What is the Unhealthiest food in the world?

I need a list of all the unhealthiest food in the world.

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When it comes to the most unhealthiest food in the WORLD, the first thing came into my mind is “Heart Attack Grill”. It is an American Hamburger Restaurant in Las Vegas, Nevada. The restaurant is famous for serving high calories menu items. Heart Attack Grill is a hospital themed restaurant where waitresses are dressed in nurses uniform and orders are taken in the form of prescription and the customers are treated as patients.
The Heart Attack Grill menu consists of eight burger varieties based on number of half-pound patties: the “Single Bypass Burger”, “Double Bypass Burger”, “Triple Bypass Burger”, “Quadruple Bypass Burger”, “Quintuple Bypass Burger”, “Sextuple Bypass Burger”, “Septuple Bypass Burger”, and finally, the “Octuple Bypass Burger”.


All burgers are served, per patty, with a slice of American cheese, red onion, sliced tomato, and Heart Attack Grill’s own unique special sauce.
For refreshment, high sugar content sodas are available as well as bottled water and several brands of malt liquor and beers served in the can. There is also a full bar which, in keeping with the theme, serves an array of alcoholic beverages, FAT bastard wines, and liquor shots served in four ounce novelty syringes, prescription bottles, and the wine can even be brought to ones’ table in a bag hung up on a pole.


The most craziest thing in Heart Attack Grill is if you are not able to finish your meal then you are spanked with one of the waitress (nurse) as a punishment.

Most Dangerous Menu Item:
The Quadruple Bypass Burger with 9,982 calories (41,760 kJ) has been identified as one of the “world’s worst junk foods”. It consists of four half-pound beef patties, twenty strips of bacon, eight slices of American cheese, a whole tomato and half an onion served in a bun coated with lard.

ArnavDarshit Answered on July 6, 2017.
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