A Sydney cafe is flipping out after cooking a hamburger believed to be the worlds biggest.
The Ambrosia on the Spot cafe in Randwick began creating the giant patty at 9:45 p.m. on June 5. Four men were needed to flip the bulging burger, which at 90 kilograms, weighed in at more than the average human.
Cafe owners Joe and Iman El-Ajouz said: “Just flipping the patty was the main challenge for us, but it all went well.”
The giant burger contained the giant beef patty, 120 eggs, 150 slices of cheese, 1.5 kg of beetroot, 2.5 kg of tomatoes and almost 2 kg of lettuce all topped off with a special sauce on a giant sesame seed bun. It was eaten by employees at the cafe, along with supporters such as a bread supplier and a butcher.
More than $2,500 was raised for the Sydney Children’s Hospital in the world record attempt. The cafe owners are now awaiting official confirmation from Guinness World Records.