King Yeti burger lands at Burger King Japan

Photos by Buger King Japan
Photos by Buger King Japan

King Yeti burger lands at Burger King Japan

by Shoji Kudaka
Stripes Okinawa

If you think whopper is all you need from Burger King, you may be wrong. BK Japan (that’s right, not the Burger King US) is proud to present its gargantuan “King Yeti Cho One Pound Beef Burger.”

Starting from February 18 through March 3, try this king-size burger with four 100 percent beef patties and six slices of gouda cheese totaling a whopping 499 grams of beef and 1,590 calories. 

The limited-time offer is only while supplies last.

BK Japan claims that this is a kind of hamburger that lets you enjoy the tasty flavor of beef and cheese until the last bite. Given its huge size, it would be a good idea to let the shop slice the hamburger in two. That way, you can enjoy meat juice and cheese from the middle. 

Priced at 1,750 yen (approx. $15.20, tax included), this hamburger can be ordered from 2 p.m. at select stores across the country.

When you saw this news first time, you may have wondered “Why Yeti?” or “Why not Bigfoot?” Whatever the answer will be, however, one thing is for sure; this hamburger’s exceptional size can satisfy your big appetite and boost your energy significantly. Try this humongous hamburger and beat the winter chill like the legendary Himalayan creature!

 

 

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