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The SIX patty cheeseburger aimed to break your New Years Resolutions

Have you been dreaming of a cheat day? well if you like cheeseburgers then this is certainly one you’ll want to divulge – a SIX patty cheeseburger injected with different cheeses and layered with a big apple hot dog, honey roasted ham, smoked ham, roast turkey, streaky bacon, chilli beef, American Cheese and lettuce.

SIX patty cheeseburger
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Available at The Roadhouse, Covent Garden from 2nd February the whopper celebrates the premier of the new Man V. Food Challenge which has already begun over on Food Network.

Food Network who created the monster burger hailed this as the burger to break all New Year’s resolutions.

Phillip Luff, Managing Director, UK & EMEA, Scripps Networks Interactive said; “Man v. Food is back on our screens with new food challenges and a brand new host. There hasn’t been any official Man v. Food challenges here in the UK as of yet, so we thought it’d be a perfect time to bring the love of bigger and bolder food to life.”

The six burgers, cheese and meats to be included
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What’s a burger without some sides right? With fries, onion rings and a jug of gooey cheese sauce donning the plate this could be one greasy mess.

Available at The Roadhouse restaurant in Covent Garden from 2nd- 16th February between 5:30-8:30pm and must be booked directly via the restaurant by calling 020 7240 6001. For the first 50 people brave enough to rise to the Official Man v. Food challenge, the meal will be free. There will be a maximum of ten challenge spaces available per day, first booked, first served. Thereafter it will be priced at £30 and can be enjoyed free of charge if you can clear your plate within 15 minutes!

Cheeseburger pouring sauce
Image Credit – Food Network UK

Cheeseburger fans can wave goodbye to their New Years resolutions.

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