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$8 Bottomless Fries at BurgerBurger Commercial Bay with Burger Purchase - 11th June 2-7PM

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DID SOMEONE SAY BOTTOMLESS FRIES?! ๐ŸŸ๐ŸŸ๐ŸŸ Itโ€™s been one year since we opened our BB doors at Commercial Bay and we think we speak for everyone when we sayโ€ฆ.WHAT A YEAR! To celebrate this milestone, weโ€™re giving YOU $8 BOTTOMLESS FRIES with every burger purchased THIS FRIDAY 11th June.

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    Ok i'll bite - so what are the fine prints?

    Limited to 30 minutes? Only eat with 1 hand? Can't sit on a chair?

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      No fine print listed, just that that its available from Commercial Bay BB only. They're banking on you being too full to eat fries by the time they make a loss

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        Eat the fries, and take the burger home for later.

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        Well your paying $8 to start, that buys a lot of fries to start with, I doubt that many people can eat that many fries realistically. Your talking KGS here . Even at supermarket prices you can get a few KG for that - let along wholesale prices. Im sure there are exceptions but if you can eat 2kg of fries in a sitting, more power to you.

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          I don't want to see the waistline of a person who both can eat 2kg of fries, and thinks its a good idea for 'value.'

          Normal fried fries are around 275-325cal / 100g from what a variety of restaurants have posted. Then you add the aioli they'll be giving you, which'll be around 70cal / 10g (Store bought heinz), which is probably about what you'd eat with 100g of fries [people use more dip at a restaurant than they would at home].

          So 350-400cal/100g of fries, with dip.
          Multiply that by 20 to reach 2kg of fries..7000-8000cal.

          You'd gain around 1kg of fat from just eating these fries (3500cal/pound of fat).

          The real deal is eating them at home in your…air frier. 900g is around $3 (Mr Chips is good). 120cal/ 100g as you don't use any oil, and they taste amazing with small amount of aioli or other sauce. Eat in moderation, and have a nice snack that's low in calories [and yes, nutrition value], but isn't soaked in oil.

          This has been your Ted Talk..

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            @bisky: This guy fries

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            @bisky: I can still remember Carl Jr's bottomless fries promo a few years back. That was fun! Just forget what happened six hours later after the meal…

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      The catch is probably that it takes BurgerBurger AGES to cook fries, or generally do anything. If my past orders at any of their locations serve as a guide, you'll be waiting 10-15 minutes every time you want some.

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    No chance it's even possible to lose money selling average size burgers for 20 bucks ๐Ÿคฃ burgers in NZ are an embarassing hipster joke these days.

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    I miss Pizza Huts all you can eat ๐Ÿฅ˜

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      NZ is terrible for all you can eat restaurants / buffets and the like. There are few and the ones that are around are very average or very expensive compared to what you find overseas, the US in particular. Its a shame. Guess its cause food here is so overpriced to begin with its hard to make a buck.

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        Is there any good buffets around?
        paradise is all i can think of for an indian buffet for $24
        https://www.paradiseindianfood.co.nz/menu/buffet/

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          Fortuna is okay, it's basically what Valentines used to be. $28 lunch and $35 dinner.

          Tombo (Korean/Japanese) in Newmarket is apparently good. $35

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            @Plug: thanks, will check them out.

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            @Plug: Thanks, never heard of Tombo - might check it out - I dont really like the cook your own Korean in general, but might be worth a look . There is of course Eight at the Cordis, but thats ok but very expensive.

            Apparently weirdly the largest buffet in NZ is in New Plymouth but its similar to a valentines type place. , its also NZ's busiest restaurant overall, which is also a bit surprising.