After six decades of serving time-tested favorites that folks seem to enjoy and occasionally screwing about with new french fries, Burger King has decided it’s time to experiment with Tex-Mex for some godawful reason. So they put most of a Whopper in a soft tortilla. Sure.
Last week Burger King announced it would be subjecting innocent Americans to deep-fried, Cheetos-crusted macaroni and cheese sticks. Snacktaku is pleased to report that Mac N’ Cheetos taste much better than they look.
Burger King is out of control and doesn’t care who it hurts.
Looking to stay competitive with gas stations, baseball stadiums and guys with dirty food carts, Burger King today became the biggest restaurant-based seller of hot dogs in the nation. But who goes to a restaurant for a regular hot dog? Aside from me, I mean.
Remember last year’s black cheeseburger? This year, Burger King is serving up red cheeseburgers in Japan. That’s right, red. Why? Because these burgers are effing PISSED OFF.
This is not a fake April Fools’ Day joke. You can actually buy Burger King cologne today in Japan. Promise!
And it seems the fragrance, which is dubbed "Flame-Grilled," will be released only in Japan. On April 1st. Hang on a second... But wait, this is supposedly an actual product.
Last I checked, the cheese for cheeseburgers goes inside the burger, not slathered on top. These, however, aren't typical cheeseburgers. They're fondue burgers. Oh.
You know, like raspberries, cranberries, and blueberries. And the burger is called the "Premium Berry."
There is no disappointment as widespread and meekly accepted as the true appearance of fast food versus advertising glamour shots. As MediocreFilms proves in this hidden camera video, it doesn't have to be that way.
Asia seems to have a fascination with scatalogically-themed things. From the dessert restaurant in Taiwan and Japan (with a location in NYC), to now Burger King China's latest cold beverage, the PooPoo* Smoothie.
Dark outfits. Throwing stars. Burgers? When you think of ninja, you probably think of their lore. You don't think of Burger King. You might now.
Earlier today Burger King revealed the ridiculously-tagged Satisfries, a new crinkle-cut potato product that's lighter and leaner than the competition. As it turns out, they are not the saddest fries. They might be the best fast food fries going.
Burger King has unveiled Satisfries, a new potato product aimed at making people feel better about eating them using percentages and downward-pointing arrows. I feel healthier already. Thanks, numbers and arrows! Find out more here, while I prepare for a short road trip to see if they're the saddest fries.
Remember the dude who ordered a Burger King burger with a thousand slices of bacon? Well, he's back! This time he's ordered a hamburger with a hundred slices of grilled onion. Because a thousand slices would be insane.
One of my favorite flavors in the entire world is the warm and spicy snap of gingerbread. The taste instantly transports me back to my childhood, to the warm glow of Christmas lights, the scent of pine and the safe feeling of being surrounded by people that love me.
To mark the fifth year of Burger King's return to Japan, the fast food chain is once again offering a special deal for a limited time: an all-you-can-eat burger buffet.