WAITING FOR SECOND BUYER
On the other hand, it took De Veen more than five months to complete the ingredients and try various recipes. On the last day, it took nearly nine hours to prepare the hamburger. De Veen’s world record attempt is currently under review by the Barcelona-based Official World Records Association.
“It was my childhood dream to set a world record and it feels great. We’ve had a tough year due to Covid-19. However, good times are ahead for the entire catering and hospitality industry, and it’s a great start,” said De Veen.
Veen, who runs the restaurant founded by his family 30 years ago, is now looking for a second buyer for The Golden Boy.