Cafe launches a $21 spaghetti bolognese BURGER with garlic bread rolls and a fried mozzarella patty — and it’s a whopping 1,000 calories
- A cafe has unveiled a spaghetti bolognese burger to help people through June
- The burger has spaghetti bolognese, a mozzarella cheese patty and meatballsball
- It also has two regular beef patties with cheese and sandwiches made from garlic bread
A cafe made famous for its outrageous burgers looks set to be “another hit” with a giant spaghetti and meatball creations.
Milky Lane, a burger chain that started in Bondi, Sydney, launched their $21 “Spag Bol and Meatballs Burger” early this month.
The huge 1090-calorie burger has a garlic bread bun, fried cheese patties, and two beef patties.
A cafe made famous for its outrageous burgers seems to be ‘back on track’ with a giant creation full of spaghetti and meatballs
Milky Lane, a burger chain that started in Bondi, Sydney, launched their $21 ‘Spag Bol and Meatballs Burger’ early this month
Balancing on the dripping fried cheese is the spaghetti bolognaise and a mountain of meatballs.
“We’ve dug deep to bring you something hearty, delicious and comforting now that the weather has just cooled down,” the cafe said.
With the promise that the burger will ‘warm your soul and fill your belly’.
The photos of the huge burger’s cafe went viral and more than 5,000 people took the time to comment on the limited-edition creation.
“Nobody: I want three clogged arteries. Milky Lane: Don’t say anything more,” said one person.
“The only time a phone should be allowed at a dinner table, to dial 000, that citizen is having a heart attack waiting to happen,” another added.
“You should take a bath after eating that monster,” said another man.
Others were virtually speechless after being tagged in the post.
“Holy macaroni meatballs,” one woman said.
The huge 1090-calorie burger consists of a garlic bread bun, fried cheese patties and two beef patties
Others revealed that they wanted to try the burger but didn’t know how.
“Looks like it would be messy, I don’t think I could eat that in public,” said one woman.
“I hope this comes with a knife and fork,” added another.
But not everyone was equally happy with the creation.
“Then they’re going to mix them up and ruin a hamburger or pasta,” said one man.
“Is it so wrong what happened to eating a burger?” a woman asked.
Milky Lane has stores in New South Wales, Queensland and the ACT.