If I'm going out for a fast-food burger, I tend to want it to be as big as possible. I want to feel a hefty burger in my hands and feel uncomfortably full afterwards. It's just who I am! Luckily for me, and, well, for all of us really, Burger King is reportedly bringing back a massive fan-favorite burger that packs a whole lot of stuff in between its buns.
According to Chew Boom, Burger King will soon be welcoming back the Big King XL Burger, which it first introduced last year. The burger is made with a half-pound of beef, melted American cheese, onions, pickles, lettuce and "savory sauce" on a toasted sesame bun.
If this sounds kind of familiar to you, yes, this burger seemed to be created in order to compete with a certain McDonald's creation...the Big Mac. Burger King claims that the burger has 175 percent more beef than the Big Mac (though no word yet on how it stacks up to the new Double Big Mac).
Though we haven't spotted this on Burger King menus just yet, we reached out to Burger King to check and they confirmed that they will be rolling out again for a limited time starting April 2. It's not too good to be true!
If you're already excited to pick on up, they'll be available later this week for about $5.99 at participating Burger Kings. Some people have already started spotting them though, so be sure to keep your eyes on that drive-thru menu.
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