Cheeseburgers aren’t usually encased in actual wheels of cheese. And yet, the unthinkable, nay, the unspeakable has happened.
Japanese burger chain Dom Dom is where you’ll find such an ungodly frankenburg, dubbed quite literally the “Whole Camembert Burger,”
Spied by Kotaku, the limited edition burger, substitutes a bun for two wheels of camembert. But it’s still a burger, so sports two beef patties, tomato, onion, honey sauce, black pepper, and yep, your regular slice of melted cheese (like you could leave it out, even in this instance).
The camemburger will set you back ¥980 ($8.83), and will be available until Aug. 31, so you’d better start scoping out cheap flights.
Twitter user @asobikikaku described the concoction as “the ultimate cheeseburger” and that it has a sweet and sour taste.
Another Twitter reviewer @taachinkun called the burger “delicious” and “worth going” for.
Apparently the camembert “bun” is served cold, according to a couple of Twitter posts.
Importantly, the burgers aren’t available at all Dom Dom stores. According to the company’s website, Dom Dom stores not selling the burgers are Kuwana FC, Hainan FC, Tsunogawa FC, Fuchu FC, Yamakyo building, Kojima, Mobara Asumo, Okanan, and Ogaojima.
Look, if you want to stuff two whole wheels of camembert encasing two beef patties into your face as if it’s a legitimate sandwich, that’s your business.
Just, take care of yourself.