BK confirms national rollout of Hand-Breaded Ch’King


If you’ve been eagerly waiting the latest chicken sandwich to hit your local BK – put June 3rd in your diary. That’s the big day for the formal national roll out of the Hand-Breaded Ch’King and according to Burger King, “We committed to not half a**ing our sandwich, and we meant it.”

BK reckon they’ve cracked the chicken sandwich puzzle with this one writing, “For the last two years, we’ve been perfecting the Ch’King, asking ourselves, “what if hand breading were to chicken what flame grilling is to burgers?” We’ve mastered the process, ensuring that every freshly hand-breaded chicken filet has a bite that’s crispy on the outside and juicy on the inside. Served on a toasty, potato bun with crisp pickles and a savory signature sauce, the Ch’King was worth the wait.”

With the launch there’s also a great deal, when you order a hand-breaded Ch’King on the BK app or website, you can get a free Whopper on your order too. The new sandwich comes in several versions, original, spicy and Deluxe, coming with tomato and lettuce instead of pickles.

The new chicken sandwich already rolled out in our local area some time ago, want to know what we thought? Check out the full review here.

Image credit, BK.

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