10 Of The Weirdest Burger King Options Found Around The World
Have a Burger King restaurant located right next to your workplace? It’s an easy craving to get, and you automatically drive over there during each lunch break. However, there comes a time when you look through the menu and nothing really sounds that appetizing. Do you really want another adventure with the Whopper? The Tendercrisp chicken sandwich gets a little expensive after a while. Wouldn’t it be nice to get some interesting variety? Burger King has different selections across the world that aren’t normally found in America. Here are some of the weirdest options that you can purchase out of the country.
The Canadian side of fries covered with cheese curds and beef gravy isn’t only available at Burger King. Wendy’s and McDonald’s throughout the Great North also serve the famous side with meals.
Sprout Surprise Whopper
Having a problem with kids not eating vegetables? Trick them in the UK by having them eat a layer of breaded sprouts with a thick slice of swiss cheese.
Can’t decide whether you want beef or chicken? In Japan, have it all with a Whopper burger topped with a chicken patty and multiple slices of bacon.
Chili Cheese Nuggets
An incredible alternative to chicken nuggets were similar to really good cheeseballs. In the Czech Republic, people can choose gooey, chili cheese-filled nuggets.
Eat your heart out, Baconator. The real deal could be found in Japan, where a whopping 15 strips of bacon would layer the burger. This was simply a limited time promotion, however.
X-tra Long Burger
The “Extra Long” series of burgers and sandwiches didn’t start off in America. Actually, Austria and the Netherlands started off the hit spelled as “X-tra Long,” and then it moved to the states a few years back due to popularity.
Spicy Bean Burger
It’s surprising to see this burger not offered in America, considering the health concerns around obesity. This vegetarian burger tries to give the satisfaction of eating a normal spicy burger.
No, it’s not what you think. Instead of a patty with pizza filling, Japan’s take is actually a gigantic Whopper that’s split into multiple pieces. Like a pizza, people can order different kinds of toppings for each section.
Crunchy Cheese Whopper
This would be an incredible idea to bring stateside. A classic Whopper is topped with a deep-fried layer of oozy cheese, similar to a really huge and flat cheeseball. It can be found in Egypt.
Windows 7 Whopper
Japan really couldn’t be outdone with its incredible offerings. Perhaps the weirdest one was during the Windows 7 operating system release, where they gave people seven burger patties in a Whopper burger.