BK rolls out bacon burger fit for a king

by MEAT+POULTRY Staff
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Bacon King
The Bacon King is a permanent menu item at Burger King restaurants.
 

Burger King recently unveiled the Bacon King sandwich, which boasts two ¼-lb. beef patties, six slices of bacon, four slices of American cheese, ketchup and mayonnaise on a sesame seed bun.

“We didn’t hold back with the Bacon King sandwich,” said Alex Macedo, president North America, Burger King Corp. “Six strips of bacon, four slices of cheese and two big beefy flame-grilled patties. The Bacon King sandwich makes meat lovers’ dreams a reality.”

The Bacon King is a permanent item on Burger King’s menu and is available nationwide. The recommended price for the sandwich is $5.99.

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READER COMMENTS (2)

By pat evans 10/29/2016 7:55:15 AM
at the price they charge its the least they could do was to put 6 slices on the sandwhich but its 4 tiny pieces abt 3 in long I don't call that 6 slices of bacon not for 12 bucs for two RIP OFF

By Dan Raygo 10/20/2016 3:54:30 PM
The city I live in is Oconto falls and has about 4000 peaople so restaurants are few around here except for Burger King so I tend to go there quite often. I bought one of your bacon king sandwiches today thinking it was going to be great based on what I have seen on tv. I wasnt impressed. The bacon strip size was weak and there was only 5 not six strips. The bacon barely covered any of the burger. Your picture shows a much different burger than what I received. Thanks but when you describe it as a meat lovers dream it didn't live up to it. Reminded me more of an over priced double stacker. Thanks, Dan Raygo.