This Crazy Japanese Burger Goes Inside Out With Cheese on the Outside

first_imgStay on target J.S. Burger Cafe in Shinjuku, Tokyo is known for its decadent food items, and a favorite has made a return to the menu. The Super Cheese Burger flips the script when it comes to traditional burger construction, putting emphasis on overloading the system with a cheese meltdown.The Super Cheese Burger uses two kinds of cheese: Camembert, a Norman cheese that is comparable to a stronger brie, and the classic champion of cheeses, cheddar. If they’re using two kinds of cheeses, though, wouldn’t they mix when melted? That’s not a problem with this burger due to its unique construction.To keep the distinct flavors of the camembert and cheddar, the Super Cheese Burger doesn’t follow standard burger conventions. Instead of bread of the top and bottom of the sandwich, two delicious hunks of camembert hold the monstrosity together. And I say monstrosity because it’s absolutely a monstrosity. Just look at that thing.via burger isn’t without bread though. At the core of the sandwich is a delicious toasted bun. There’s also delicious beef patties, onions (which I could do without), and red lettuce (meh). The burger also comes with a side of maple syrup, which would probably contrast well with the creaminess of the Camembert.Surprisingly this burger is very affordable. It goes for ¥1,380 ($12.50), but you have to be on your toes if you want to get your hands on it. This burger is around for a limited time only, so make sure you pick one up if you’re in the area. You probably won’t see anything like it at any fast food chains here, and if you do it probably won’t be nearly as tasty. Just look at those cheese combinations! Amazing. You could try making one at home, but it’s probably best to try it straight from the source.Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey. Launchpad Blaze Postpones JAXA’s Cargo Ship Launch to ISSJapan’s Hayabusa-2 Probe Packs Up Space Rock Cargo From Asteroid Ryugu last_img read more