Burger King Brings Back Small Fare
MIAMI, Fla. -- Many fast-food chains go for bigger and bolder when introducing new menu items, but Burger King is instead thinking small. Recently, the company debuted BK Minis, which are small burgers and chicken sandwiches, according to a Nation's Restaurant News report.
The Minis are available in packs of four for $2.99, eight for $5.99 or 12 for $7.99, and are intended to be snacks or shared with friends, according to Burger King.
"Versatility makes them the perfect snacking option for our guests to enjoy with their friends and families," said Steve Wiborg, president, North America, for Burger King Corp.
The new sandwiches could be considered a sequel to 2009's Burger Shots, which gave the chain’s restaurants unexpected trouble when the small patties slipped through boiler grates, according to a New Mexico Business Weekly report.
BK Mini burgers come with dill pickles and ketchup, while the breaded chicken sandwiches come with dill pickles and mayonnaise, according to the media reports.