Narrogin’s Lazy Daze Cafe home to massive 3.3kg Boss Burger challenge

Michael TraillThe West Australian
Staff members Rachel Goncalves, David Goncalves and Bec Miller with the Boss Burger Challenge.
Camera IconStaff members Rachel Goncalves, David Goncalves and Bec Miller with the Boss Burger Challenge.

The small Wheatbelt town of Narrogin will be home to one of the toughest food challenges in WA this February.

Lazy Daze Cafe on Federal Street will give punters a run for their money every Tuesday in February with the 3.3kg Boss Burger challenge.

Challengers have 25 minutes to devour the Boss Burger, which boasts a 550g bun and meat patty weighing in at 800g alone.

Inside contains five eggs, pineapple rings, multiple rashers of bacon, a mug of Jalapeños, Swiss cheese and enough coleslaw for a family dinner.

All that served with nearly a kilo of Australia’s best hot chips.

The Boss Burger Challenge.
Camera IconThe Boss Burger Challenge.

“It’s big,” Lazy Daze owner David Goncalves said.

“We’ve had a fair reaction from people as far as Perth, looking to travel out in groups for it.”

Lazy Daze Cafe and Narrogin’s Steelo’s Guns & Outdoors will combine for the Boss Burger challenge, those able to polish off their plate will receive $25 voucher for the store on top of bragging rights.

“I’d have to only eat air and water for a month beforehand to be in with a chance,” one Facebook user wrote.

“Big feed and new guns and scopes...time for a road trip to Narrogin,” wrote another.

The Boss Burger challenge costs $25, bookings are essential.

Lazy Daze Cafe can contacted on 9853 5634

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