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First Kitchen releases its biggest ever All-Star Burger topped with fried chicken

By grape Japan

Japan has seen some very large burgers has seen some very large burgers recently, including McDonald's monstrous Giga Big Mac and Burger King's all-you-can-eat Super One Pound Beef Burger challenge.

Now Japanese fast food chain First Kitchen (sometimes called "Fakkin" for short--yes, it's quite the nickname) is adding a massive burger of their own with their new towering FK All-Star Burger.

The FK All-Star Burger, which is now on sale for 980 yen after being featured on "Dekamori Hunter" (a television show that focuses on extra large meals around the country), is First Kitchen's biggest burger in history. It weighs roughly 450 grams and measures 10.5 cm in height. The burger contains two 100 gram beef patties and a hunk of fried chicken slathered in a soy based sauce and topped with two types of cheddar cheese. To top things off, Rishiri konbu dashi has been kneaded into the buns as well.

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© grape Japan

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"(sometimes called "Fakkin" for short--yes, it's quite the nickname)"

Quite...oh really? Why is that?

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I think I'll drop into First Kitchen. Watching people struggle to eat this should be very entertaining.

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Does it come with a side of defibrillator?

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Apparently this thing is Fakkin Huge !

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eat his fakin food and be in first line to get covid!!!!

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I hope it comes with a couple of plates, a fork, a glass of red(?) wine, and nice ambience. Then it will be just like a meal at an upscale eatery minus the fast-food crowd.

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Why are all these burger joints competing to come up with the most horrific gluttony burger? Do they actually think this is "good"?

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My taste buds call it Last Kitchen. I would not accept anything from them even on death row.

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I have been told when it comes to Japanese culture, "Simple is best!" more than once.

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Mmm... looks very tempting but I wonder if it is actually is big in real life. I'll have to try one to find out. They should all have a bigger bun like the Gigabigmac.

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Make burgers wider, not taller.

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I'll probably give it a shot, but I agree a wider burger is better. Taller does look better for pictures.

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