Cafe launches a giant $ 130 DONUT hamburger – complete with meat patties, bacon and cheese sauce salad dressing
- The Double Smash Donut Burger will appear once this week
- It is a culinary achievement consisting of two of Australia & # 39; s largest broken meat patties
- The donut burger also comes with bacon, fries and a portion of cheese sauce
- The combination has been described as the perfect mix of savory and sweet
A customized donut outlet and an elegant eatery in Melbourne have come together to create an epic & # 39; Double Smash Donut Burger & # 39; to create – a creation that comes with two of Australia's largest broken hamburger patties.
In addition to the two huge pasties, sandwiched between pink ice cream donut sandwiches, comes the incredible indulgence with layers of bacon, diamond-cut fries and a generous portion of mac and cheese.
The hamburger, designed to be enjoyed by six and priced at $ 130, is then smothered with lugging cheese and barbecue sauce.
The & # 39; Double Smash Donut Burger & # 39; (photo) comes with two of Australia's largest broken hamburger patties
In addition to the giant meat pies, the burger comes with bacon, fries, macaroni and cheese and is topped with cheese sauce
The mountainous burger, described as the perfect combination of savory and sweet, is also combined with a delicious cocktail.
It is a drink specially made by the eatery to complement the flavors of the donut and at the same time to clean the palate.
The matching cocktail is Forbidden Fruit – a drink with elderflower liqueur, kumquat liqueur, grapefruit, apple, lemon, sparkling wine and lemonade.
In addition to the burger, diners can also enjoy a specially created cocktail designed to complement the tastes of the burger
The hamburger is also available as a portion for $ 30 per person
Although the enormous creation is ideal for a group of six, a smaller version is also on offer.
This hamburger, priced at $ 30, has the same elements as its larger counterpart.
The smaller selection also comes with the cocktail, except that this is included in the price.
At this stage there are no available bookings for the larger hamburger, but the smaller size is still offered to enthusiastic diners.
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