Sonic Drive-In has teamed up with King’s Hawaiian for the first time to introduce two brand new sandwiches made with the bakery’s popular King’s Hawaiian bread.
King’s Hawaiian is making a name for itself in the fast food scene. The company also collaborated with Arby’s earlier this year to offer unique sandwiches such as the Big Kahuna and Luau Chicken.
Sonic’s new sandwiches are the King’s Hawaiian Chicken Club and the King’s Hawaiian Burger Club. Both sandwiches feature the chain’s signature sauce and King’s Hawaiian Bun.
The King’s Hawaiian Burger Club comes with a 100 percent beef patty topped with bacon, melted Swiss cheese, tomato, lettuce, and Sonic’s signature sauce on a King’s Hawaiian Bun.
The new King’s Hawaiian Chicken Club comes with a fried-chicken patty topped with bacon and natural Swiss cheese. It also includes bacon, lettuce, tomato, and Sonic’s signature sauce. All sandwiched between two King’s Hawaiian buns.
Sonic Drive-In’s new sandwiches will sell at a suggested price of $4.99 each. However, prices may vary.
Both sandwiches will be available at participating Sonic Drive-In restaurants nationwide starting Monday, April 29, 2019. The King’s Hawaiian Chicken Club and Burger Club will only be available for a limited time. So be sure to try them before it’s too late.