If you have traveled the world and have successfully developed a diverse palate, it may be difficult for food to impress you anymore. Been there, tried that, right? But even for those people who believe they’ve tasted it all, there’s something magical about giant foods that will bring back the wow factor that has been missing in your culinary life.
All of these giant foods are really fun. The uniqueness of their imposing size will make eating any of the foods on this list a memory that you will never forget. Some of these giant foods are a part of a food challenge that could score you a free meal or an award of some kind. The rest of these giant foods were simply created to tempt your taste buds.
If you ever wake up with a raging hunger and another fast food breakfast simply won’t do, track down one of the giant foods on this list and have a memorable meal that you will talk about for the rest of your days on this planet.
44. 10-pound donut at JW Marriott Desert Springs Resort & Spa
If you ever just need to chill while you munch on a ginormous donut, head to JW Marriott Desert Springs Resort & Spa. At this resort, which is located in Palm Desert, California, all you need to do is ask for their "Donut Disturb" package. Soon, a 10-pound donut will be wheeled to your room. This giant donut features pink icing, supersized sprinkles, and a raspberry filling. While it may take you a while to eat this donut, the comfortable room and the glorious treat will keep a smile on your face.
43. 110 Reuben Sandwich at Izzy’s
Once featured on Man v. Food, the 110 Reuben Sandwich is a behemoth of a sandwich that needs to be seen to be believed. This ungodly creation has an entire pound of corned beef, a potato pancake, three pints worth of sauerkraut, Swiss cheese, and dressing on a rye loaf. This sandwich, which weighs more than five pounds, also comes with an extra large order of sliced pickles. It’s available only at Izzy’s, a restaurant chain that began in Cincinnati, Ohio, in 1901.
42. 20 Layer Chocolate Peanut Butter Cake at LAVO Italian Restaurant & Lounge
The next time you are sinning and (hopefully) winning on the Strip in Las Vegas, take a break from all that action and head to The Venetian for an epic dessert. At LAVO Italian Restaurant, you can order a slice of their huge 20 Layer Peanut Butter Chocolate Cake. This beautiful beast features peanut butter mascarpone, devil’s food cake, and a whole lot of yumminess. By the time you’re finished, you’ll be reenergized and ready to tackle more of what Sin City has to offer.
41. 5-Pound Chocolate Chip Cookie at T-Rex Cookie
If you’re not convinced that size matters, try this 5-Pound Chocolate Chip Cookie because T-Rex Cookie is sure that your mind will be forever changed. Going forward, only a massive chocolate chip cookie will do when a craving for a cookie strikes. At T-Rex Cookie, while the size of their cookies is unquestionably impressive, the taste of their cookies is what has brought home awards. You can find this cookie shop in Minnesota in the cities of Eagan and Minnetonka.
40. 72-ounce Steak at The Big Texan Steak Ranch
It’s no secret that everything is bigger in Texas. But if you visit The Big Texan Steak Ranch in Amarillo, Texas, you will still be absolutely floored by the size of their meat. This restaurant is famous for its 72-ounce steak that will make you full just looking at it. If the size of the meat intimidates you, just know that a woman named Miki Sudo once ate two of these Texas-sized steaks in a single hour!
39. Big Fat Fatty at Fat Sal’s
Although it is undoubtedly awkward to order this cheesesteak due to its name, your taste buds will be thrilled that you didn’t let the embarrassment stop you. The Big Fat Fatty is basically a gigantic cheesesteak that contains chicken fingers, cheeseburgers, a garlic hero, pastrami, bacon, fried eggs, mozzarella sticks, jalapeno poppers, onion rings, marinara, and chili. Before it’s served to you, a layer of French fries is added on top of it all. You better be really hungry if you have any hope of finishing this monstrosity. The Big Fat Fatty can be found at Fat Sal’s restaurants throughout the Los Angeles area.
