The burger includes Philadelphia cheese and potato chips from Pennsylvania, a direct reference to Biden’s victory in this state.
In Japan, a restaurant near the U.S. Naval Base in Yokosuka, Kanagawa Prefecture, added a dish called Biden Burger to its menu. This is reported by the Mainichi edition on Sunday, November 8.
The new dish, named after U.S. presidential candidate Joseph Biden, includes, among others, Philadelphia cheese and potato chips from Pennsylvania – a direct reference to the Democrat victory in this state, which brought him the necessary 270 votes.
The restaurant called Tsunami is known for its presidential burgers: in 2009, its menu included Obama Burger, and in 2016 Trump Burger.
The owner of the restaurant Shigeru Iida intends to sell the ‘Biden Burger’ at 19 dollars apiece, regardless of the results of the U.S. presidential election.
Recall that on the night of November 8, Joe Biden announced his victory in the elections. He named his policy priorities – the fight against COVID-19, the economy, climate, and the fight against racism.
Donald Trump issued an official statement that said he would not recognize Biden’s election victory and would “not rest until the Americans get the honest vote count they deserve.