Japan Burger King unveils extreme, buns-free beef burger

Extreme One Pound Beef Burger (Courtesy of Burger King)

TAIPEI (The China Post) — Since the last time the fast-food chain Burger King teamed up with “Impossible Foods” to launch a vegetarian burger, the company has been constantly looking for new ways to change things up.   

Japanese Burger King launches “Extreme One Pound Beef Burger,” with double-patty beef buns and fresh vegetables to satisfy your taste buds.  

Burger King Japan said that the new product features beef buns instead of buns, with two slices of cheddar cheese, lettuce, tomatoes, pickles, onions, ketchup, and other seasonings in between. 

Extreme One Pound Beef Burger (Courtesy of Burger King)

The burger contains nearly 499 grams (one pound) of grilled beef in total, and this Japan-only burger is Burger King’s first-ever “buns-free” burger.  

To celebrate the launch of “the extreme” burger, the “Maximum Super One Pound Beef Burger,” which was introduced earlier this year, will be back. Both burgers will be available for a limited time starting at 2 p.m. daily from Nov. 20 through Dec. 2. 

Burger King Japan launched “Maximum Super One Pound Beef Burger” earlier this year. (Courtesy of Burger King)