World’s Biggest Burger Weighs in at 185 Pounds

Posted By Ben Goulding, 17 September, 2009 | permalink

Biggest Burger

The world’s biggest burger has been unveiled, which weighs in at 185 pounds.

Whilst the bun, which takes 8 hours to make, is being prepared, the burger is baked for 15 hours before it is topped with cheese, lettuce and tomato and wheeled out into the restaurant on a trolley.

Mallie’s Sports Grill and Bar in Southgate, Michigan, USA, are selling the enormous meal for $499.

Restaurant owner Steve Mallie said: ”Being in the Guinness World Records book is the greatest accomplishment we’ve ever done.

”I’ve worked my entire life to build this restaurant and being able to have the notoriety of Guinness makes it just that bit more rewarding.”

Now it’s just a question of who’s going to eat it, and pay $499 for the privilege? And we wonder why we are one of the most obese nations on earth. I’ve got to say though, it does look good, doesn’t it? Any takers?


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Asswass September 18, 2009

Are those real onions and tomatoes? They look hugeee. It would be awesome to see how they grilled that burger.

matt - Zero 2 Hero September 18, 2009

om nom nom nom

Ben Goulding September 22, 2009

Yeh, it’s all real. 15 hours, in what must have been a beast of an oven. I’d like to see it too.

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