Japanese Fast Food Restaurant Sticks Two Steaks Between Buns

Japanese Fast Food Restaurant Sticks Two Steaks Between Buns
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Lotteria, the most ridiculous fast food chain in Japan, is releasing a striking steak burger later this month.

[Image: Asahi News]

Dubbed the Sticking-Out Steak Burger, the sandwich is stuffed with 100g Angus beef steaks from the USA. The meat is a shoulder roast, so it’s reportedly soft. If one steak isn’t enough, Asahi News reports that there is also a double version.

The steak burgers go on sale November 24 and will be available for six days only. The single steak burger is ¥JPY1200 ($14), while the double is ¥JPY1900 ($22).

I’m not sure how to eat this. With a fork and knife?


  • Lol. That’s nothing really to report on. Ladies and Gentlemen – The Grosvenor Steak Steak Sandwich.

    “The Grosvenor classic, ‘Teys Gold’ scotch fillet cooked m/r with lettuce, tomato, red onion, Colby cheese, kasaundi and aioli in toasted Turkish bread, served with fries.”

    Comes out, usually thick cut Scotch Fillet x2. No room for fries.

  • Not sure how to eat this? It’s like you’ve never had a steak sandwich at any Aussie event where a BBQ is involved.

  • I hope the steak is cooked well enough. I hate getting a steak burger where the meat is too tough to take a bite out of or chew.

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