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Wednesday, 23 August 2017

That’s what a EGP 1,500 burger looks like

That’s what a EGP 1,500 burger looks like: With all this talk of inflation (not to mention the meat price index above) we bring you Food Gun — a recently opened restaurant in Heliopolis which is selling 280g Wagyu beef burgers for EGP 1,495. Two ways this could go: You can impress a date with your willingness to throw away EGP 1,495. Or prove you’re a moron who doesn’t know the value of money by doing the same. That’s roughly USD 85 for a burger at this morning’s exchange rate.

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