Mark Hamill needs to stop by Not A Burger Stand as soon as possible.
The Tokyo Station Gundam Cafe is becoming McDaniel Hamburgers Gundam Cafe and it’s Gundam burgers for everyone.
Named after the restaurant in Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam, McDaniel will open in Tokyo on November 19.
Currently on the menu: a Sleggar Burger, which is their basic hamburger, Gundam burger with Gouda cheese, a Char Zaku burger with special tomato sauce, olive and capers, or a Zaku II burger with avocado, steak sauce and woven trio of special wasabi soy sauces.
Head after the break to see more pictures.
Japanese fast food chain Lotteria is known for its monstrous burgers and huge tubs of fries, and now they’ve turned their creations into equally ridiculous 5-patty cheeseburger and shrimp burger USB sticks. They’re 18.5cm tall and have 4 GB of memory, but you can’t actually buy them. Instead, Lotteria is giving them away to two followers on Twitter in order to commemorate the 7th anniversary of their “zeppin” (superior) line of burgers.
Hong Kong McDonald’s latest burger creation, dubbed the Batman Double Diner Beef Burger, has cool Batman-themed packaging and marketing, but that’s pretty much it. The food itself isn’t even black. I mean, come on.
Redditor jc1593 (who’s been documenting the protests in Hong Kong too) snapped a few pics of the Batman meal, and it features a burger with two patties, a fried egg, onions and sauce, as well as some fries with “squeezy cheese.” Eww. The burger is the first of the chain’s Justice League series of burgers, but we’re not quite sure what they’ll end up doing for Superman or Wonder Woman. Oh! Maybe the latter one will be invisible?
Check out another pic and a commercial after the break…
For example, it says “I like games and fast food. I also make questionable fashion choices.”
Check out some more pics of the hoodie after the break…
Fatburger is hopping aboard the gluten-free train with the “protein-style burger.” This KFC DoubleDown-esque creation features lettuce, pickles, relish, onion and mustard that’s all stuffed between two lean burger patties–no buns required! The new burger debuted at the chain’s Beverly Hills location this week but you can expect to see it hit Fatburger menus nationwide shortly starting at $4.50.
I’m sorry. I’m so, so sorry. But it looks like your burger is burning. I better get to flipping it with this nifty Doctor Who spatula, which is made from silicone and features a metal handle that’s 11 inches long. It’s even better than the sonic.
But wait. You’re probably saying to yourself, “I’m not eating a burger right now. I’m not at a barbecue. And that spatula isn’t available until October 2014. How are you doing this? What are you?”
Well… I’m a Time Lord? You’re welcome.
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