While extreme food challenges aren't uncommon in Quebec, Allons Burger's gigantic hamburger could intimidate even the most gluttonous among us. The towering sandwich, which the restaurant calls "the biggest burger in town," is a monster of juicy meat and oozing cheese with just two small buns holding it precariously together. It's so huge that the Allons Burger owners are certain that you will never be able to handle it alone.
Composed of six 200-gram patties, onion rings, smoked meat, beef bacon, two mozzarella patties, as well as Swiss cheese, this dish also comes buried under a mountain of fries.
If you take up the challenge by yourself and don't leave a single crumb on your plate, the restaurant will reimburse you for the full price of the End Game Burger, $39.99 plus tax, and you'll be able to brag to your friends about your invincible stomach.
However, since this dish takes a certain amount of time to prepare, it is imperative that you call the restaurant beforehand (450-934-3433) to place your order and give the cooks time to get everything ready.
Unless you want to take part in the competition, you'll certainly need the help of many of your friends to get through the enormous dish.
The End Game is just one of several creative dishes at Allons Burger, whose owners have outlined a mission to create plates that are "out of the ordinary."
There's also a decadent mac n' cheese that comes inside a bread bowl sphere. It's perfect for the end of a long night or the aftermath of a good cry.
The End Game Burger isn't the only giant dish challenge to hit the Montreal area in the last year, either.
In November, anyone who finished the $50 CHampionne poutine at the Bell Centre had a chance to win free Habs tickets.
Are monster dishes becoming a trend? We honestly can't tell if that excites us.