38. Big Fat Ugly at Fat Sandwich Company
Let’s hope that it’s a myth that you are what you eat. Otherwise, you will probably think twice before ordering this sandwich. At Fat Sandwich Company in Champaign, Illinois, they have something called the Big Fat Ugly that is actually quite good looking. Between a pair of rolls, this sandwich boasts a chicken cheesesteak, a double cheesesteak, four cheeseburgers, a gyro, jalapeno poppers, chicken, sausage, bacon, fried mushrooms, mozzarella sticks, chicken fingers, pizza bites, hash browns, onion rings, and American cheese. As if that’s not enough, Fat Sandwich Company douses it with mayonnaise and ketchup.
37. Big Popper at Melt Bar and Grilled
You’ll love it when you call for a Big Popper from Melt Bar and Grilled‘s numerous Ohio locations. This bad boy is basically a jalapeno popper on steroids. While most jalapeno poppers are about the size of your thumb, the Big Popper is capable of filling you up to the brim. This thing features jalapeno peppers, cream cheese, and cheddar cheese. It’s battered and deep fried to make it deliciously crispy. Before the Big Popper is brought to you, it’s blessed with a generous amount of powdered sugar and paired with berry jam for dipping purposes.
36. Brooklyn Blackout at Black Tap Craft Burgers & Beer
For years, Black Tap Craft Burgers & Beer has drawn crowds full of people thirsting to get their hands on one of their giant milkshakes. Not only are their milkshakes huge in size, they are all aesthetically-pleasing to the max. While they have a number of options when it comes to their giant milkshakes, the Brooklyn Blackout is what your sweet tooth will beg to experience. This shake contains chocolate brownies, chocolate chips, chocolate frosting, chocolate drizzle, and whipped cream. Black Tap Craft Burgers & Beer has locations in New York City, Las Vegas, and at Disneyland.
35. Carnivore Pizza at Big Pie in the Sky Pizzeria
If you want to make your insatiable appetite work for you, grab a buddy and do the Carnivore Challenge at Georgia’s Big Pie in the Sky Pizzeria. If you and a friend can eat one of their extra large Carnivore pizzas in under an hour, you will get $150! While this sounds like a scrumptious proposition, be warned that this pizza is gigantic. As the moniker suggests, it’s topped with a whole lot of meat including pepperoni, Italian sausage, ground beef, bacon, and ham.
34. Cinnamon roll at Lulu’s Bakery & Cafe
People from all over the United States travel to South Texas to taste the famous cinnamon rolls at Lulu’s Bakery & Cafe. These three-pound mounds of sweet, gooey goodness are a gift from the dessert gods. If you love icing on your cinnamon roll, you’ll adore this treat because there’s definitely no shortage of icing. Lulu’s Bakery & Cafe is located in the city of San Antonio. While you’re here, pair your cinnamon roll with some of their tasty coffee.
33. Double Super Monster Burrito at Freebirds
Freebirds has more than 50 locations throughout Texas and they’re known for their large yet still incredibly tasty burritos. When only the largest of the large burritos will suffice, ask for a Double Super Monster Burrito. This colossal Mexican-inspired creation is wrapped by four tortillas that are 12 inches across. Inside of it, you’ll discover rice, beans, queso, roasted vegetables, salsa, and your choice of meats and sauces. By the time it’s ready for you to eat, the Double Super Monster Burrito will weigh approximately eight pounds.
32. Eight foot noodles from Very Fresh Noodles
The noodles at Very Fresh Noodles are pulled by hand and are widely known for being up to eight feet long. If you like your noodles long and hearty, you simply can’t top the noodles that you can order at this New York City eatery. Options on their menu include La Mei Taiwanese Beef Noodle Soup and Spicy Vegan Noodles with Imitation Duck. If you love spicy food and have a courageous palate, go with the Very Spicy Dan Dan Mian.
31. El Cucuy Dog at Pink’s Hot Dogs
Pink’s Hot Dogs is a well-known hot dog stand located in Hollywood that has been around for eight decades. Their hot dogs are so good that it’s not uncommon for people to wait for more than an hour to get the opportunity to order one. Try their ginormous El Cucuy Dog and you’ll never look at normal-sized hot dogs the same way again. This hot dog from Pink’s is 12 inches long and stuffed with jalapeno peppers and covered with bacon, grilled onions, mayonnaise, ketchup, mustard, and more slices of jalapenos.
