- Everything we know so far about Peacock, NBC’s new streaming service Tuesday 7:42 PM
- Selena Gomez producing docuseries about immigration for Netflix Tuesday 7:11 PM
- How to stream Manchester City vs. Shakhtar Donetsk in Champions League action Tuesday 6:14 PM
- Milo Yiannopoulos threatens to crash furry convention he is barred from Tuesday 5:54 PM
- How to stream Juventus vs. Atletico Madrid in Champions League action Tuesday 5:52 PM
- How to stream Real Madrid vs. PSG in Champions League action Tuesday 5:24 PM
- No-fly zone implemented over Area 51 ahead of Alienstock festival Tuesday 5:16 PM
- TikTok accused of censoring content about Hong Kong protests Tuesday 5:04 PM
- Smoke ’em, pass ’em, Week 3: At the Bakery Tuesday 4:38 PM
- Alex Trebek says he will be undergoing chemotherapy again Tuesday 4:27 PM
- Dan Crenshaw roasted after attacking Sanders’ call for veteran care Tuesday 4:19 PM
- How to stream NXT for its USA network debut Tuesday 4:12 PM
- This website will show you how AI classifies you Tuesday 3:22 PM
- School tells Black 4-year-old to cut his hair or wear a dress Tuesday 3:17 PM
- Lizzo called a ‘snitch’ for accusing Postmates runner of stealing food Tuesday 2:30 PM
Pikachu has gone from the Pokémon Center to the grill.
Australian restaurant Down-N-Out is now cooking up burgers inspired by some of the most iconic Pokémon. Only available until Sept. 3, Pokémon fans can take a bite out of a Bulbasaur, Charmander, or Pikachu burger.
According to Mashable, diners will be served one of the savory treats randomly when they order the Pokéburger. Each one is a little different. The Bulbasaur burger has lots of greens, including pickles, the Charmander creation is a bit spicy with its volcanic cheese, and the Pikachu has fries along with some pointy ears.
A photo posted by Down N’ Out (@downnout_) on
A photo posted by Hashtag Burgers (@hashtag_burgers) on
The #pokemon masters at @downnout_ have created three #pokeburgers to homage the craze and love for all things #pokemongo – at only $15- you get a mystery burger egg containing either a #pikachu a #charmander or a #bulbasaur burger. These burgs of fun and beauty start hatching tomorrow for a limited time. #mealforameal #fcba #zomato
A photo posted by Jason King (@spooningaust) on
This isn’t the first time anime has found itself the muse for culinary experimentation. Earlier this year, a Sailor Moon-themed cafe opened up in Tokyo complete with a burger in the likeness of Sailor Moon’s Crystal Star.
But the real question is: Can you take a bite out of one of these burgers with Pikachu staring back at you?
Gabe Bergado is a Daily Dot alumnus who covered dank memes, teens, and the weirdest corners of the Internet. One time, Ted Cruz supporters turned him into a meme—or at least tried to. In 2017, he started reporting for Teen Vogue's entertainment section.