It is called Herculean burger, and it is enough for six people. The two-kilogram giant sold in Florentine, the recipe of which was found in the chronicles of Hades himself (only he could invent such torture – no one can resist its appetizing smell and look), costs £55.
Now in London you can eat a burger for £ 55
Why so expensive? It includes a trendy aristocratic truffle, exported from Italy. And a kilogram of local beef, 20 pieces of bacon, six champignons and exactly 200 g of Montgomery cheese, which are located between two magnificent brioche buns. It is poured with truffle sauce and homemade chips, sauce dip and roasted sweet potato are additionally served - probably because the burger itself is not enough to be full. Try it and you will not regret it.
The Herculean burger can now be tried at: Florentine, 6 Hercules Rd, Lambeth, SE1 7DU