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Japanese chain "Meat Bar Gaburico" boasts a hearty menu that incorporates beef in almost every plate, but one of their star attractions is known as the "Devil's Meat Tower", which serves up slices of steak drenched in especially thick globs of cheese. Since it's available as an all-you-can-eat option, it's intended for the hungriest customers.
As a summer-exclusive variation, however, Gaburico is adding some red hot spice to the meaty and cheesy behemoth by releasing what they call the Devil's Meat＆Cheese Tower.
The spicy summer version will include a crunchy blend of chicken and red peppers, as well as a devilish hot sauce with creeping heat.
While an a la carte order (along with the standard cheese dish) is priced at 2,020 yen, all-you-can-eat orders available at 1,299 yen (minimum two customer order). The imposing dish is slated to be available from May 1st, 2020 to October 31st, 2020 at 12 different locations in Japan.