'Cheesebomb' Burger Comes With An Entire Mug Of Melted Cheese To Drown Burger

March 7, 2017

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This is a video of the Cheesebomb burger available from Maxwell's Bar And Grill In London. For £14 (~$17) you get a six ounce burger, fries, and an eight-ounce mug of melted cheddar (which, if it actually is melted cheddar, is more than 1,000 calories alone) that I could easy finish in one disgusting, cringeworthy chugging. Alternatively, use the mug to cheers giving up on life. *raising two cheesy mugs* I've lived too long!

Keep going for a video of a burger being drowned in melted cheese.

Thanks to Kristen, who informed me she just lives vicariously through these videos because she's still too young to die.

  • Jenness

    This doesn't even look like it would taste good.

    If I'm going to clutch my heart and die from eating something - it better be worth it. By worth it I mean contain brown sugar & truffle glazed foie gras and maple black pepper bacon on a med-rare unicorn steak that has a butter glaze. And saffron something. And wine - vats of red wine.

  • Munihausen

    It's not so much about addressing health care costs as it is figuring out which politically-dispensable group can be squeezed to pay for the obesity and poor decision-making of a politically-indispensable one.

  • Anton Kovalenko

    I would presume it's not cheese, but just substitute of it

  • Kaizer Chief

    They don't eat too much fake "cheese substitute" in Europe.

  • GeneralDisorder

    Normal cheese doesn't flow like that at human-safe temps.

  • Frédéric Purenne

    How to scrap a good burger in a single step.

  • GeneralDisorder

    It's just like a buiscuit and gravy kind of thing but replace gravy with gross cheese byproduct.

  • Frédéric Purenne

    I just googled "Biscuit and gravy" and that looks only a teensy bit less gross than that burger IMO.

  • GeneralDisorder

    You've never eaten a chicken and biscuit sort of meal? They used to serve it at least once a month at school. It was one of my personal favorites at a couple restaurants that had frequent gravy related specials.

    Then again, I haven't a clue what part of the world you live in or grew up in. Maybe they don't do that outside of places with strong Appalachian hillbilly influence.

  • Frédéric Purenne

    Okay, I've added chicken in the search and it was NOT the result I got at first, that looks like a regular meal, the kind that if made by grandma becomes heavenly.

    EDIT : Which brings me back to the topic at hand. How do you compare biscuit and gravy with... THAT? *points to gruesome burger*

  • GeneralDisorder

    Well, they're not comparable but it's made of the same thought process. Let's take this one food that's good and lump it in with some other food that's sort of food-like in appearance.

  • JimmyJam

    Needs a tube to stab into the middle of the burger and extract out the core, give that cheese some room to breath on the inside.

  • Bling Nye

    Or, y'know, just dip your burger into a saucer of melted cheese ala Au Jus.

    Fuckin' amateurs.

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