If you love food as much as we do, then you’ll be intrigued by these heft food challenges in London. Whether its giant ribs or bizarre combos, check out all of these impossible food challenges and see if you’d be up to the mark.
1. Porky’s Camden, Man vs Rib
Porky’s challenge visitors to eat a kilo of succulent, barbecue ribs, plus 400 grams of crispy french ribs. If you win, you get your picture on their Wall of Fame, a shirt, and a free meal for two next time you visit.
2. Man vs Food, Banana Split Belly Splitter
3 lbs of vanilla ice-cream, 2 bananas, whipped cream, chocolate and toffee sauce, nuts, sprinkles and cherries. Can you eat all of that in 30 minutes? What about only with a teaspoon? If you can, you’ll get your photo on the wall, a t-shirt and the chance to enter another challenge for free. The challenge costs £20, so you have got to be sure you’re ready!
3. The Wonder Cafe Challenge
Do you love a cooked breakfast? What about one with 4 fried slices, 4 slices of toast, 4 eggs, 6 sausages, 6 rashers of bacon, 6 hash browns, 4 black pudding, plum tomatoes, beans and mushrooms? Reckon you can handle that in 45 minutes? If so, you’ll get it for free. Otherwise, it’s £20. It has only been beaten once.
4. Amigos Burgers & Shakes, The Amigos Challenge
For anyone who is a burger lover, this challenge may sound easier than it really is. All you have to do is eat a 50oz beef patty burger with a side of fries in 30 minutes. It’s free if you succeed, but £29.99 if you fail. You will also get on the Amigos website and social media, as well as winning an undisclosed prize if you succeed.
5. Red Dog Saloon, Devastator Challenge
Think you can handle your meat? Try this 18oz steakburger with 200g pulled pork, 6 rashers of apple wood smoked bacon, six slices of American cheese, fries, and a milkshake. If you finish in 10 minutes, you will get a Red Dog t-shirt, and your name on the leaderboard. The dish costs “27.75 though, so be sure you’ll win before taking the plunge!
6. MEATLiquor, The Triple Chilli Challenge
3 dishes. A green chilli cheeseburger made with two patties, cheese, spicy chilli butter, red onion, pickles, lettuce, mustard and ketchup. A chilli dog with smoked beef frank in a bun, topped with beef chilli, cheddar cheese, onions, jalapenos, and mustard. And chilli cheese fries. If you can devour it all in 10 minutes, you get it for free. Otherwise, it’s £25.75.
6. Pride of Paddington, Terry Tucker Food Challenge
Triple beef, triple bacon, triple cheeseburger, served with triple chips and triple onion rings.
Chicken parmigiana pile up (four layers of the Australian classic dish with chunky chips and salad)
Ten super fiery onion wings
To succeed at this challenge, you must eat either option one or two in under 20 minutes and its free, or eat the wings in 10 mins and withstand a 10 minute burn time. Win these challenges and you’ll go on the Wall of Fame. Lose, and you’ll be on the Wall of Shame. Options one and two are £25 and the wings are £12.50.
8. Octoberfest Pub, The Lumberjack’s Double Knuckle
This challenge involves 2 slow-roasted pork knuckles, on a bed of chips with a side salad and sauerkraut plus a boot of their finest lager. You have a mere 45 minutes to eat this, and if you succeed you’ll be up on the Wall of Fame, the website and the next newsletter. You’ll also get a beer and you can take your glass boot home. If you fail, you get a small gift for trying. Only 7 out of 2,200 people have succeeded. The challenge costs £35.
9. Tank n Paddle, Dude vs Dough
Think you get never get bored of pizza? Try this yard-long pizza and Mac ‘n’ Cheese. In 15 minutes, with just tap water to help. If you succeed, you get twice the cost as a bar tab, a t-shirt, your face on the wall of fame and you will be a Doughminator. Lose, and you lose the £20 it costs.
10. The Cinnamon Club, Bollywood Burner
The Cinnamon Club call this ‘the hottest curry in the world’. It has some of the hottest chillis available in it, like the karolina reaper, scotch bonnet, scorpian and nega. Whilst this doesn’t have a timer on it or anything like that, it is known to be a challenge. So much so that you must sign a waiver before trying it, and the restaurant needs a weeks notice to prepare the ingredients.