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In anticipation of the results of the US presidential elections, a Japanese restaurant released a burger named after president-elect Joe Biden.
Next time, let's just check the Tsunami Navy Burger menu instead of the polls… https://t.co/MovYxEoclT— Jonelle Patrick (@jonellepatrick) November 8, 2020
Japanese restaurant, Tsunami Navy Burger, located near Yokosuka’s US military base is infamous for their Navy Burgers inspired by presidential figures, including former US President Donald Trump and Barack Obama.
In Yokosuka, Tsunami diner offers several 'navy' burgers—including the Trump, a preposterous creation with fried egg and (steady!) peanut butter. Greasy but smooth, no doubt. pic.twitter.com/iidLmZWCsL— mark parren taylor. (@mark_parren_t) April 16, 2018
The restaurant’s 2016 Trump 700g burger is a mixture of cheese, lettuce, egg, bacon, Sloppy Joe sauce and peanut butter priced at ¥1800 ($17).
The restaurant also launched a burger that pays tribute to Biden’s ties to Philadelphia—his home state, by topping the beef patty with Philadelphia cream cheese.
The burger also includes onions, paprika, sautéed mushrooms and potato chips, and is priced at ¥1980 ($18).
The restaurant made the newest addition to their menu in the days leading up to the US election.
Tsunami Navy Burger’s presidential inspired food options were created by the restaurant owners Shigeru Iida and Keiko.