French Restaurant Serving 21-Ounce Burger

They're breaking their rule of tiny portions for 'La Zlatan'

A restaurant in the suburbs of Paris has launched a 21-ounce burger.

A quarter-pounder is puny compared to this; the Guardian reports that a French restaurant has created a new burger called "Le Zlatan" after Zlatan Ibrahimovic, the Paris Saint-Germain striker, and the burger itself weights more than a pound.

According to the Guardian, Doddy's Café in a suburb of Paris launched Le Zlatan, featuring 600 grams (or some 21.16 ounces) of minced beef, onions, bacon, and three types of cheese (Cheddar, Emmental, and Auvergne blue). "Even Chuck Norris couldn't fit it in his mouth," the menu says (any Chuck Norris joke is good in our book).


The burger is some $40.78, with the manager saying that only seven people have managed to finish it. "It truly has the strength and power of Zlatan Ibrahimovic," the manager's assistant told the Guardian. At least it's a better burger to have named after you than the Matt Schaub "special" down in Houston, where you can pick six toppings "and pay dearly for it."