Kraze Burgers Shop 605, iSquare 63 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui Tel 2898 8804 Grub: Burgers with a Korean twist.Vibe: The restaurant is on the sixth floor of a Tsim Sha Tsui mall. The dining area is fairly open, with a line of red and green balloons marking the boundary. A wall-mounted TV shows videos of people dining set to pop hits. Service is friendly and efficient.Who to take: A group of friends. This is a good place to hang out on weekdays after school when the mall is not too crowded. What's hot: Kraze is a popular, mid-priced burger chain. While most of the burgers stay close to the original blueprint, some have been garnished with homemade sauces and other ingredients that suggest their Korean influence. There are 16 variations of the popular food item. Most are made with beef, but there are also chicken, fish and even tofu options. The biggest is the Mega Bite - two beef patties with cheese, onion, lettuce and tomato on a wholewheat bun. One of their most popular is the Matiz, a beef patty with American cheese, bacon and onions marinated in house barbecue sauce. Topped off with crisp lettuce and tomato and served with pickles, it's easy to see why it's popular. The Vege & Bean burger is totally vegetarian - a slab of tofu with lettuce, tomato, cream cheese and marinated mushrooms on a wholewheat bun, dressed in a bulgogi sauce similar to the marinade used for traditional Korean barbecue. It tastes good but whether it satisfies that burger craving is debatable. Another stand-out feature is that Kraze bakes all its own buns. One of the problems with many burgers is that the bread tends to collapse under the pressure of the large numbers of toppings. Here the buns have a heavier texture - too dry to eat solo, but underneath layers of burger, cheese, sauces and wet ingredients such as tomato, they are just the job. As well as burgers, a small range of sandwiches is available, plus a selection of salads and chilli. Fries are available in two styles, regular crinkle-cut or potato wedges. The crinkle-cut fries can be ordered topped with chilli and cheese and are great for sharing. If you don't fancy the usual Coke, there's a range of smoothies. The banana smoothie was sweet, but tasted more like banana-flavoured candy than fresh banana. What's not: No desserts! Cost: Burgers and sandwiches are HK$60-HK$100. Fries start at HK$28 for regular, HK$38 for wedges. A bowl of chilli with cheese is HK$35. Drinks are HK$20-HK$30, smoothies from HK$35. Allow HK$100 per person.