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Killa Burger Grill

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by Samantha Singer (subscribe)
A marketing coordinator that enjoys reviewing in her spare time. Living in the Eastern Suburbs of Sydney - on the brink of something fabulous!
Published August 14th 2011
With a group of friends mostly made up of boys who like to eat copious amounts, I'm constantly on the hunt for all-you-can-eats and large portion sizes. Well, this time I found the two in one - a burger of epic proportions that really was all one man could possibly eat (and more).

Killa Burger is home to the 30cm diameter burger, wicked fries and monster nuggets. If that hasn't satiated your appetite feel free to dig into their desserts: ice cream with a variety of toppings or Killa bombs (fried ice cream).

Ideally, the 30cm Killa burger $20 (and meal $25) is shared between four people, and so the burger is cut into quarters and served with plates, cutlery and multiple cups. If you'd like your own, smaller meal, burgers are also available in regular and large sizes.



My male friends with their big eyes decided that they could tackle the killa burger meal alone! Included in the Killa meal is a large serving of steak cut fries and either a 1.25 litre bottle of soft drink or two 600ml bottles of water.

The cake sized burgers, which fittingly are served in a cake box, are available in beef, chicken or vege. There is also a 'booty burger' option which is beef, coleslaw, tomato sauce, mustard and chips.

Of course no one's stomachs were as big as their eyes and all boys admitted defeat somewhere between half and three quarters of the way through. This in itself was a notable effort!

If you think you could manage it, Killa Burger offers those up to the challenge a place on their wall of fame. Keep in mind, you'll need to devour their entire meal (with dessert) in the set time frame to make the cut.

Have you got the stomach for it?
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When: Open 10am - 9:30pm 7 days
Where: 70 The Horsley Drive, Carramar, NSW, Australia
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