The Monsta Burger at M One restaurant in Dubai.
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A restaurant in Barsha Heights is serving what is thought to be Dubai’s biggest burger: a 10kg monster burger.
According to M One restaurant at Millennium Place Barsha Heights, their Monsta Burger is the “ultimate foodie adventure” that must be booked 48 hours in advance.
The epic burger feast is available every day from 12pm to 10pm for Dh799. The burger comes with a side of 1kg of fries and drinks for four.
Foodies can also try the Jr. Monsta Burger, a 5-kilogram delight with fries and drinks, for Dh499. The meal is free for those who can finish the burger with a friend.
The Monsta Burger is made with angus beef marinated in spices, aged yellow cheddar cheese, signature caramelized onion spread, and seasoned fries with creamy dips and refreshing drinks.
“We’re thrilled to relaunch the Monsta Burger experience,” commented Glenn Nobbs, the General Manager of Millennium Place Barsha Heights. “Dubai is known to have the biggest & the best… we have the World’s Tallest Tower, the Largest Man-made Marina, so why not one of the biggest burgers for the biggest appetites in town? And
“They’re not just burgers; they are a delicious feast to enjoy with friends and a challenge all at once. Foodies all over the UAE will get a thrill from the experience and enjoy the incredible flavours. Plus, it’s free if you complete the challenge, which would be an amazing feat,” said Glenn Nobbs, General Manager of Millennium Place Barsha Heights.
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