Restaurant in Colombia offers 24k gold-plated burger amid Covid-19 pandemic

In a one-of-a-kind move to attract customers amid the COVID-19 pandemic, a restaurant in Colombia has started offering ‘the gold plated burger’. As per a report by the South China Morning Post, the Colombian restaurant in Bogota has turned one of the world’s most beloved food item into a luxurious cuisine by adding an exceptional layer of 24-carat gold.

Amid the grim circumstances arised of Covid -19, as the restaurants continue to bear an unprecedented loss in their businesses and public gatherings are also banned, the dining place in the Colombian capital has ramped up its luxurious dish menu by offering them $59 gold-plated burger. The regular burger is priced at $11. The restaurant with offices in Bogotá and Bucaramanga, Colombia, Toro McCoy, launched on November 27 a brioche burger, double meat, with caramelised bacon, crispy cabol, double cheese and … bathed in 24-karat gold, they describe on their Instagram account . While the restaurant authorities introduced the dish to boost sales, Maria Paula, the chief elaborated on the meticulous process of placing the gold foil on the burger.

While talking to the media outlet, she said that the 24-carat gold is put on the hamburger which is closed but it gets damaged even with a slight touch of a finger. Furthermore, she also said that if the gold sheet is not put on the burger correctly, then also it is damaged.