Burger King adds new 'gourmet' Argentinian and Steakhouse burgers to menu
Burger King launched a new 'gourmet' burger today and brought back an old favourite with a new recipe.
The fast food chain has reintroduced the Steakhouse burger with a new recipe and revealed a completely new burger, 'The Argentinian'.
Both burgers are available to order as of Monday October 11 as part of the chain's 'Gourmet Kings' range.
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Burger King says: "The Argentinian is a 100% flame-grilled British and Irish Aberdeen Angus beef, garnished with delicately sliced onions, fresh rocket and British and Irish oak smoked cheddar cheese. Finished with a dash of chilli sauce, an additional layer of crispy onions and drizzled with delicious Chimichurri mayo, in a lightly toasted golden brioche bun for the ultimate bite.
"The Steakhouse is a revamped smoky sensation. Another flavoursome 100% flame grilled British and Irish Aberdeen Angus beef burger including slices of juicy tomatoes, a dash of mayo, crispy onions and fresh rocket. Topped with British and Irish melted oak smoked cheddar, sweet crispy bacon slices and tasty BBQ sauce, it’s finished in a deliciously tasting brioche bun.
Katie Evans, Chief Marketing Officer at Burger King UK, states; “Our new Gourmet Kings collection has been in development for over a year. We took the time to create and source the perfect ingredients to complement and elevate our flame-grilled, 100% Aberdeen Angus beef. With oak smoked British and Irish cheddar and layers of fresh ingredients, we’re delighted to finally serve the Gourmet Kings range to customers across our restaurants and via delivery.”
The Gourmet Kings range is priced at £8.79 in restaurants and £9.99 on delivery.
Rival McDonald's has recently reintroduced the Double Big Mac.
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