Fancy an 8K calorie breakfast that 'puts you to sleep'?
A chef in England has created a beastly 8,000 calorie breakfast that he claims can put the person eating it to sleep.
London: A chef in England has created a beastly 8,000 calorie breakfast that he claims can put the person eating it to sleep.
Mark Winder of the Bear Grills Cafe in Congleton, Cheshire, has made a breakfast that includes eight rashers of bacon, eight sausages, four hash browns, four fried eggs, a four-egg cheese omelette, four waffles, four pieces of toast, four pieces of fried bread, four black pudding, two ladles of beans, two ladles of tomatoes, mushrooms, a portion of large chips and a two-pint milkshake, the Daily Star reported.
The 39-year-old, who was inspired by the Man Vs Food TV show, said that he called the meal "Hibernator", which implies, if anyone finishes this meal, they'll have to sleep for a year.
Trying to attract youngsters to the challenge, the chef has also set a prize of 100 pounds and promises to name the meal after them and also allows them to add on one more ingredient to the meal.
The platter costs one 19.95 pounds and is around 6000 calories and a 2000 calorie milkshake.