Calling all burger lovers! Cancel your Friday plans because we have a burger challenge like no other. Victoria Park’s Ka'ribbean Corner is dishing up the world’s largest Masoko burger weighing in at a mammoth 3.5kg! Named after a village in the Solomon Islands, their homemade Masoko bun is jam packed with a 1.2kg premium beef pattie, grilled cheese, fresh salad, crispy slaw, peanut sauce, loads of mayo plus bulk chips on the side (because no burger is complete without chips right?)
Conquer the beast in under 40 minutes and you get it for free plus another meal on the house for you and a friend when you have recovered from your food coma. At $49 it doesn’t come cheap if you don’t finish in the 40 minutes, but considering you won’t need to eat for the rest of the weekend we think it’s a pretty sensible move.
Can’t muscle the big burger? No worries, the regular sized Masokos are only $10 and stuffed with your choice of jerk chicken, crispy fish, peanut beef or eggplant and sweet potato. If you’re more into wings than burgers, pop in on a Wednesday night for 80-cent wings (yes, $80 will get you and your mates 100 wings!)
We have a feeling this Caribbean fusion restaurant might just be your new hangout.
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Image credit: Ka'ribbean Corner