Monster parmy challenge: This man finished 2kg of chicken

WHILE many have attempted the region's monster parmy challenge, just a handful have succeeded.

Cotton's Café/Restaurant/Bar in Gatton set the challenge earlier this month for its patrons to devour a 2kg chicken parmigiana.

Kirby McKean finished the Cottone's Caf /Restaurant/Bar 2kg parmy challenge in just 35 minutes.
Kirby McKean finished the Cottone's Caf /Restaurant/Bar 2kg parmy challenge in just 35 minutes. Contributed

The meal is coated in cheese and comes complete with a generous side of chips. It must be finished within two hours.

Out of 33 people who have attempted the meal, just three have finished it.

The 2kg chicken parmy from Cottone's Caf /Restaurant/Bar.
The 2kg chicken parmy from Cottone's Caf /Restaurant/Bar. Contributed

With a time of just 35 minutes, current champion Kirby McKean showed the parmigiana was no challenge at all.

Joining him on the Board of Legends are Brett Lu with a time of 59 minutes and Tyler Temple with a time of one hour and two minutes.

Brett Lu finished the 2kg parmy challenge in 59 minutes.
Brett Lu finished the 2kg parmy challenge in 59 minutes. Contributed

The meal costs $45 and if you beat it you will get your meal for free, exclusive bragging rights as well as a spot on the restaurant's Board of Legends.

To give it a go, call 5462 3663

Tyler Temple is just one of three people to finish the 2kg parmy challenge in one hour and two minutes.
Tyler Temple is just one of three people to finish the 2kg parmy challenge in one hour and two minutes. Contributed



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