Burger King’s new dish is Thailand, and it’s causing a bit of a nervous breakdown for foodies.
“That’s no joke. This is real,” the brand wrote, according to a Facebook translation. The post featured melting 20 slices of American cheese sandwiched between a classic sesame bun — with no meat, veggies, or seasonings.
BK Thailand attracted more lactose lovers on his websiteAccording to a Google translation, he dubbed the burger “The real one, real cheese, full of flavor for those who love cheese.”
The dairy-focused “Super Cheeseburger” debuted Sunday and costs the equivalent of $3.10, a discounted price of $10.90, according to the Facebook post.
However, the guests were not satisfied.
Thailand-based travel writer Richard Barrow weighed in tweeted about the dish, explaining that a recent Thai trend is to “cover literally everything with cheese”.
Though he’s a cheese fan, Barrow said he “fought to eat half of this ‘burger’.”
Burger King has taken some adventurous steps in menu selection.
In 2015, the franchise began production of a limited edition black Halloween Whopper. It was no success.
With the introduction of the meat-free option, the company began to woo the crowd of plant-based products Impossible whopper in 2018.