Forget Spider-Man Collabs, a Japanese Restaurant Is Now Selling Yu-Gi-Oh’s Horrific Monster Burger
A Japanese restaurant is serving a Hungry Burger as part of a special collaboration menu with Yu-Gi-Oh!
To commemorate the 25th anniversary of Yu-Gi-Oh OCG, Coco’s Restaurant will be serving ceremonial monster Hungry Burger-inspired dishes starting May 16. With lettuce, tomato and tooth-shaped cheese layered on a bun, the hideous burger is mouth-watering.
As reported by silicone laCoco’s Yu-Gi-Oh collaboration menu includes Galactica Oblivion Parfait, Seventh Road Magician Curry, and Blue Eyes White Dragon Parfait. provided in stages.
For those who order the limited time menu, we will randomly give you one OCG or Duel Rush card. There are 14 cards in all, and different cards will be available in his two waves of Coco’s Yu-Gi-Oh collaboration this month and next month.
The first picks up Dark Magician, E Hero Neos, Stardust Dragon, Seven’s Road Magician, Multi-Strike Dragon Draghias, and Colorful Light’s Prima Gitana.
In the second wave, with No.39 Utopia, Odd-Eyes Pendulum Dragon, Firewall Dragon, Galactica Oblivion, Jointech Rex, Bluetooth Burst Dragon, and two Coco’s original cards via Steam Night Hamburg and Cocoche of Spellcaster, Many more variations are offered. happy.
There is an increasing tendency to use food to connect fans to their favorite worlds and characters. Burger King recently unmasked Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse collaboration featuring a red and black Whopper, and Wendy’s pushed science last year with Pickle Rick Frosty.
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