A restaurant has had to put an obscenely large ‘April Fools’ burger on its menu after demand for the fictional beast went off the chain.
Soul Burger, a vegan burger joint in Sydney, will start selling ‘The Plant-based Disgrace’ to customers from next week, reports then Daily Mail.
The restaurant is Australia’s first wholly plant-based burger restaurant and its new $35 (£18) burger has 16 ingredients, including a syringe each of mustard and ketchup.
To be fair, it does look pretty epic as the enormous tower of ‘plant-based’ meat rests precariously on a coconut thick shake with the syringes jammed in the top.
Soul Burger owner Amit Tewari said the prank started out as a ‘piss take’ on hipster burgers – and a bit of a dig at people that were dismissive of vegan food.
But the response was so crazy – with groups even turning up trying to get an early taste – he decided to add it to the menu.
It comes with three types of plant-based meats, mushrooms, roasted peppers, falafel, salad and cheese – not forgetting the coconut shake.
Close to 200 people have commented on the announcement – and an overwhelming amount seem pretty damn excited.
“This is the greatest thing in existence. I want it now! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!” one person commented. While another wrote: “That looks AMAZE-BALLS! Nom nom nom.”
Tewari says it will be on the menu come Monday:
It’s definitely real. We’ve got people texting saying they’re booking tickets from interstate!
See, even vegans enjoy a massive feed.