Burger King Thailand is offering a cheeseburger that barely passes as a burger but definitely passes as cheese.
It’s officially on Thailand’s Burger King menu, and before you say it must be a joke, it ain't.
"Not for fun," they wrote in the caption. "This is for real!"
I don’t speak or read Thai, so I’m going off Google Translate for all these responses, but the Facebook commenters reckon it's mean.
“I like it very much,” wrote one person. “Very satisfied. I am your target group”.
“So much cheese,” said another. “Only cheese. Cheese lovers will be satisfied.”
“I ate it,” a third added. “Of course, the doctor will follow.”
CNN was on the ground at a Bangkok McDonald’s that offers the ‘Real Cheeseburger’, as it’s called, and customers they interviewed thought, shockingly, that it was a bit too much cheese.
“I could only finish half of it,” said one self-confessed cheese lover. “This is an insane amount of cheese added into one burger. Food is good when things are at the right combination.”
“Other burgers are already good. I think I will go back to my double cheese Angus as usual.”
“It’s too intense,” another customer told the publication. “I may not try it again. I like a few slices of cheese in my burger but not this much. This was a bit too much.”
New Zealand Burger King doesn’t have the item on their official menu, but you can probably just be sneaky and order a custom burger with just twenty slices of cheese in between the buns.