Fast Food

Burger King Replaces Beef With Chicken to Create New Chicken Big King


Last fall, Burger King introduced their version of McDonalds’ signature sandwich. Burger King’s latest sandwich is the poultry cousin to the original Big King, called none other than the Chicken Big King. The new sandwich is extremely similar to the Big King featuring pickles, onions, lettuce, American cheese, King sauce, and a triple bun. Literally the only difference between the two sandwiches is that the Chicken Big King has two chicken patties instead of beef patties.

Burger King isn’t the first chain to offer up a double chicken burger. KFC debuted their Big Boss sandwich last month in Canada and even Big Mac originator McDonalds created their own Chicken Big Mac, which unfortunately is only offered in Arabia.

The new Chicken Big King will cost you $3.59 but it’s also being offered as part of Burger King’s 2 for $5 deal, which means you can get both Big Kings for a pretty sweet deal.

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Fast Food

The ‘Big King’ is Burger King’s New ‘Big Mac’ Imitation, Here’s What it Looks Like


It’s called the Big King, it’s new to the Burger King menu, and it looks adorably similar to the infamous Big Mac, McDonald’s most famous burger offering.

GrubGrade blog reminds us that we haven’t seen this burger since in the 90s, and that the Big King has likely been off the menu for over a decade. There are even Facebook pages dedicated to drumming up hype around its revival.

The Big King nestles two fire-grilled beef patties under a sesame seed bun, a slice of American cheese, iceberg lettuce, onions, pickles, and thousand isle style dressing. Oh yeah, they even have that obligatory Big Mac-esque middle bun for all the carb-counters to pull out.

All the current collateral for this piece notes that it is available for a limited time only.

H/T GrubGrade