Burger King Thailand sells ‘Real Cheeseburgers’ with no meat, customers call it an ‘abomination’

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With a new sandwich that claims to be a “Real Cheeseburger,” but contains no meat at all, Burger King has caused an internet phenomenon in Thailand. Burger King Thailand currently has a strange menu item on the menu that some people find disgusting: 20 slices of American cheese sandwiched between two sesame buns.

The company declared on Facebook on Sunday that the campaign will take place from July 11 to July 13 and be open to everyone in the nation. “Not for fun, this is for real,” the company wrote. Customers can purchase “The Real Cheeseburger” for 109 THB, or approximately $3.10, making it somewhat less expensive than an actual cheeseburger, which costs 129 THB, or roughly $3.70.

Thanaporn Chatcharaporn, a customer from Bangkok who tasted the alleged burger at a Burger King, claimed she was unable to finish it.

Salty and Potent Odor

It’s extremely salty. Nearly too salty to consume,” stated Chatcharaporn. The odor is also extremely potent. I couldn’t finish it since I had chills after the first bite. I wanted to give it a try simply to see how it went.

On TikTok, the meal has gone viral after other users posted their own (mainly bad) evaluations. In his unfavorable review for Lifestyle Asia, journalist Eric Surbano claimed Burger King had committed a “crime” and that “it sucks.”

Burger King kindly included some ketchup packets, maybe implying that ketchup might help, but there is no sauce, Surbano wrote. “But the team and I gave this thing a bite without any toppings, and it was as revolting as you thought it would be: dry, jarring to the stomach, and literally a thousand calories worth of unnecessary processed cheese.” Richard Barrow, a well-known travel blogger, observed that “putting cheese on literally everything” is a trend in Thailand but criticized Burger King for skipping the meat.

Burger King Thailand unveils meatless burger stuffed with 20 slices of cheese

I adore cheese, but I found it difficult to consume even half of this “burger.” I suppose I ought to grill the other half. How do you feel? Tweets from Barrow. Mission accomplished if the menu option was a marketing gimmick designed to surprise guests and spark conversation on social media. Burger King declined to comment when contacted by Fox Business over the possibility of introducing “The Real Cheeseburger” to American markets.

Limited-time deal

Burger King Thailand is the only market where this limited-time deal is offered, according to a company spokeswoman. The promotion expires on July 13th, tomorrow. Richard Barrow, a well-known travel blogger, observed that “putting cheese on literally everything” is a trend in Thailand but criticized Burger King for skipping the meat.

I adore cheese, but I found it difficult to consume even half of this “burger.” I suppose I ought to grill the other half. How do you feel? Tweets from Barrow. Mission accomplished if the menu option was a marketing gimmick designed to surprise guests and spark conversation on social media. Burger King declined to comment when contacted by Fox Business over the possibility of introducing “The Real Cheeseburger” to American markets.

Burger King Thailand is the only market where this limited-time deal is offered, according to a company spokeswoman. The promotion expires on July 13th, tomorrow.

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