In an era of Big Boy and Katsu burgers, the two have gone to war.
They’re both great burgers, but the Katsu has the edge on taste.
Katsu Burger has an extra layer of seasoning on top of its toppings, making it slightly sweet, and it also has a slight, but noticeable, taste of beef on it.
It also has extra fat that helps it hold up to heat, but it’s also a bit thicker than a Big Boy burger.
This extra layer means the burger can sit for longer on a hot grill or over medium-high heat, which means it’s perfect for a cold-weather day.
But when it comes to flavor, Big Boy burgers are more complex, and the K-Boys have more beefy, meaty flavors than Katsu.
Big Boy burgers, by contrast, tend to have a slightly sweeter, meatier flavor.
It’s important to note that Katsu’s Katsu-style burger comes with a cheese-based sauce, but we don’t think this is a problem.
One of the things that makes the Kato Burger so special is its thin, crispy crust.
It’s a bit like a burger without a patty, and this gives it a nice crunchy, chewy crust.
The other thing that makes it great is that it’s made with meat that’s cooked in a slow-cooked process.
This allows the burger to sit longer and the meat to caramelize in the grill.
If you’re looking for a quick, easy, and delicious burger, you won’t find a better choice.
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