30. Fries at Harajuku Gyoza
If you want impressively long fries, you’ll need to go to the land down under and visit a Japanese restaurant called Harajuku Gyoza. Once you arrive, you’ll be wowed by the length of what they have to offer. There will be no need for any dipping sauces, as the fries at Harajuku Gyoza are drenched with Japanese mayonnaise to make them extra scrumptious. You’ll find this restaurant in the Australian cities of Sydney, Brisbane, and Gold Coast.
29. Giant Fortune Cookie at KC Fortune Cookie Factory
Traditional fortune cookies are yummy but, truth be told, they’re too small to be classified as anything more than a miniaturized snack. Thankfully, KC Fortune Cookie Factory decided to do something about that. They sell Giant Fortune Cookies that are just as tasty as regular fortune cookies but are much, much bigger. You can get these giants partially dipped in milk chocolate, white chocolate, or dark chocolate. Or, if you’re not the adventurous type, you can opt to keep it plain.
28. Giant Gummy Bear from IT’SUGAR
Online retailer IT’SUGAR sells a Giant Gummy Bear that makes standard gummy bears look microscopic by comparison. This huge, sugary animal stands ten inches tall and weighs in at five pounds. Compared to a normal gummy bear, the Giant Gummy Bear is a whopping 1,000 times larger. Flavors IT’SUGAR offers include cherry, blue raspberry, or a striped version that features orange in addition to cherry and blue raspberry. No matter which flavor you go with, you’ll be tempted to try to eat the entire thing in one day.
27. Giant Ice Cream Sandwich at Magic Hour Rooftop Bar & Lounge
While it may sound like a lot of money, forking over $120 may just be worth the spectacular Giant Ice Cream Sandwich that you get at Magic Hour Rooftop Bar & Lounge in New York City. This majestic dessert features layers of vanilla, strawberry, and chocolate ice cream inside of a pair of huge chocolate cookies. Then, before it’s delivered to you, sprinkles are embedded into the side of it to add beauty, texture, and more flavor.
26. Giant Pretzel at British Beer Company
British Beer Company has six locations in the state of Massachusetts. At each location, you will find their famous Giant Pretzel that you deserve to taste at least once in your life. This golden brown pretzel is served dangling from a hook and comes with an ample amount of creamy gouda cheese for you to dip it in. Appropriately, the British Beer Company also gives you some beer-infused mustard to add to this pretzel. The softness and the taste of this pretzel will cause you to cherish every bite.
25. Giant Sicilian Pizza at Big Mama’s & Papa’s Pizzeria
Of all the deliverable pizzas in the world, none of the pies are as large as the Giant Sicilian Pizza you can order from Big Mama’s & Papa’s Pizzeria. You’ll be in awe at the size of this pizza. It’s an absolute unit. The Giant Sicilian Pizza, which has a price tag of $299.99, is 54 inches by 54 inches. In total, there will be 200 square slices of pizza and the LA-based Big Mama’s & Papa’s Pizzeria allows you to customize the toppings so that you get exactly what you want on it.
24. Goliath Cupcake at Kirby’s Kupcakes
When a typical cupcake isn’t enough, go to Kirby’s Kupcakes in Rogers, Arkansas and order a Goliath Cupcake. This monstrous cupcake is 22 times as big as a typical cupcake. All their Goliath Cupcakes are chocolate but you can pick the flavor of your frosting. This huge treat costs $45, which you will believe is well worth your hard-earned money by the time you’re finished. Interestingly, if you are able to eat the whole cupcake in less than 30 minutes, Kirby’s Kupcakes will give it to you for free!
