Lotteria raises the roof with 4 layer noodle patty ramen burger

We believe that some people were quite intrigued by the release of Japanese burger chain Lotteria's "Tsukemen" ramen burger that we reported on recently, but many others must have felt sick just by looking at the photos in the article.

Please click here to read our previous coverage about Lotteria's "Tsukemen" ramen burger.

For those who are interested in trying the carb bomb, we want to let you know that Lotteria today just started offering a Mega-sized version of the ramen burger for a short time. According to them, they have received a lot of requests about extra patties and wanted to respond to these requests.

So, this spacial version has 4 noodle patties, topping 400g between the buns. The price is 800 yen.

How would you finish it?


 

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