The Most Expensive Burger In Japan Will Set You Back $1,200

We’d almost call ourselves burger aficionados here at Boss Hunting, but we’ve never seen something as insane as the Grand Hyatt Tokyo’s ‘Golden Giant Burger‘. Created in honour of the new Crown Prince Naruhito, the burger from chef Patrick Shimada at the Oak Door Steakhouse (located in the hotel) stands at 25cm wide and 15cm tall and weighs in at a hefty three kilograms. 

The Golden Giant burger is made from a kilogram of prime Wagyu maize-fed beef and includes luxurious fillings such as foie gras and shaved black truffles. It also contains regular ingredients such as cheddar cheese, lettuce and tomatoes and comes with a gold dusted bun.

As you can imagine from something this size, the burger isn’t cheap, setting back those up to the challenge a whopping $1,200. Included in the cost is a small serving of fries and a bottle of wine to wash it all down with. Of course it’s not meant to be eaten solo, with the restaurant recommending between five to seven diners attempt to demolish this incredible creation. 

If eating a burger bigger than your head is something you’re keen on you better be quick, with this limited edition wonder only available from April 1 through to June 30.

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