A $10 “buffet” burger at Bravo grocery store, which has since been removed from its shelves, was advertised on the online store.
The burger, which is made with ground beef, onion, lettuce, tomato and bacon, had a price tag of $10.99.
“You can get it for under $10 at Bravos online stores,” the promotional video says.
It also shows the restaurant’s website, which states the burger is “made to order”.
A Twitter user who identifies himself as “BiggestBacon” tweeted about the burger, writing: “Bravo now says that it’s removing the burger from its menu.
No more $10 burgers?”
“It’s now a $6.99 burger.
It’s a total shame,” he added.
The video also features footage of the burger being served at a restaurant, which was previously described as a “buffets” restaurant.
The “buffeting” burger has now been removed.
However, the “buffetting” burger will still be available on the Bravos website.
According to the restaurant, it was created in August last year and was meant to be a “small-batch” item, as it’s not normally sold at Bravots.
“We didn’t intend it to be anything like this,” a spokesman for the company said in a statement to Mashable.
“Our burgers are designed to be served at home, or on a weekend brunch, or just to make us feel good.”
“The burgers are made with fresh ingredients, which are sourced from the best local suppliers and are cooked at our kitchen to perfection,” the statement added.
“Brunswick is a family-owned and operated business, and we’re proud to serve our customers as well as our employees.
Our burgers are always hand-selected and cooked on the spot.”
The restaurant said it has “a very large and loyal” customer base, which it said it hoped would “support us in making Bravo a better place”.
“We know that you want to find our food, and so we are committed to making it easy for you to do so,” it added.