Fed up with Japanese-sized fast food portions? Tired of ordering a large and getting something that might fit in a happy meal in a North American store? Lotteria’s got a fall special that is sure to make any burger enthusiast’s day. Back by popular demand are the Lotteria’s Super Cheeseday and Super Fryday sandwich deals.
Starting Sept 23 and lasting until Oct 9, you can find towering patty-stacked burgers on the Lotteria menu. The Zeppin Cheeseburger (English: Superb Cheeseburger) is stuffed with five separate patties with slices of cheese. Modestly priced at 1,360 yen, this is a protein feast that most Japanese people wouldn’t be able to eat in a month. The Ebi (Shrimp) Tree Burger is a nice seafood option for hungry patrons that want a little more surf than turf. It’s slightly cheaper at 770 yen for five fried cakes of shrimp.
What’s that you say? Too expensive for a fast food hamburger? Well, fret not. As an extra helping of meaty money-saving, Tuesdays and Fridays have 500 yen specials.
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