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Fast Food Chain Creates Pricey Gold Burger To Rival Salt Bae's

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Fast Food Chain Creates Pricey Gold Burger To Rival Salt Bae's

A fast food chain has launched a gold-covered burger to rival Salt Bae's extravagant steak, having even shared its own promotional video parodying the social media icon.

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Dope Burger - which currently has branches in Hull and Leeds, with another in Doncaster due to open soon - shared a video of its new creation on social media, using the hashtag #chipspicebae.

The '24ct Gold Burger' has a bun covered in gold leaf for that luxurious edge, and costs £100 - the same price as Salt Bae's 'Golden Burger', but with added satire.

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It does, however, come at a fraction of the price of the Knightsbridge restaurant's infamous gold-covered tomahawk steak, which will set you back an eye-watering £630 ($846).

Credit: Facebook/Dope Burger
Credit: Facebook/Dope Burger

Credit: TikTok/Dope Burger
Credit: TikTok/Dope Burger
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In the video, a chef wearing sunglasses slices through the burger with a giant knife, before showing the product to the camera with the same theatrical flair as Salt Bae.

He even sprinkles some seasoning down his arm and onto the meat, much like the Turkish restaurateur.

After Dope Burger - which specialises in 'gourmet burgers, hot dogs and fries' - posted the video and pictures online, many people have commented on the new menu item.

Credit: TikTok/Dope Burger
Credit: TikTok/Dope Burger
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One joked: "Only 100 pound I'll have 2."

Someone else said: @Take the gold s**t off and I'll have it!"

A third asked: "So is it just a normal burger with gold leaf on the bun??.... What makes it worth £100....am I missing something?"

Another responded to say it was probably more about taking the mickey out of Salt Bae then the item itself, saying: "I'm pretty sure it's a joke."

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The restaurant says the burger has now sold out, though it's unclear if it ever went on sale or was just meant as a cheeky dig at Salt Bae to garner some publicity.

Featured Image Credit: Facebook/Dope Burger

Topics: Food, UK News, News, burger

Jess Hardiman
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