Today, fast-food chain Wendy's, known for its cheap staples of meat bombs, unveiled the Foie Gras Rossini Burger at its new restaurant in Tokyo. The price is 1280 yen, or nearly $17 at today's exchange rates.
Other surprises in the new "Japan Premium" line-up of burgers include the Avocado Wasabi Burger, the Chili Burger, and the Truffle and Porcini Grilled Chicken Sandwich.
No other Wendy's in the world has foie gras, the liver of a specially fattened goose or duck. The burgers bulge and glisten with oil like sumo wrestlers.
The fancy burgers are sold at a gleaming new store in the Ometsando district of Japan's capital, famed for its fashion shops. The location is a bit away from the main drag though; find it on a map, here.
The store is Wendy's first of 100 planned locations for the country, according to the Wall Street Journal.
The fast-food empire bowed out of Japan a couple of years ago due to falling profits, reports AFP.
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