Nine Beef Patty T-Rex Burger from Wendy’s Spotted in Kentucky

This massive burger first made an appearance in Canada some years back didn’t it?  Well here’s a promo image of the T-Rex Burger from a Wendy’s in Kentucky.  The T-Rex Burger features a whopping 9 beef patties and 9 slices of cheese.  Let us know in the comments if you’ve come across this novelty in your area.

30 comments on “Nine Beef Patty T-Rex Burger from Wendy’s Spotted in Kentucky

  1. Shaun says:

    Yup it was in Canada, around Toronto, Brampton I think.

  2. Mark says:

    Lol who would really order this and eat it. A joke right? What’s the price on that?

  3. Darrell Martinsen says:

    Any word on the price? Has to be at least $20 lol figure on 3 triples at least

  4. Justin ST says:

    This is the sort of thing that’s clearly made to get attention on food blogs.

    You almost think this burger is just satire of the ridiculous burgers we have now. I actually was at a place called Harvey’s in Canada, and they have metal bowls of fresh toppings that they put on your burger. Banana pepper rings are actually excellent on your burger. I wish more places would offer them. Five Guys refuses to even listen to me, typical arrogant, closed-minded East Coast joint, sigh.

    • Robert says:

      You honestly think a chain is gonna add an ingredient just because you requested it? And that makes THEM arrogant??

      Anyway Fuddruckers has pepper rings.

      • Justin ST says:

        I’m a millennial. I have a room full of participation trophies in my old bedroom in my parents house.

        I now live in their basement.

        They are arrogant as I am entitled to whatever I want!

        • The Real Justin ST says:

          You were willing to go to such lengths to impersonate me because you didn’t like my comment? WOW.

          Who’s the sad person that lives with mommy now?

          • Actually Justin ST says:

            How dare you? Where do you get off? I eat pieces of crap like you for breakfast!

    • MP says:

      Agree on the banana pepper rings…. they would seem to be a much better topping offering than the green peppers (capsicum) 5 Guys has as an option. I mean I could totally understand grilled green peppers to go with their grilled onions… but raw green peppers?

    • LL says:

      A restaurant is unable to have any of those traits. It’s an inanimate object, the “refusal” to listen to you was simply the brick wall that you were shouting at having no ability to respond. Maybe you should try sending a strongly-worded email to corporate. Or go to the counter and insist to speak to a manager and let them know how “arrogant” they are for disregarding you? BTW they’re not an east coast joint, but rather have restaurants across the US, Europe, and Asia, and they actually care very much about pleasing the customers, which is why they’ve expanded so successfully. With your crappy attitude you should be used to people trying to ignore you by now.

  5. Matt says:

    unhinge your jaw !

  6. NumptyDumpty says:

    I had the Wendy’s in Canonsburg, PA make me a 10 patty burger once for a work lunch office challenge. It was disgustingly glorious.

  7. Bubbsy says:

    Note from the picture that the patties are as thick as the bottom bun for perspective. I understand the marketing purpose of staging food to look appealing, and the burger you get won’t look like the picture…. but unless they’re using 1/3 lb patties, the picture is totally deceptive.

    • Joquan Hide says:

      If they can get away with pushing all the condiments upfront for their advertisements then surely they can do the same with the burger patties. Maybe those a meat triangles and not squares. Anyway, there are YouTube videos of people eating this and your right it’s about half that size.

      • Bubbsy says:

        Hi Joquan, I understand the pushing of condiments up front to be visible as well as other techniques advertisers use to make the food as attractive as possible (including using artificial produce or pushing the toppings through a skewer to fluff them up) because it still represents what you’re buying, that would be the staging that I was speaking of that is totally acceptable in advertising… To be clear, the size or quantity being deliberately deceptive is what I’m whining about, especially when they have it displayed with something that provides scale. It’s not just a slight exaggeration, it’s totally bull LOL.

  8. Boris says:

    I’m all for gluttony but I don’t see the point of this. There are easier, tastier, and more efficient ways of eating this much hamburger.

  9. Johnnyboy says:

    You got to have an alligator mouth to eat this… 😉

  10. doctorx0079 says:

    Is it $9.99? It should be. Sadly they probably charge more than that.

    • doctorx0079 says:

      Maybe this could be $19.99? That seems appropriate. Sadly they probably can’t quite swing that.

  11. snackeroo says:

    Are they trying to kill someone??

  12. Rusty Shackleford says:

    What is the price on this, 50 bucks? I got a single combo at wendys recently and it was freaking 8 bucks and change. Can’t imagine what this would be.

  13. cnoyes says:

    With the amount of grease wendys burgers ooze, the bottom bun would be a soggy, greasy mess. This is definitely a burger you eat with a fork (and maybe knife). It’s probably a good idea to have a defibrillator close by.

  14. Robert says:

    These things are great for free advertising. Not only do news channels and food blogs pick them up but, people buy them just to put it on You Tube or social media as part of eating challenges.

  15. Anon says:

    It was $21.99 in Canada 4 years ago. I can see this being $25-$30 now.

  16. SARS says:

    Jake’s Wayback Burgers has been offering something like this for a long time. People order it all the time.

  17. JR says:

    matt stonie eats this on youtube in like 10 minutes IIRC

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