23. Grand Slam breakfast at Batter Up Pancakes
The history of Denny’s Original Grand Slam dates all the way back to 1977. The name honors Hank Aaron, one of the greatest baseball players of all-time. However, by comparison, the Grand Slam breakfast sold by Batter Up Pancakes in Fresno, California makes Denny’s offering look like a minor league snack. Batter Up Pancakes’ Grand Slam features a mammoth pancake topped with ten scrambled eggs, a hill of potatoes, and a pile of cheese. But that’s not all. You also get to pick four of the following toppings: ham, sausage, bacon, spinach, onions, bell peppers, jalapeno peppers, mushrooms, or tomatoes.
22. Hawaiian Kine M.A.C. Daddy at M.A.C. 24/7 Bar + Restaurant
When you’re in Honolulu and want a gigantic breakfast with a local flair, look no further than M.A.C. 24/7 Bar + Restaurant. That’s where you can find the Hawaiian Kine M.A.C. Daddy. This glorious breakfast features five pounds worth of buttermilk pancakes and is topped with chunks of pineapples, numerous macadamia nuts, and haupia sauce. By the time you’re finishing your final mouthful, you’ll be more than ready to take on any and all adventures Hawaii has in store.
21. Kodiak Arrest at Humpy’s Great Alaska Alehouse
For seafood lovers of the world, ordering the Kodiak Arrest at Humpy’s Great Alaska Alehouse will allow you to experience seafood nirvana. This whale-sized meal comes complete with four pounds of Alaskan King crab and seven large crab nuggets. To add some surf and turf action, you also get reindeer sausage links that are a total of 14 inches in length. For dessert, you’ll be served a bowl of their berry ice cream. While this meal will set you back $250, your taste buds will thank you for opening your purse strings.
20. Kookamonga Burger at Kooky Canuck
Although you can find really good burgers at chain restaurants around the country, nothing compares in size to the Kookamonga Burger. Available at Kooky Canuck, a restaurant with multiple locations in the state of Tennessee, this humongous burger has four pounds of beef and a pound and a half of toppings (cheese, pickles, tomatoes, onions, and lettuce). Add in the custom buns that weigh in at a total of two pounds and the Kookamonga Burger is 7.5 pounds of deliciousness. In case you think you might still be hungry, you can get it with fries on the side.
19. Margarita at Vidorra
If you’ve had a difficult day and believe it would be impossible for your frown to be turned upside down, order a margarita from Vidorra before you give up hope. Their margaritas are so colossal that you will be guaranteed to be feeling better by the time you see the bottom of the glass — even if you end up sharing with a friend or three. Vidorra is a restaurant in Dallas, Texas, known for their Mexican food that is super authentic. However, it’s the margaritas that will have you and your amigos coming back again and again.
18. Monster Sushi Challenge Roll at Deli Sushi & Desserts
Most of the time, sushi rolls are more about flavor than size. However, Deli Sushi & Desserts has an enormous menu item that will change everything you thought you knew about sushi rolls. The Original Monster Sushi Challenge Roll costs $36 and features salmon, shredded crab, shrimp chips, fish eggs, cream cheese, avocado, eel sauce, garlic jalapeno sauce, and more Japanese-inspired goodness. If this sounds irresistible and you just need to order one of these sushi rolls, you can find Deli Sushi & Desserts in San Diego, California.
17. Monster Kong Nachos at Chacho’s
Chacho’s, a Mexican restaurant with locations in San Antonio and Houston, is known for their huge portions. If you’re not hungry, it’d be very unwise to visit. But if you’re ravenous, there aren’t many better restaurants on Earth. Of everything on their menu, the Monster Kong Nachos is the best of the best when it comes to solving your hunger. These nachos are piled to the ceiling with ground beef, chicken fajitas, beef fajitas, shredded chicken, beans, and a heaping amount of gooey cheese. On the side, Chacho’s gives you guacamole, sour cream, and queso.
16. Pork skin at The Aviary
Until you see it with your own two eyes, a gargantuan piece of fried pork skin isn’t something you knew you needed to get inside of your tummy before the day you die. But once you see it, you won’t stop until you try it. This fried pork skin, which stands three feet, is available at The Aviary, a hip hotspot in New York City. The next time you see chicharrones that are of normal size, they’ll look puny by comparison.
