Get yer laughing tackle round this!
Contrary to parental advice it is now possible to play with your food and eat it.
The Down-N-Out restaurant in Sydney Australia launched a range of burgers yesterday based on Pokémon characters.
The limited edition “Pokéburg” comes in three day-glo flavors—Pikachu, Bulbasaur, and Charmander.
Described as being “too adorable to eat” the Pikachu Pokéburg is a sumptuous feast of processed former cow smothered in cheese and relish served in a bun with “tiger chips” for ears.
The Bulbasaur is the healthier option consisting of burger, lettuce, pickle, avocado, broccoli, relish and onion. While the Charmander is a apparently an orange-colored “volcanic” cheeseburger concoction. (That one was gonna be called the “Trumpburg” apparently, but #peopleweresaying that it might put some off their food.)
Hungry gamers(?) queue to chew the face off Pikachu.
When the Pikachu, Bulbasaur, and Charmander Pokéburgs went on sale for the first time yesterday, they sold out within one hour of the restaurant opening.
The Pokéburg is limited to one burger per customer. At present it is only available to eat in. So no Pokéburg go.
More after the jump…