Leah Shutkever to take on new Birmingham eating challenge

By Rebecca Sayce | Birmingham | Dining out | Published:

Birmingham-based restaurant Holy Moly is celebrating the launch of its new Not So Holy Challenge, with the help of pro-eater Leah Shutkever.

Holy Moly

The six-time Official World Record Holder will take on the new challenge on February 3. The Harlem-inspired feast is made up on four fully loaded Not So Holy burgers and a portion of fries to be eaten in 30 minutes.

The challenge will open to the public on February 4 for £30. Those who complete the challenge will receive their food for free.

Winners will also have their photograph displayed on a board within the restaurant as well as on Holy Moly's social media pages.

Holy Moly

Paul Elliot, head of Business at Holy Moly said: “We are extremely excited to be teaming up with Leah Shutkever as she takes on the Not So Holy Challenge.

"As a six-time Official World Record Holder, we are looking forward to seeing how our soul food platter fares up to Leah’s previous challenges.”

For more information and to book, click here.

Rebecca Sayce

By Rebecca Sayce

Entertainment journalist for Express & Star and Shropshire Star. Contact me:

Sorry, we are not accepting comments on this article.


Top Stories


More from the Express & Star


UK & International News