Okay, This Japanese Fast Food Chain Has Gone Mad

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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.

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Behold the "With Everything Burger" ("zenbu nose baagaa" or 全部のせバーガー). Priced at 1,130 yen (US$11), it comes with lettuce, cabbage, egg, a slice of cheese, a cheeseburger, a rib patty, a fried shrimp patty, and a beef patty. Oh, it also has pickles and various sauces, like ketchup, mayo, and teriyaki sauce.

Here's what the burger looks like in real life, apparently, and that is utter madness:

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Illustration for article titled Okay, This Japanese Fast Food Chain Has Gone Mad

This is the latest offering from Lotteria, the Japanese fast food chain that not only serves up big burgers, but also nightmares and heart attacks.

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もしかしてだけど〜 [@mosi_janaino]

ロッテリアの『全部のせバーガー』を食べてみた / 予想に反してウマすぎる件! [ロケットニュース]

Photos: 食べログ, ロケットニュース

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romancruz
Roman Cruz

The local KFC used to offer a Double Down stuffed with a hash brown, and the whole thing put between a couple of buns.

I prefer my DIY version, though. It's like a McGangBang, except it used a Double Down, a Zinger, and a good portion of mashed potatoes and gravy. I called it the Mega Ultra Chicken: