Friday, 13 July 2012

A $666 burger from a food truck!

A New York food truck has just launched a burger for $666 called the Douche Burger.

Q&A: The Gourmand Behind New York's $666 'Douche Burger'

The burger is;
foie gras-stuffed Kobe patty covered in Gruyere cheese that’s been melted with champagne steam and topped with lobster, truffles, caviar, and a BBQ sauce made with Kopi Luwak coffee beans that have been pooped out by some sort of animal called the Asian palm civet. The whole thing is then served in a gold-leaf wrapper.

Douche Burger

The good thing here is they have been honest and said it is a marketing ploy and they dont expect anyone to buy it. Read more here.

Give me a Bleecker St. Burger instead please.


  1. The food looks yummy! Food trucks have always served the greatest food. Food trucks represent a mobile, versatile, low cost restaurant. Compared to traditional brick and mortar locations, food truck can travel to their customers or set up in crowded locations to ensure a successful business day. We hired for Company Picnics in Miami. It was so yummy and mouth water. I still remember that taste. Keep eating and sharing. Thanks.