Burger King in Japan Launches Black Cheeseburger
First Chinese McDonald’s launched a rank looking set of black and white burger, and now Japanese Burger King are selling black cheesebu...
First Chinese McDonald’s launched a rank looking set of black and white burger, and now Japanese Burger King are selling black cheeseburgers – as in black buns with a patty and melted black cheese.
Erm no, that’s not OK.
The popular fast food restaurant has been selling the Kuro Burger since 2012, but the cheese layer is a whole new ingredient being unleashed for 2014.
The black colouring comes from charcoal and is apparent in both the bun, and, as you can clearly see – the cheese.
There’s also a squid ink, onion and garlic sauce to really top of the dark and pretty ghastly looking creation.
The one on the left looks like a goth, if a goth was a burger (Picture: Burger King)
The ugly burger launches nationwide in Japan on September 19 with two varieties – one with salad and one without, but thankfully there’s no plans as of yet to bring them to the UK market.
We think we’ll *probably* be sticking to our XL Bacon Double Cheeseburger. Mmm.