Suji’s has just celebrated its fourth anniversary in Tokyo—not bad after humble beginnings six years back at a basement shop in Itaewon, South Korea. Since then, seven more restaurants and delis in Korea and Japan have been launched. And underpinning them all is the philosophy of simplicity—authentic food, genuine relationships and comfortable surroundings—which you can try for yourself just a short walk away from Azabu-Juban station. Suji’s aims to offer a place to call your own, filled with home’s simple pleasures. Operating restaurants, deli shops and branded retail products, Suji’s is now manufacturing authentic deli meats such as pastrami and smoked turkey, with products available in Costco Korea. The plan is to bring these tasty deli meats to Japanese stores before long. You would be hard pushed to find a burger like Suji’s Handmade Turkey Burger (¥1,500 with coleslaw & fries) anywhere in Asia. Each of these lovely specimens are freshly ground on the premises and seasoned to perfection. You can choose BBQ or Teriyaki sauce plus other toppings from the custom burger menu. If you can’t decide whether to go for turkey or beef, why not make a move for Suji’s new sliders (¥500 each with fries, minimum two sliders)—mini-burgers of beef and turkey which could solve your indecision and help you get the best of both worlds.