You Can Get A Syringe Of Cheese Injected Into Your Burger At This Montreal Resto (VIDEO)
If you're ever a true cheese lover, you might have even uttered the phrase, "Inject this cheese directly into my veins." While that would be extremely dangerous and is not recommended, you CAN inject the cheese directly into your burger at Restaurant Tasty.
Ahmad Mneimneh, who owns Tasty MTL with Ali Sekar and Tarek Soboh, told MTL Blog that "It's very new [but,] if someone asks for extra cheese sauce in their burger, we inject it by a needle."
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That's one way to make sure the cheese sauce is really all up in there!
Mneimneh said customers can get the cheesy injection added to any burger they want, "but most people ask with the classic burger since the ingredients work better with the cheese sauce."
A TikTok shows Sekar using a metal syringe to fill one of Tasty's massive Halal hamburgers full of cheese.
He then pulls apart the burger now oozing with gooey cheesy deliciousness.
"It makes the burger juicier," said Mneimneh.
"The messier, the juicier."
Regardless of where you land on a scale from lactose intolerant to full-blown cheese addict, Restaurant Tasty lives up to its name with a menu of burgers, sandwiches, wraps, salads, crispy chicken, smashboxes (burger-like toppings on a bed of fries) and more.
Cuisine: Halal Casse-Croûte
Address: 8899, rue Berri, Montreal, QC
Why You Need To Go: It's delicious fast food but made with high-quality ingredients — and did we mention you can load your food up with cheese?