restaurant's Facebook page.

Katsu Burger had been open since 2011. Their panko-crusted burgers were served with Japanese-inflected toppings like tonkatsu sauce, wasabi, and miso (with names like Godzilla Attack and Ninja Deluxe, naturally), alongside green tea milkshakes and dorayaki.

Sayonara, Katsu Burger. You will be missed.


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