Skip to comments.Burger King Hopes Once You Go Black, You Never Go Back with their new Kuro Burger (Japan)
Posted on 09/26/2012 10:27:58 AM PDT by EveningStar
Burger King is currently celebrating their 5th year in Japan. But in an already saturated fast food market the famous American chain is a little late to the game.
So, in an effort to truly stand out from the crowd, Burger King Japan has designed fast foods first black hamburger. Dubbed the Kuro Burger (lit. Black Burger), it will go on sale for a limited time starting 28 September.
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Beef patties between two buffalo chips...that ought be be yummy. /s
(That is also the ugliest looking thing I've ever seen.)
Why are they saying 5th year? There were Burger Kings here when I came here 14 years ago. They closed all of their shops in Japan for a few years... then came back... o.O
Nothing tastes more disgusting than a cold Whopper.
I predict this will be a Whopper of a FAILURE. It looks disgusting.
Opinions vary. When I was in College the local Burger King would have $0.50 Whopper night, and I'd buy a few bucks' worth, keep 'em in the fridge, and eat 'em cold as a snack.
If they made a Hello Kitty burger it’d probably sell more than this.
There’s a reason most food isn’t black. And it ain’t racist.
Looks like my wife’s cooking. At my house we know when it is time to eat because the smoke alarm goes off.
One of the joys of aging, is to escape the tyranny of the young male appetite.
It is wonderful to enjoy 2 whoppers and a coke as a generous meal rather than as a mere snack.
Anything I could say here would just get me banned.
If the burger was spiced differently from the normal way, a pumpernickle bun could be interesting.
Ever eat cold pizza right out of the fridge, without heating it up?
whopper on pumpernickel?
Well, that might be almost as good as the “pulled socialist” BBQ sandwiches I suggested on another thread.
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