Tsunami, a burger joint in Japan’s Kanagawa Prefecture, has launched a burger inspired by President-elect Joe Biden and his home state of Pennsylvania.
According to Fox News, Tsunami had previously launched the “Obama Burger,” the “Trump Burger,” the “GW Burger” (George Washington), and the “Double R Burger” (Ronald Reagan). All these burgers are still on the menu.
Shigeru Iida, the restaurant’s chef and owner, developed the Biden Burger recipe with his wife. Kyodo News reported that “Iida is adamant he will continue to sell the burger, priced at 1,980 yen ($19), regardless of the ultimate outcome of the U.S. presidential election.”
The burger uses iconic foods from Biden's home state – a patty covered with fried onions and mushrooms in melted cheese, topped with coleslaw and potato chips.
“I have confidence (in this burger), which combines famous ingredients from both Yokosuka and Mr. Biden's hometown. I hope many people will taste it,” Iida said.
Tsunami’s Trump Burger is topped with bacon, peanut butter, “sloppy joe sauce,” and a fried egg. The Obama Burger has bacon, fried onion rings, and gorgonzola cheese. The Double R Burger has more than one patty, bacon, and melted cheese; and the GW Burger has bacon, a fried egg, and cheese.
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