15. S’mores Baked Alaska at The Boathouse
When you’re at Walt Disney World Resort and you need an epic dessert that is impressive in both size and taste, turn your taste buds toward Gibson’s S’mores Baked Alaska. This supersized sweet treat, which is available on the dessert menu at The Boathouse, is powered by Rocky Road ice cream, hunks of milk chocolate, a luscious layer of toasted marshmallows, a crunchy crust made out of graham crackers, and a river of warm chocolate syrup. It’s served with a large knife stabbed through its heart, which you can use to share this dessert — or not.
14. Southwestern Exposure omelette from Beth’s Cafe
The giant omelettes at Beth’s Cafe will blow your mind. Order a 12-egg omelette and, as if the omelette isn’t big enough, you’ll also get all the hash browns you can eat in addition to a side of toast. While they have a large selection of omelettes to choose from, go with the Southwestern Exposure omelette if you really want a lot of food. This beast comes with cheddar cheese, sour cream, and chili that’s made with red peppers, green peppers, tomatoes, onions, and three types of beans. Adam Richman couldn’t conquer it, but maybe you’ll have better luck.
13. Super Lobster Mountain at Fishman Lobster Clubhouse Restaurant
You’ll need to travel north of the border to visit Fishman Lobster Clubhouse Restaurant and get your hungry hands on their Chinese seafood. While you can find a lot of options on their menu, the dish that has everyone talking is the towering Super Lobster Mountain. This pile of scrumptious seafood weighs 50 pounds, costs more than $650, and features a hefty amount of lobster, crab, crispy anchovies, fried garlic, and a whole lot more. Fishman Lobster Clubhouse Restaurant can be found in Toronto, Canada.
12. Texas Sized Donut at Round Rock Donuts
To find a donut that is truly Texas-sized, it makes sense that you need to travel to Texas. Round Rock Donuts, located near Austin in the city of Round Rock, has Texas Sized Donuts on their menu that put normal donuts to shame. Their Texas Sized Donuts are available as chocolate, glazed, or half chocolate and half glazed. With a storied history that dates all the way back to 1926, you can be confident that Round Rock Donuts can make your donut-related dreams come true.
11. Texas-Sized Smoked Beef Ribs at Terry Black’s Barbecue
To say that beef ribs at Terry Black’s Barbecue are big would be a massive understatement. Try their Texas-Sized Smoked Beef Ribs once and you will forever be a fan. These ribs are huge and amazingly flavorful. If you can’t make it to one of their locations in Austin and Dallas, you can have these unforgettable ribs shipped directly to your doorstep. Terry Black’s Barbecue gets outstanding reviews and their Texas-Sized Smoked Beef Ribs are a big reason why.
10. The Bomb at Paddy Long’s
If you need a flavor explosion in your mouth, The Bomb is capable of handling that task with ease. You can find this glorious monstrosity at Paddy Long’s, a restaurant in Chicago, Illinois. The Bomb takes five pounds of pork, ground sausage, and beef and mixes it with a proprietary blend of spices. Those five pounds of meat are wrapped with bacon that has been bathed in brown sugar. The entire thing is then slow-cooked to perfection. The Bomb is served with your choice of french fries or potato salad.
9. The Hill of Spaghetti at Mama’s on the Hill
The Hill of Spaghetti at Mama’s on the Hill would be the tastiest hill of all to die on. What catches your eye first about this hill is the massive, two-pound meatball. That meatball is covered with marinara sauce and parmesan cheese and sits on a bed of spaghetti that is 13 inches tall and weighs four and a half pounds. The Hill of Spaghetti costs $39.99 but it’s free if you are able to eat it all in less than 60 minutes. Good luck, you’ll need it.
8. The Iron Man at Broken Yolk Cafe
Broken Yolk Cafe has locations in California, Arizona, Illinois, Florida, Texas, Nevada, and Idaho. This restaurant chain, which first opened its doors in 1979, is mostly known for their yummy breakfast options. However, if you’re extra hungry, just tell them that you want The Iron Man and sit back and prepare for a fantastic feast. The Iron Man features a gigantic omelet made with 12 eggs, cheese, onions, and mushrooms. The omelet is then topped with an ocean of cheese and chili. Finally, a pair of large biscuits and some fries are added to this hearty breakfast.
