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[NYC - FiDi] Umami Burger at Brookfield Place Hudson Eats

Umami Burger at Hudson Eats/Brookfield Place is still open for take out and delivery using Seamless (my personal referral code for $5 off). Some items may not be available due to the current circumstances, but I checked the Seamless menu as I am writing this post and most items seem to be available along with some others that weren't on the menu yet when I visited.

Umami Burger fries are ordered and served separately as a side. You get served a paper bag full of fries. We went for the truffle fries, but they have regular thin fries and sweet potato fries, too. If fries aren't your thing, don't worry. You can order tots and onion rings, too.

This is the Umami Classic Burger. It's topped with a crispy Parmesan wafer, shiitake mushrooms, onions, and roasted tomatoes. Umami Burger makes its own sauces in-house and there's a self-serve bar if you dine-in (add it in special requests for your delivery and takeout orders), so this is topped with some Umami ketchup.

This is the Umami Cali Double Burger. I think this is fashioned after a certain West Coast chain of burgers, but don't quote me on that. I'm not from California and haven't been to that burger chain before, but I've seen pictures ๐Ÿ˜‚. Anyway, it has two patties, obviously, grilled onions, American cheese, lettuce, tomato, pickles, miso-mustard (homemade), and umami sauce (homemade).

This is the Umami Truffle Burger. It's super truffle flavored, so definitely go into it knowing that. It's topped with truffle mayo, truffle cheese, and the patty is glazed with a truffle glaze. It's a pretty good burger, but it's definitely backed with a super rich flavor.

Any of the burgers can be customized. You can upgrade to an Impossible Burger or a Wagyu burger. You can also opt to not have the traditional bread bun and go for a lettuce wrap or a gluten-free bun instead.

If meat-based burgers aren't your thing, there are chicken sandwiches, chicken nuggets (and cauliflower nuggets), salads, and the impossible burger.

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