I took this picture because I found the selling point / slogan 吃不過癮的美味 weird.
I mean I would use 吃(得)不過癮 on something negative, for example when the quantity of food is not enough, or if the food is too expensive, or if I am too full to eat the tasty food, or if there is not enough time to enjoy the food, or if the companions and/or environment are unpleasant. I don't have a positive interpretation for it.
So have I missed something? Like perhaps for trendy people it means that the food is really good? What do you think?