…There is a new World’s Largest Cheeseburger?

Giant Cheeseburger

There’s a new king of the giant cheeseburger world, and it’s name is Big Bob’s Texas Belt Buster. Featured as a regular menu item at Bob’s BBQ & Grill in Pattaya, Thailand, the Belt Buster was created in celebration of the King of Thailand’s 60th year on the throne, but will now be available to anyone willing to drop $400 on a burger that must be ordered 12 hours in advance. It weighs in at 78.5 pounds, demolishing the previously held record of 50 pounds by Denny’s Beer Barrel Pub in Pennsylvania. Measuring 23.5 inches in diameter and 13.75 inches in height, it’s sure not something you’ll be holding between your two very hungry hands. In fact, you’re definitely going to need a group to finish off this behemoth. The bun is made in Bob’s in house bakery, and the 55.12 pounds of Bob’s top quality beef is cooked 6.5 hours until it slims down to a mere 45 pounds. Then the toppings are added:

  • 2 large heads of lettuce
  • 15 tomatoes
  • 4 large onions
  • 35 slices of cheese
  • 1.5 cups mustard
  • 1 cup ketchup
  • 4 whole pickles
  • 4 whole jalapenos

After certification by the Guinness Book of World Records, it will officially be listed as “The World’s Largest Commercially Available Hamburger”, and I think the title is well deserved. It can’t be long before we see a triple digit burger, and only then will it be worthy of Kobayashi’s freakish stomach.

[World’s Biggest Cheeseburger]

[Via: Spluch]

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