Food and Nutrition

Cafe Challenges Customers to Eat 8,000 Calorie Breakfast (Video)

| by Michael Allen

The "Hibernator" is an 8,000 calorie breakfast that no one has been able to eat.

The Bear Grills Cafe in Congleton, England, has created this massive dish and offered $160 to anyone who can win the "Hibernator Challenge" (video below).

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According to Metro.co.uk, the Hibernator includes: "Eight sausages, eight slices of bacon, four hash browns, four fried eggs, a four-egg cheese omelette, four waffles, four black puddings, beans, tomatoes, mushroom, fries, four pieces of plain toast and four pieces of fried bread (plus butter)."

But that's not all. The meal also includes a 32-ounce strawberry milkshake with whipped cream, noted Uproxx.com.

Before eating the $32 meal, customers have to sign a waiver that releases the restaurant from any health problems that may follow.

"Younger guys come in, and it is all men who have tried the challenge, and they look at the ingredients up on the board and say, 'I am going to smash that,'" Mark Winder, owner of the Bear Grills Cafe, told Metro.co.uk.

"But then they see it come out on the big platter all heaped high and start to cry on the phone to their friends," added Winder. "They give up after about twenty minutes."

So far, twenty-two people have failed to win. The most recent attempt was yesterday by Ryan Chell, which was posted on YouTube by Totally Flabbergasted.

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The Bear Grills Cafe noted his attempt on Twitter:

Great effort from Ryan Chell today. However the Bear wins again!! 22-0

Sources: Uproxx.com, Metro.co.uk