Nestled in the heart of Toronto's Chinatown is a restaurant by the name of Lucky Red that serves up Asian fast food of all kinds. From Sakura cocktails to Nachos Koreano, the eatery is fond of experimenting with unusual flavor fusions.
One of the most unique dishes on the menu is the Hambaoger, a twist that brings Asian bao buns to the traditional hamburger. With its kalbi beef, shredded gouda and cheddar cheese, pickles, lettuce and secret sauce, the burger has been likened to a Big Mac from McDonald's, with more of an emphasis on Asian flavors. Since the burger is styled so much like this wildly popular fast food item, more people are likely to feel adventurous when it comes to lunch or dinnertime.
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