Unhealthiest Fast-Food Burgers Around The World

Unhealthiest Fast-Food Burgers Around the World

It seems like every burger chain is obsessed with cramming as much food between two buns as humanly possible.

Burger King Cheese Fondue, Japan

Regular orange squares of American cheese simply won't cut it in the Land of the Rising Sun. Instead, BK aficionados can dip their burgers, onion rings, and fries directly into a big pot of melty cheese. But be advised that dipping your Whopper comes at a price: adding one cup of fondue will bring your calorie count up to about 782.

Burger King Extra Long Chili Cheese Burger, Germany and Austria

This three-patty sub sandwich is probably meant to be split among friends; however, if you're the type of eater who likes a challenge, go for it! But beware: the jalapeños and fiery chili cheese sauce (not to mention the 808 calories) might make this burger better eaten in small doses.   

Burger King Whopper Poutine, Canada

Maybe it's a stretch calling this a burger, since there's technically no bun, but the Whopper poutine has everything else a good burger needs — beef patty, pickles, onions, mustard, and ketchup — with the addition of cheese curds, gravy, and fries. Oh, and the Whopper poutine packs about 880 calories, in case you were worrying that the lack of bun made it diet food.  

KFC Zinger DoubleDown King, South Korea

There's even more fast food madness going on in this Korean DoubleDown sandwich than its American cousin. Whereas the American DoubleDown only has bacon and cheese sandwiched between two fried chicken patties, the Zinger DoubleDown King adds a beef patty and barbeque sauce to the mix. The "sandwich" is about 750 calories.

McDonalds Mashed Potato Beef Burger, China

What goes better with two beef patties than a couple of strips of bacon? How about a big scoop of mash? At McDonalds in China, mashed potatoes are a condiment on this giant burger. 

McDonalds McGrillschnägg, Switzerland

Can't decide between sausage or a burger? The Swiss can get both. On this burger, pork sausage rests on top of a burger patty, and the whole meaty mess is nestled atop of rösti, the Swiss version of hash browns. 

McDonalds Mega Tamago, Japan

The addition of an egg McMuffin to a Double Big Mac might come as a welcome brunch option for those who can never decide whether to go to Mickey D's at 10:25 or wait for the lunchtime change-out at 10:30. Combining the sandwiches comes at a price though. The triple-duty burger contains well north of 1,000 calories.

Wendy’s Spicy Smackdown, Philippines

Americans love nachos and burgers, so we're kind of wondering why this Tostito- and sriracha-topped burger is limited to the Philippines. But it's probably best that the burger hasn't come stateside yet, as it has around 720 calories.