I ate "Avocado Chili Cheese Burger" at First Kitchen Wendy's. Although it is called chili, it is not so spicy, but rather a taste reminiscent of "salsa". The soft texture of the avocado reminded me of tacos and taco rice.
Avoca chili cheese burger is 580 yen (tax included). It is said that it uses a sauce that brings out the flavor of the ingredients by combining several kinds of spices such as chili powder, cumin, oregano, which are reminiscent of Wendy's popular "chili", and onions, beef, and pork. Also, avocado and cheddar cheese that go well with chili, fresh tomatoes, lettuce, and 100% beef patty are sandwiched between buns.
When I heard the material, I thought "Oh?", But just by trying a bite, it feels like taco or taco rice. Perhaps because the chili sauce isn't so spicy, I was conscious of not only the texture of the thick avocado but also the sweet flavor, and I enjoyed the texture of raw vegetables.
There is only one patty, but it is thick and big. No matter what angle you bite from one end to the other, you'll be a little happy if you're eating a lot of meat, thanks to the voluminous feel that you can't finish with just one bite.
It may be a little overwhelming for those who heard that it was chili and expected it to be spicy, but if you think "a hamburger like taco rice? I want to eat it", it will be interesting to try it.