A Japanese restaurant is offering a Hungry Burger as part of a special Yu-Gi-Oh collaboration menu, and it looks like it’s the type of burger that could bite back.
In commemoration of the 25th anniversary of the Yu-Gi-Oh OCG, Coco’s restaurant will be serving up a dish inspired by the ritual monster Hungry Burger from May 16. The horrific hamburger looks mouth-watering, layered up in a bun with lettuce, tomato, and teeth-shaped cheese.
As reported by Siliconera, other items on Coco’s Yu-Gi-Oh collaboration menu include a Galactica Oblivion Parfait, a Seventh Road Magician Curry, and a Blue Eyes White Dragon Parfait. The dishes will be available in two waves from May 16 through June 5 and June 6 through June 26.
Those purchasing from the limited-time menu will also receive a card from the OCG or from Duel Rush at random with their order. There are 14 cards up for grabs altogether, and different ones will be available across the two waves of Coco’s Yu-Gi-Oh collaboration this month and next.
During the first wave, there is the chance for customers to pick up the Dark Magician, E Hero Neos, Stardust Dragon, Sevens Road Magician, Multistrike Dragon Dragias, and Prima Guitarna of the Colorful Light.
The second wave will offer even more variation with Number 39: Utopia, Odd-Eyes Pendulum Dragon, Firewall Dragon, Galactica Oblivion, Jointech Rex, Blue-Tooth Burst Dragon and two of Coco’s original cards via Steam-Knight Hamburke and Cocosh the Spellcaster of Happiness.
It is a growing trend to use food to connect fans to their favorite worlds and characters. Burger King recently pulled the mask off its Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse collab featuring a red and black Whopper, and Wendy’s pushed science too far with its Pickle Rick Frosty last year.
Adele Ankers-Range is a freelance entertainment writer for IGN. Follow her on Twitter.
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