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I’ve decided to try something new for this review. Instead of the normal write-up, such as Backyard BBQ Pretzel from Mugg & Bean, I filmed a short video about the Big King. This will be the first of many so please excuse the amateurishness of it. Not too long ago, Burger King South Africa launched the Big King hamburger. And, yes, it looks incredibly similar to the McDonald’s famous BigMac. This means that I just had to try it out and see how the two compare. The burger itself consists of two beef patties, lettuce, gherkins, onion, cheese, and a mayo-type sauce. The medium meal isRead More →

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January 2017: January and February, possibly the two longest months of the year in the history of forever all over the world. Yes, it’s honestly that bad. However, if you’re a fan of BURGER KING® South Africa then you’ll be ballin’ on a budget thanks to the King Value Meals (from R29.90) which feature a burger, medium KING fries and a small cool drink. Nestled between a fresh bun, you have the option of ordering a double or triple patty topped off with tomato, lettuce and mayo, and even adding cheese. If you’re slightly more daring, consider the spicy option with jalapenos and spicy mayo.Read More →

The Whopper is Burger King‘s signature hamburger; it has stood at the forefront of the brand for the longest of times. I decided to try out this mascot burger to see if was worth a bite, or better left as a last resort. I’d like to make it very clear that I didn’t order the standard Whopper hamburger, but rather added a slice of cheese to the ‘sandwich.’ The Whopper consists of a “flame grilled” beef patty, sliced tomatoes, sliced onions, lettuce, mayonnaise, Heinz tomato sauce, and gherkins in a lightly toasted sesame seed bun. It is wrapped in a bit of grease proof paper toRead More →

Fast food chain, Burger King, has opened its first Eastern Cape location today in Port Elizabeth. The restaurant is located at the Sasol service station on 92 Pickering Street. “We’re excited to continue growing the Burger King brand throughout South Africa. We know that PE locals have been longing to sink their teeth in to the famous 100% pure beef flame-grilled Whopper for some time, and we’re sure they will enjoy it as much as the rest of the country,” writes CEO of Grand Foods, Alan Keet (Show Me). “By expanding to yet another province, it allows us to continue growing our footprint and serveRead More →