The Roadhouse in London is offered a 3kg 6 patty cheeseburger …

A London grill is offered a 3kg 6 patty cheeseburger
Doesn’t demeanour so large from this angle, does it…? (Picture: Man V. Food, Food Network)

Ever finish a burger and think, ‘I could eat another of those’?

It’s not a ideal feeling is it? But then, conjunction is feeling so full we consider your heart’s about to stop – that is a feeling you’ll really knowledge if we take on this chaotic 3kg burger food challenge.

The impossibly complicated burger consists of 6 patties, any injected with a opposite cheese.

Some of a cheeses that have been syringed into a patties include Stilton, Monterey Jack, Red Leicester and jalapeno cheddar.

Layered between a patties, you’ll find even some-more beef – there’s a prohibited dog sausage, honey-roasted ham, smoked ham, fry turkey, streaky bacon and chilli beef.

Not forgetful American cheese and some token lettuce, all sandwiched (carefully) between a soft, brioche bun.

She won’t be smiling in 15 mins (Picture: Man V. Food, Food Network)

If you’re now thinking, ‘Yeah, we reckon we could conduct that’ afterwards we should substantially let we know that you’ll also have to taste your approach by a raise of fries and onion rings, as good as a pint – a whole bloody pint – of cheese salsa to flow all over a plate.

We’ve never ever poured cheese salsa on a burger though fine sure. We theory it’s to assistance all that beef slip down.

The burger has been combined to applaud a launch of Food Network’s latest Man v. Food series, and it’s a UK’s initial ever central Man v. Food challenge.

If we wish to get your chops around this beast, we can find it at The Roadhouse grill in London’s Covent Garden from 2 Feb to 16 February, between 5.30pm – 8.30pm.

You have to book forward by job 020 7240 6001, and there are a limit of 10 spots a day.

The initial 50 people to take a plea get it free, and successive diners compensate £30, or giveaway if we can finish it in 15 mins (!).

We contend take your time and suffer it, since £30 is flattering inexpensive for that volume of food.

There’s a limit of 10 places a day to do this challenge

We like to call this ‘raw, deconstructed’ (Picture: Man V. Food, Food Network)

Now, we’d never listened of cheese-injected burgers before currently though afterwards we schooled of a burger bar that has a cheese injection station so is this going to turn a unchanging thing?

Is McDonalds going to start injecting the Big Macs with cheese?

Will we find bleeding vegan burgers oozing with syringed fiery Violife during Mildreds?

Watch this space.

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