Burger King Secret Menu

Take a look at the Burger King menu and you will see a wide assortment of your favorite and classic burgers in both meat and vegetarian form: the Whopper, Big King, and BK Stackers, the BK Chicken Fries, chicken nuggets, the Spicy Bean Burger not to mention other items like breakfast sandwiches, Yumbo and hotdogs. But the next time you are feeling adventurous, ask for one of the choices on the Burger King Secret Menu.

A note to the health conscious: if you are going down the secret menu road, save it for your “treat day” and totally enjoy the explosive flavor in BK’s tender and juicy meat and indulgent toppings!

 

 

Suicide Burger

Never mind the $3.99 price tag. Instead, appreciate that it’s named Suicide Burger for good reason – you are essentially committing hara-kiri, health-wise, with this combo of 4 beef patties, 4 cheese slices and a generous helping of bacon and Burger King’s special sauce — all stacked between a sesame seed buns. Delicious, but don’t have plans to move quickly for several hours after enjoying!

If the very title “Suicide Burger” intimidates you but you are still craving something big, ask for the Quad Stacker. Burger King will be only too happy to grant your wish for a 4-layer mountain of meaty goodness.

 

Burger King Club

For another $3.99 on your tab, you can enjoy a non-traditional chicken sandwich quite unlike many other fast-food restaurant offerings. You will get warm sesame seed buns filled with a delish combo of crispy chicken, as only Burger King can make it, as well as lettuce, tomato, bacon, and cheese. If you order this and are treated to a blank stare, have no fear, this BK newbie has likely not been introduced to this secret menu choice – simply shift your order to the Original Chicken Sandwich and then add the toppings of cheese, bacon and tomato.

 

Rodeo Burger

For an affordable $1.49 per order, you get Burger King’s take on the classic western bacon cheeseburger. Order either a Whopper or a Whopper Jr. and then ask for the addition of barbecue sauce and onion rings on the burger. When you take your first bite, you will understand why it is still on the Burger King Secret Menu.

 

 

Mustard Whopper

Burger King is known for its generous slathering of mayonnaise over the sesame seed buns, which complements the juicy tenderness of the patty and the freshness of the vegetable toppings. But not everybody loves the creaminess of mayonnaise on their burgers and, thus, Burger King came up with the Mustard Whopper. As its name implies, this is the beloved Whopper but with mustard as its base instead of creamy mayonnaise. You can even ask for a mayonnaise-mustard combo, with either of these choices being free.

 

The BK BLT

Burger King Secret MenuDepending on your appetite, you can pay $1.79 for a Whopper Junior or $3.49 for a Whopper, both of which are Burger King’s version of the BLT sandwich. While the Whopper is already an impressive sandwich on its own, there is always room for improvement in burgers. In the case of the Burger King BLT, you take the classic Whopper with its juicy beef patties topped with fresh tomatoes and lettuce and then add crispy bacon strips on top. Just thinking of the combo of beef, bacon and vegetables on sesame seed buns will make your mouth water.

 

 

The Burger King Ham & Cheese

For just $1.99 per order, you can have the Burger King Ham and Cheese sandwich. What makes it outstanding is the luscious, gooey goodness of the melted cheese oozing over the ham. Just ask the server for the standard ham and cheese but put on a sesame seed bun and voila! An entrée that can double as a meal for the budget- and waist-conscious.

 

Frings

A delicious hybrid of French fries and onion rings, you will no longer need to choose which one will accompany your meal. No worries as Burger King has found a way to satisfy your cravings for both the crispy treats – Frings! It’s basically just half French fries and half onion rings in a single order with prices ranging from $1.69 for small and $2.29 for large.

 

Come to Burger King now and satisfy your appetite for the best burger and sides secret menu in town!

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79 Comments

  1. The prices need to be updated. I was thankful I was prepared for inconsistencies.

    The Double Whopper is now $5.82 (+tax $6.40 in my location)

    1. no, at least the one that i currently work at does not. they do offer a senior sized coffee and i believe that it is like 60 or 70 cents

  2. Fast food is not cheap anymore! 10.00 bucks for a meal is not cheap! I can get a better,hot meal at my local supermarket for 5.00 and even share with somebody ,it is that big.

  3. The girl in the window was awesome perfect customer service she sure knew how to make me smile which I needed that today thank you whitney

  4. I ordered a small fry today assuming it was the value fry size/price and to my surprise it isn’t the same. It was $.45 more than the small fry. I typically eat at McD’s and the small fry is the value fry, no special wording needed. Not to mention I ordered a vanilla shake and got a chocolate one.

  5. They are still running commercials about the Deals for more of a fair price on their food which can compete with Mcdonalds. However if I go to Burger King Today and they tell me “Sorry, we aren’t running that Deal” I and many others will refuse to give Burger King money. Your food is overpriced! You can’t even compete with your competitor properly! So you better be still running the Deal that I just seen on the Commercial. Your Food when not on sale is overpriced! Sincerely, A Disgruntled Customer

  6. BURGER KING AND MCDONALD’S ARE BOTH HIDING THEIR DOLLAR VALUE MENUS!!!!!!!
    The way that burger king hides it is by listing the cheap items online, but omitting them from the menu when you order. They do this to increase sales. The average person will only order what they see. Burger King Mgr confirmed this when I addressed it yesterday. She was so ashamed. She did however say that it’s the owner doing it and that it’s an individual owner (no franchised).
    McDonal’d does it a different way. Their fancy screens change and change and change but IF you address the fact that it is not showing the dollar menu, then they lay crazy an say “oh it must be broken” then quickly offer to take your order.
    GO ONLINE FIRST AN LOOK AT THE MENU FOR ANY RESTAURANT THAT YOU VISIT FOR THE FULL MENU AND PRICES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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