7. The Li’l Petey at Bub and Pops
Located in Washington D.C., Bub and Pop’s is a restaurant that offers one of the biggest sandwiches you’ll ever see. Before you are six feet under the ground, you deserve to try to eat this thing. Despite its name, the Li’l Petey isn’t little at all. This sandwich contains salami, prosciutto, pepperoni, brisket, capicola, fried chicken, fried eggs, provolone cheese, arugula, tomato slices, and relish. To make sure you’re filled to the tippity top, the Li’l Petey also comes with a big serving of potato chips.
6. The Meat Mountain Sandwich at Arby’s
If you demand that your giant food be available from a drive-thru window to make it more convenient, the Meat Mountain Sandwich from Arby’s is what you should aim to acquire. Not only is this thing colossal in size, but it’s also actually quite tasty. In fact, it’s one of Arby’s best menu items. The Meat Mountain Sandwich has chicken tenders, pepper bacon, corned beef, smoked ham, roasted turkey, smoked brisket, and, of course, Arby’s famous roast beef. To go along with all that meat, this sandwich also has both cheddar cheese and Swiss cheese.
5. The Ostrich Egg Full English at Florentine Restaurant & Bar
When the full English won’t be enough to fully satiate your hunger, upgrade to the Ostrich Egg Full English. This giant breakfast is highlighted by an ostrich egg served sunny-side up. (For those who don’t know, an ostrich egg is about as big as two dozen chicken eggs.) Along with the massive egg, you get bacon, sausage, mushrooms, fried tomatoes, baked beans, and multiple pieces of sourdough bread. Unfortunately, you’ll need to hop over the pond to get this meal for breakfast, as Florentine Restaurant & Bar is located in London.
4. The Unforgiven at Red Rock Saloon
Go to Milwaukee’s Red Rock Saloon and order The Unforgiven. What you’ll receive is a meal that is so big that it’s almost comical. The star of the show is a burger that has a pound of beef, crispy bacon, fried chicken, multiple slices of cheese, a fried egg, onion rings, tomato slices, pickles, lettuce, and more. Sitting next to the burger are six ghost pepper wings and an entire pound of beer-battered French fries. The Unforgiven won’t be easy to eat but you should try at least once in your lifetime.
3. The Universe at International Delight Cafe
International Delight Cafe was born in 1983 in Bellmore, New York. If you want The Universe at your fingertips, this is the place to go. The Universe is a memorable bowl of goodness that’s filled with five gallons of gelato, a plethora of waffles, a cascade of whipped cream, and your choice of sauces and toppings. If The Universe is too much for you and your friends to handle, downgrade to The World. It’s the same dessert — but a little bit smaller.
2. The Zellagabetsky at Kenny and Ziggy’s New York Delicatessen
At Kenny and Ziggy’s New York Delicatessen in Houston, Texas, you can find an epic eight decker sandwich called The Zellagabetsky. This voluptuous monster has pastrami, roast beef, corned beef, beef tongue, salami, Swiss cheese, Russian dress, and coleslaw. All told, The Zellagabetsky weighs in at an impressive four pounds. If you manage to eat the entire sandwich, Kenny and Ziggy’s New York Delicatessen will give you a free slice of cheesecake and their eternal respect for conquering such a monstrous sandwich.
1. Vermonster Sundae at Ben & Jerry’s Scoop Shops
Not only does Ben & Jerry’s ice cream sit on the shelves of your local supermarket, but there are also more than 550 Ben & Jerry’s Scoop Shops around the world. If a giant sundae is what you desire, go to one of these shops and ask for the Vermonster Sundae. This unbelievable dessert contains 20 scoops of ice cream, four sliced bananas, chunks of cookies, hunks of brownies, countless chopped walnuts, whipped cream, your choice of hot caramel or hot fudge, and two spoonfuls of any other topping they have on hand that you want to add to your huge Vermonster Sundae.