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Fukuburger Truck - Las Vegas Nevada


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Fukuburger Truck


Food Truck
Las Vegas, NV
(702) 217-0758
www.fukuburgertruck.com
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Economics: Reasonable price for delectable hand-formed burgers. There were six burgers on the menu in the $5-$6 range. Some other popular menu items included garlic fries ($2), jazz fries ($2), chips ($2), mac salad ($2), Naga hot dog ($6) and rice bowls ($5).

Atmosphere: Fukuburger Truck is one of the most popular food trucks in Las Vegas. It's a late-night crowd pleaser serving delectable Asian inspired burgers into the wee hours of the night. The hip red, black and grey truck with a Japanese design is co-owned by Colin Fukunaga and Robert ''Mags'' Magsalin.

Taste: The Karai Burger “Spicy Burger” was delicious. It came with a signature Fuku-patty with pickled cucumbers, avocado cream, finished with habanero kabyaki. It was simple, unique and delicious.

Service: The service was fast, friendly and energetic. The welcoming and friendly service added to our great experience.

Fuku Burger Food Truck - Las Vegas Nevada
Since June 2010, Fukuburger has been serving Asian inspired burgers on the streets of Las Vegas to the late night crowd into the wee hours of the night. Fukuburger (Fuku) is one of the most popular food trucks in Las Vegas drawing crowds of people and it’s no surprise as to why. The menu is simple (like In-N-Out), the atmosphere is fun, the staff is hip and friendly and the burgers are delicious!

Fuku Burger Food Truck - Las Vegas Nevada
Fukuburger is co-owned by friends Colin Fukunaga and Robert “Mags” Magsalin. Colin and Robert were servers at Tao before they took a calculated risk on entrepreneurship with their Asian-inspired food truck concept. In the end, their risk came with great reward. Fukuburger not only operates a successful food truck in Las Vegas, but in October 2011, they partnered with son of Hard Rock Café founder Peter Morton (and grandson of Morton’s Steakhouse chain founder Arnie Morton) launching a trendy 60 seat brick-and-mortar restaurant (Fuku Burger) in Hollywood with a similar menu as their food truck.

Fuku Burger Food Truck - Las Vegas Nevada
The trucks burger menu selection was simple and straightforward consisting of just six burgers (Fuku “Lucky” Burger, Tamago “Egg” Burger, Buta “Pig” Burger, Kinoko “Mushroom” Burger, Karai “Spicy” Burger). Fukuburger is known for its all-American burgers with a Japanese twist – serving American classics mixed with bold Japanese inspired sauces and toppings such as Wasabi mayo, pickled red ginger and teriyaki.

Fuku Burger Food Truck - Las Vegas Nevada
One of the key factors to Fukuburgers success is their high quality beef and signature marinade. The beef is marinated in Fuku’s signature sauce before it is cooked giving it a moist and uniquely delicious flavor. And the meat is ground fresh daily from their butcher then marinated and hand-formed into patties.

Fuku Burger Food Truck - Las Vegas Nevada
We ordered the Karai Burger (“Spicy” Burger) and it was delicious. The Karai Burger came with a signature Fuku-patty with pickled cucumbers, avocado cream and finished with habanero kabyaki and served on a simple yet delectable hamburger bun.

Fuku Burger Food Truck - Las Vegas Nevada
The burger was juicy, tasty and cooked to perfection. The marinated beef added excellent flavor to the patty. And the habanero kabyaki offered a little bit of heat but it was nicely balanced with the avocado cream and pickled cucumbers.

Fuku Burger Food Truck - Las Vegas Nevada
If you’re in Las Vegas be sure to catch up with Fukuburger Truck. It is super popular and their all-American burgers with a Japanese twist are unique and absolutely delicious!


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