Killa Challenge

Friday 3rd January 2014 Location: Australia<-NSW<-Sydney

Killa Challenge
Host/venue: Killa Challenge
Available: any time (check opening hours)
Booking: unknown if notice required
Address: (not provided)
Contact: website , Facebook 
Food: 30cm wide burger + huge chips + huge soft serve + 1.25L drink, in 60 minutes      (no total weight listed)
Time limit: (not specified)
Cost: (no cost listed)
Reward:wall of fame, +prizes?
See the Location links above or Tags at the end below for other information
Killa Challenge
Host/venue: Killa Challenge
Available: any time (check opening hours)
Booking: unknown if notice required
Address: (not provided)
Contact: website , Facebook 
Food: 30cm wide burger + huge chips + huge soft serve + 1.25L drink, in 60 minutes      (no total weight listed)
Time limit: (not specified)
Cost: (no cost listed)
Reward:wall of fame, +prizes?
See the Location links above or Tags at the end below for other information

The “Killa Challenge” is offered by Killa Burger Grill which has four restaurants, all in Sydney. No booking required – it’s part of their standard fast food menu.

This is a very large challenge! Consume it all in 60 minutes to succeed. It consists of a 30cm diameter burger the size of a cake, a huge fries, a huge soft serve, and a 1.25L Pepsi. Cost is $25 or so as I recall, which is very cheap for the size of the meal. There are several burger flavours – vegetarian, fish, beef, and chicken as I recall. Their names: Killa Burger, Wicked Chips, Killa Drink, Killa Soft Serve.

You may be invited to sit in the “Killa Kage” special purpose booth for the challenge! There’s a wall of fame also.

Col’s review: I like this challenge, despite it being a bit bogan! I like it because it is very difficult, cheap, and entertaining. It appears to be amongst the better known challenges in Sydney. The food is poor quality unhealthy take-away. Actually this makes it easier, because the bread on the burger buns is of a soft, white variety (picture a Macca’s bun), in constrast to more solid or chewy breads are much harder to get down. And don’t be surprised if you share a table with loud teenagers :)

 

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