Burger King is well-known for both the flame-broiled burger patties that it serves as well as its philosophy of letting customers to “have it your way.” It’s probable that you won’t be able to make up your mind about which flame-kissed burger to order, especially when they all have titles that seem so fancy, like “Steakhouse King.”
In order to be of service to you in selecting which burger is worth the money, I put each one through its paces with the help of my husband, Jonathan, who enjoys eating meat. He rated each burger on a scale from one to five.
The following is a rating, from very decent to the absolute best, of the Burger King burgers that had the best flavor and that we would order again, based on how likely we are to order them again. (However, in the interest of full disclosure, we are unsure of how regularly we will place an order because the website is difficult to browse, and it looks that many of their locations do not enable online ordering.)
If Burger King is your go-to spot for fast food, then you won’t need to look any further for our rankings of how each burger fared in contrast to the others because we’ve already done the work for you. For further information, please refer to our post titled “We Tried Every Burger at McDonald’s and This Is the Best.”
This burger is made in an easy manner, and it features pickles and ketchup as toppings. Even though it didn’t make our hearts race, it was a nice way to get a taste of that flavor that comes from being flame-broiled. Even though it didn’t make our hearts race, it was a good way to get a taste of that flavor. If keeping track of your calorie intake is something that is really important to you, this option is one of the few that has fewer calories than the others.
2. Bacon King
The bacon wasn’t as apparent as you might expect it to be in a burger with the word “bacon” in the name, but this was still an excellent product overall, despite the fact that the word “bacon” was in the name. It is made consisting of two beef patties that are covered with American cheese, ketchup, and mayonnaise, and then two slices of bacon are placed on top of the whole thing. However, because it costs $6.49 at the Burger King near us, it is one of the pricier selections; as a result, we are hesitant as to whether or not we will ever eat it again.
3. Double Stacker
The distinction between this one and the Bacon King was not easy to make out. In addition to that, it has cheddar, bacon, and two patties that are each quarter of a pound in weight. The “Stacker Sauce,” which appeared to be a tangy sauce based on mayonnaise, is what differentiates this from other offerings that are comparable in nature.
And it was a delicious morsel to enjoy. To tell you the truth, though, much like with the Bacon King, we did not come away from the whole experience feeling very impressed.
4. Steakhouse King
For those of you who, like me, are crazy about A1 sauce, this is the burger of your wildest imagination. This meal consists of two quarter-pound burgers, three half-strips of bacon, American cheese, A1 sauce, and crispy onion rings. I thought the burger was a wonderful treat altogether, despite the fact that the crunchy onions were somewhat masked by the other components of the burger that were going on at the same time.
5. Whopper with Cheese
This classic option came with one patty, which we requested, and it met all of our expectations in terms of flavor. Jonathan pointed out that even if you receive all of the toppings that come with the triple, “the patties are overwhelmed.” When compared to a double Whopper, we believe that a triple Whopper achieves a more satisfactory level of harmony.
6. Triple Whopper
This was Jonathan’s favorite burger of the night, and if you want to chow down on something that tastes like a restaurant burger, this is certainly the best value for your money. If you want to chow down on something that tastes like a restaurant burger. I couldn’t agree with him more when he said, “It’s all about the toppings on this one,” and he added that.
We chose to ignore the reality that everything was a complete disaster in order to continue. The burger has three thin patties as its base, and the toppings include American cheese, fresh onion, tomatoes, pickles, lettuce, and mayonnaise.
When I eat something for the first time, the raw onion is usually the first thing I take out of the dish. However, I thought that the raw onion gave this meal a good kick. The most substantial choice we were given came with a price tag of $7.29, but considering how substantial it was, we felt that it was money well spent.
7. Rodeo Burger
This one, without a shadow of a question, takes the cake as my top pick out of the bunch. I don’t require a massive burger to satisfy my appetite, but I do want something that will get people’s attention so that I can have it. The Rodeo Burger bears up to its name by featuring two onion rings, American cheese, “sweet and smoky BBQ sauce,” and a beef patty as its toppings. In addition, the Rodeo Burger is served with a beef patty. This burger did not disappoint. If you don’t feel like splurging on an entire side of onion rings but still want some, this burger is a good option to consider as a compromise between the two extremes.