Think of this as a more sensible version of the Thickburger.
But first, the question that must be asked is whether or not this is even a burger. Is it? I’m not so sure.
As far as unusual fast food chains go, they don't get more unusual than Lotteria. And thus, we have this, a burger mouse.
Today in Japan and today only, fastfood chain Lotteria is bringing back its five-patty Tower Cheese Burger for a mere 500 yen (US$4.66). That's a good deal for all the burger—and cheese—you get.
Because, really, why the hell not? I'd do it in a heartbeat. Bring it on.
In short, it's spaghetti plus a hamburger. A spaghetti burger. What could go wrong?
I hope you've brought your appetite and love of french fries. Because in Japan, a fast food chain is rolling out an all-you-can-eat french fry buffet.
Like Japanese beef? Burger chain Lotteria is rolling out a series of pricey wagyu burgers, costing between $12 to $15 a piece. Yes, this is fast food!
Did I say "bubble gum"? No. I did not. Chewing gum.
Chocolate? I love chocolate. Honey mustard? Ditto. And burgers? Boy, I love burgers. I adore all of these—just not at the same time, thank you.
The idea sounds icky: Dipping french fries in chocolate sauce. But wait a minute! Sweet and salty? Hey, this might work. Or... maybe not.
You know, ten bucks is a lot for a hamburger. Especially from a fast food joint. And especially when it doesn't look so delicious. But what if it tastes good?
You really do. Your heart and your arteries might not, but who cares what they think. Man, we're talking burgers here. Burgers.
Should I get the rib patty? Or the beef patty? Or the fried shrimp patty? What about the cheeseburger? Screw it, you can get them all. At once.
In Japan, fast food chain Lotteria had a special store manager last Friday for one terrifying day only: Sadako from The Ring.
You know how promotional photos for fast food restaurants always look delicious? And then you get the burger, and it looks like a dog's breakfast?
As part of its fortieth anniversary, Japanese burger chain Lotteria is rolling out two burger towers: one is a cheeseburger tower, and the other a fried shrimp burger. Where the hell are the puns, you ask.