The Waldorf Astoria hotel, a restaurant in Amsterdam that cannot accommodate its guests due to the coronavirus epidemic, sells hamburgers prepared by two Michelin-starred chefs for $20.

According to Reuters’ news, for the restaurant turning to take-away due to coronavirus restrictions, the hotel’s manager Roberto Payer said: “The way we do it, the way we prepare it, the way we serve it, the way it comes home is very different to any other burger.”

For 19.50 euros ($23) plus an Uber Eats delivery fee, the Waldorf Signature burger comes with a 240-gram Holstein-Frisian meat patty and is served with English Duke of Berkshire bacon on a French brioche bun and aged Dutch cheese and homemade relish. Uber Eats reviewers have awarded it 4.8 stars out of 5.



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