Korean restaurant chain UFO Burger makes sandwiches that come sealed inside of a UFO-shaped bun. The design keeps its contents from spilling out and just plain looks cool. In addition to cheeseburgers, they make bulgogi and spicy chicken sammies. We’re hoping that they expand outside of Korea so we can eat some.
All we could think of was the 7-1/2 floor from Being John Malkovich while we watched this bizarre video of a woman walking through a half-height apartment building and serving up a gigantic hamburger. The Chinese cover of Vanessa Carlton’s A Thousand Miles seals the deal.
Hold the pickle, hold the lettuce, bathroom orders don’t upset us. These playful bars from Snows Cut Soaps look just like a real burger, stacking a not-all-beef patty, lettuce, and tomato between sesame seed buns, and finishing them off with a pickle. They don’t smell the part, though, instead packing a pleasant honey almond scent.
Pringles teamed up with Wendy’s to create a limited-time flavor inspired by the tasty Baconator burger. Through the wonders of food technology, each potato crisp tastes like beef, American cheese, applewood-smoked bacon, ketchup, and mayo. Each can comes with a code for a free Baconator with purchase via the Wendy’s app.