Say “aloha” to this 1.8 kilo (4 lb) bad boy.

Teddy’s Bigger Burgers, which just opened its second location in Yokohama in April, is now rolling out a “huge” addition to its menu: the “Giga Monster Burger”.


The restaurant, which was founded by in 1998 in Hawaii by friends Ted and Rich, serves up order-made, cookout-style burgers based on the diner model of the 1950s. The chain currently has over 20 locations within the U.S. and abroad, with the new Yokohama restaurant making three in Japan.

Visitors to any of these locations can now take a mouthful out of five of Teddy’s favorties at once with the “Giga Monster Burger”, which combines their Classic, Original, Western, Avocado, and C.C. Rider burgers into a giant, towering monster that should please even the pickiest burger afficianado, weighing in at 1.8 kilograms (four pounds).

Try to finish it in one sitting if you dare, or split the fun (and the 6,800 yen/US$64 bill) with friends. Many have already fallen in love with it at first bite (including us!), and after you get a load of our taste test or try it for yourself, you’ll understand why the chain has been voted number one in Hawaii for 15 years straight.

Source: NariNari.com
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