This 8,000-Calorie Breakfast Is A Heart Attack Waiting To Happen (Photos)

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We’re not sure if this should be called “breakfast” or food for the entire week.

If you were to take a trip to Bear Grills Cafe in Congleton, Cheshire, you might contemplate taking on the 8,000-calorie breakfast challenge.

Shortly after your contemplation, you’d find out The Hibernator consists of four times your recommended daily caloric intake.

The craziest part about this massive breakfast is the fact it actually exists. Mark Winder, the owner of Bear Grills Cafe, is the man behind the $32, “Man Vs. Food”-inspired meal.

In a recent interview with Daily Mail, Winder revealed:

We have a disclaimer which says that no one under the age of 18 can take part and that they know about the very high calorific content and high fat content.

We ask people to understand that they know what they are getting themselves into. They have to tick a box to say whether they have any underlying health conditions.

That’s right; you need to sign a disclaimer before you dare to stuff yourself with eight slices of bacon, eight sausages, four hash browns, four fried eggs, a four-egg cheese omelette, four waffles, four pieces of toast, four pieces of fried bread, four pieces of black pudding, two ladles of beans, two spoonfuls of tomatoes, mushrooms, chips and lastly, a two-pint sized milkshake.

All of the food listed is included in The Hibernator. So far, only 20 people have dared to take on the challenge and all 20 people have failed miserably.

Check out the photos below for a closer look!

If you’re ever hungry and you happen to be in Congleton, Cheshire, go to Bear Grills Cafe and ask for The Hibernator.

The Hibernator is an 8,000-calorie breakfast that no one has ever been able to finish. Since it was added to the menu, 20 people have tried and failed.


The breakfast is the brainchild of Mark Winder, the owner of the cafe. He was inspired by “Man Vs. Food” to create this massive, heart attack-inducing meal.


Before you can even order The Hibernator, you have to sign your life away by filling out this application ensuring Bear Grills Cafe isn’t responsible for your health risks:

H/T: Daily Mail, Photos Courtesy: Imgur

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