Country pub serves the world’s largest Sunday roast weighing four pounds, containing two pints of gravy and containing 30,000 calories
- Cattlemans Steakhouse in Paignton, Devon, made the meal completed by just one customer
- It consists of a 20oz steak, 12oz gammon, chicken breast, 12oz roast potatoes and four Yorkshire puddings
A pub sells the world’s largest Sunday Roast that weighs four pounds and contains a whopping 30,000 calories.
Known for their great food challenges, Cattlemans Steakhouse, in Paignton, Devon, created the gut-wrenching meal completed to date by only one brave customer Max Stanford.
The Holy Roast Challenge consists of a 20 oz steak, 30 oz gammon, a chicken breast, 30 oz roast potatoes and four Yorkshire puddings.
The gigantic feat also includes a large portion of filling, six portions of vegetables, eight cocktail sausages and a baguette.
To top it off, the caloric meal comes with two liters of gravy. The whole roast weighs just over four pounds – the same as a MacBook Pro 14.
Cattlemans Steakhouse, in Paignton, Devon, created the gut-wrenching grub completed to date by just one brave customer – Max Stanford (pictured)
The Holy Roast Challenge consists of a 20 oz steak, 30 oz gammon, a chicken breast, 30 oz roast potatoes and four Yorkshire puddings, a large portion of stuffing, six portions of vegetables, eight cocktail sausages and a baguette
Manager Aaron King said: ‘We serve Sunday Roasts and we thought about how to make it a food challenge.
“We already have burger and steak challenges, so we wanted to try something different.
‘It’s quite an achievement. Only two people have tried and one of them managed to complete it. It is estimated to contain 30,000 calories.
‘It’s the biggest Sunday Roast in the UK. I’ve never seen one this big.’
Photos of the monster meal next to Max Stanford, who ate the colossal lunch, show that the loaded plate appears to be the same size as his torso.
The large spread is topped with various meats, potatoes, cauliflower, broccoli, parsnips and carrots.
Punters are also given a large bucket of gravy to drown the roast in.
The fattening food costs £48, but if a punter manages to polish it off, they get it for free.
To top it off, the meal, which weighs just over four pounds, comes with two pints of gravy
The meal costs a whopping £48, but if a punter manages to polish it off, they get it for free
Mr King added: ‘Sometimes people can’t finish it so they take it home. It’s enough food for a week, there’s no wastage.
“We serve really good quality food. You don’t just get a standard roast. The challenger who completed it, Max Stanford, aka Max vs Food, said it was the best steak he’d ever had.”
Mr King claimed that food enthusiasts from all over the world have visited the restaurant to meet the challenges.
He added: “We had a team of people who came from China to try our challenges and America. Food lovers come from all over the country.’