Vietnamese chef Hoang Tung makes 'coronavirus-shaped' burger to help dinners laugh through pandemic

Vietnamese chef Hoang Tung makes ‘coronavirus-shaped’ burger to help dinners laugh through pandemic

Vietnamese Chef Hoang Tung made a corona virus-shaped burger to help diners laugh at times.

A man in Vietnam is making a burger in the form of Coronavirus.

Hoang Tung and his team in Hanoi are aiming to boost morale during the pandemic by molding dozens of green-tea stained burger buns complete with little ”crowns’ made of dough to resemble microscopic images of the virus.

Tang said, ”we want you to eat it if you are scared of something.”

”That’s why it’s not scary when you eat burgers in the form of a virus yourself, during this pandemic, this way of thinking also spreads happiness to others.”

The Pizza Home takeaway shop is currently selling around 50 burgers a day, despite the growing numbers of businesses in Vietnam that have been forced to close because of the virus.

Dang Dinh Quy viewed the ‘corona burger’ as a morale-boosting treat.

”Quy said, this coronavirus is very dangerous, but if we eat the hamburger in its shape, we are already winners like that in our minds.”

”If you want to defeat him, you must eat him first.”

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