Burger King Japan will reportedly open an all-you-can-eat burger buffet later this month, according to MSN. Fanatics of the restaurant chain should invest in a pair of loose eating pants beforehand.
However, like most fast food promotions, this deal is a little complicated. In order to qualify for the aforementioned burger buffet, customers must purchase a particular meal on a specific date. Once the individual has turned in their wrappers, they quality for 30 minutes of self-indulgent bliss.
According to Serious Eats, burger aficionados must purchase a large Kuro burger meal if they wish to participate in the buffet from November 17 to 21. If these dates prove to be inconvenient, then individuals must buy one of four Whopper meals from November 22 to 30.
Once you’ve consumed the purchased meal and have returned the scraps to the counter, you can then enjoy all of the Whoppers, fries, onion rings, or medium drinks you can stuff into your gaping maw for a total of 30 minutes.
The Burger King all-you-can-eat buffet is designed to celebrate the company’s five year anniversary in Japan. To give back to the people who have made the fast food chain a success, the company intends to feed them until they pop.
Given that the average Whopper sandwich is roughly 670 calories, people could find themselves stuffed to overflowing with fast food goodness. All it would require is just four burgers to push the average consumer over the 2,000 calorie per day limit. In other words, prospective gorgers should approach the deal with caution.
Of course, counting calories takes every ounce of fun out of a burger buffet. After all, it’s not everyday that a person can say they’ve consumed as many sandwiches as they could withstand in the span of 30 minutes.
What do you think about Burger King’s Japan all-you-can-eat burger buffet? Would you participate in the limited time offer if it was available in your neck of the woods?