Burger King’s new Big King XL sandwich has arrived, and it sounds delicious.
The Miami-based burger chain says the Big King XL has more than half pound of flame-grilled beef. If that’s true, then Burger King’s new menu item has 175% more juicy beef than a Big Mac.
Burger King’s new Big King XL sandwich comes with two 100 percent beef patties which together weigh more than half pound.
The new sandwich also features two slices of creamy melted American cheese, salt and pepper seasoning, pickles, sliced onions, and the chain’s special Stacker sauce. All served on a toasted sesame seed bun.
Although the sandwich is new in the US, it has been available outside of the United States for some time now.
However, UK’s version, for example, has Irish and British beef patties, and it contains 30 more calories.
Big King XL Burger Nutrition Information
- 980 Calories
- 63 Grams of Fat
- 27 Grams of Saturated Fat
- 3.5 Grams of Trans Fat
- 215 Milligrams of Cholesterol
- 1660 Milligrams of Sodium
- 51 Grams of Carbs
- 2 Grams of Fiber
- 11 Grams of Sugar
- 56 Grams of Protein
The Big King XL is available now at Burger King locations nationwide for a suggested price of $5.99. This is a limited-time offer, so grab yours while it’s still on the menu.
Also, if you still have MacCoins lying around and you also happen to be in Chicago, you can use them at a BK restaurant near you to buy a Big King XL sandwich.