Looks like the hamburger chain that craziness built wants its gigantic burger throne back.
McDonald’s recently caused a stir in Japan with the release of its Giga Big Mac, an extra-large version of its already extra-large signature burger. But while the idea that you can never have too much of a good thing is a compelling argument, there’s still no getting around the fact that the Giga Big Mac is simply a really convenient way to order and eat roughly three Big Macs in one fell swoop.
Some people, though, desire a burger with not only enough quantity for several meals, but enough variety for several different dishes. So they might want to bypass the Golden Arches and head to the Crimson L of rival hamburger chain Lotteria, which for a limited time is bringing back its Burger with Everything on It (called the “Zenbu Nose Burger” in Japanese).
This isn’t the first time Lotteria has offered this massive sandwich that looks like it’s about to give you a great big hug, but the exact ingredients are a little different from last year’s version, which is pictured above. This iteration of the Burger with Everything on It has four patties: regular hamburger, cheeseburger, fried shrimp, and rib. More hearty deliciousness come from bacon, sliced cheese, and a soft-boiled egg. The towering burger also checks off the food pyramid’s vegetable section with lettuce, cabbage, tomato and onion. Finally, in keeping with the burger’s magnanimously inclusive attitude, the sauce is a mix of teriyaki, regular mayonnaise, spicy mayonnaise, tartar sauce, meat sauce, and ketchup.
The 1,350-yen Burger with Everything on It goes on sale April 28, and will be offered until May 31. That’s a longer period of availability than many limited-time menu items get in Japan, but considering how long it’ll probably take to digest, we recommend hitting up Lotteria as soon as possible in case you feel like going back for another before June.
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