Raffles dishes up the ultimate KING-SIZE BURGER

Skinny man takles the cowboy burger
Skinny man takles the cowboy burger Vireak Mai

Raffles dishes up the ultimate KING-SIZE BURGER

Raffles Hotel Le Royal has taken the McDonald’s concept of “supersize” to a new level with its latest burger offering.

The two kilogramme Cowboy Burger is the equivalent in weight of nine Big Macs.

With its 600 grams of beef, 100 grams of bacon and two fried eggs, the Cowboy Burger, which costs $47.50, is an affront to calorie counters everywhere.

But Wayan Mawa, Raffles’ executive chef, said it’s a treat to be shared among friends. “My idea came from when I was in the US, seeing people eating burgers, burgers and burgers!” said Mawa.

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