NOTE- Do not read this MyTake if you’re hungry :D Just giving you a heads up hehehe!
When Pokemon Go was a phenomenon, a pop up burger shop in Sydney Australia (Down N’Out burgers) created Pokebugers in celebration of the app.
2. Sushi Donuts *Doughnut*
It involves molded cooled sushi rice (in a donut shape), decorated with black sesame seeds, ginger, wasabi, cashew Mayo, coconut, mango and avocado! YUMMMMYYYYY <3
3. The Cheesy Frenchy (Cheeseburger Croissant)
A Sydney café, Piccolo Me, created the Cheesy Frenchy which is a cross between a cheeseburger and a croissant. It contains a beef patty, American cheddar, pickles, onion and mustard on a fresh yummy croissant.
4. Rainbow Bagels
Baker Scot Rossillo, from Brooklyn’s "The Bagel Store" in the US, spent 20 years perfecting he's rainbow bagel to what it is today. It's handmade using a secret recipe and dyeing technique. *taps nose* ;)
5. Ramen Burger
Invented by Keizo Shimamoto and sold in Brooklyn, NY's Smorgasburg, the Ramen Burger is a shoyu-glazed patty in between two eggy ramen buns.
6. Sushiritto (Sushi crossed with a Burrito)
Born in San Francisco, the Sushiritto is a beautiful combination of a sushi and a burrito. Bringing Asian and Latino flavours together, it is evident that the two bring joy and happiness to customers who crave both tastes.
7. Cronut (Croissant crossed with a Donut)
I’m pretty sure everyone is aware of this one, and it’s pretty straightforward. Invented by New York City pastry chef Dominique Ansel, the pastry is made by frying a laminated dough in grape seed oil, then it’s sugared, filled, and glazed.
8. Mutant Burger
If anyone has seen my question about this, you’d know what it is. An electric blue bun burger with triple chili, fried chicken and blue cheese.
9. Phoritto (Pho crossed with a Buritto)
Made with thinly-sliced rib-eye steak, bean sprouts, cilantro, onions, Thai basil, jalapeño, lime juice and phở noodles, the burrito is wrapped with a large flour tortilla and served with sriracha and hoisin sauce.
10. Charcoal Ice cream (Coconut Ash)
Not really a hybrid of any foods but it’s definitely wickedly cool. Morgenstern’s Finest Ice Cream, an ice cream hot-spot in New York City has created Coconut Ash charcoal Ice cream. It’s not as bad as it sounds; it’s the charred and processed remains of a coconut shell. One lick is a coconut explosion! Coconut flakes, coconut cream and coconut milk! Unfortunately the downside to this is that you walk away with jet black looking lips. Hmm doesn’t matter Black lipstick :P
Well there you have it! Comment down below and tell me which ones you’d be keen on trying, and those you’d give a miss...
Thank you for reading my MyTake :)