These are the best Burger King burgers – Eat This, Not That


Burger King is known for its flame-grilled burger patties and letting customers “do as they see fit.” However, you might not know which flambé burger to choose, especially with fancy names like “Steakhouse King.” To help you decide which burger is worth it, I put each one to the test with the help of my carnivorous husband, Jonathan.

Here are the best Burger King burgers we would order again, ranked from best to absolute best. (To be fair, though, we don’t know how often we’ll be ordering — the website is convoluted, and many of their locations don’t seem to offer online ordering.) If Burger King is your favorite fast food restaurant, take a look. no further for our ranking of how each burger stacked up. And for more, check out We Tryed Every Burger at McDonald’s & This Is the Best.


burger king burger

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This is a simply prepared burger topped with pickles and ketchup. It didn’t get our heart racing, but it was a great way to sample that flame-grilled flavor. If calories are important to you, this one is on the lower end of the spectrum.

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king of bacon

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The bacon isn’t as noticeable as you might think in a burger with “bacon” in the name, but overall it was a tasty package. It includes two beef patties topped with American cheese, ketchup, mayonnaise and, duh, two strips of bacon. At $6.49 at our local BK, however, it’s one of the more expensive options, so we’re not sure we’ll order it again.

Double stacker

burger king double stacker burger

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This was almost indistinguishable from the Bacon King. It also has two 1/4 pound patties, cheese and bacon. The difference here, however, is the “Stacker sauce”, which appeared to be a hot sauce made with mayonnaise. And it was delicious. But honestly, just like with the Bacon King, we weren’t impressed overall. 6254a4d1642c605c54bf1cab17d50f1e

king of the steakhouse

Burger King Steakhouse King Burger

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If you like A1 sauce, like me, this is a dream burger. It’s two 1/4 pound patties with three half strips of bacon, American cheese, A1 sauce and crispy onions. The crispy onions kind of get lost in the mix, but that’s okay; it was a good burger anyway.

cheese whopper

burger king whopper

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We ordered the only galette from this classic option, and it was good. You still get all the toppings you do with the triple, but, as Jonathan pointed out, “the patties are overflowing.” There’s more balance with a triple Whopper and, we’d bet, with a double.

Triple Whopper

burger king triple whopper

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It was Jonathan’s favorite burger of the night, and honestly, it’s probably the best value if you want to eat something resembling a restaurant burger. “It’s all about the toppings on this one,” he said. It was messy, but we forgave him. The burger features three thin patties topped with American cheese, fresh onion, tomatoes, pickles, lettuce and mayonnaise. I normally pick the onion raw, but I found the spiciness really worked here. It was the most expensive option we ordered at $7.29, but well worth it for the weight.

rodeo burger

burger king rodeo burger

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This one was my favorite, hands down. I don’t need a huge burger to satisfy me, but I do need a little wow factor. The Rodeo Burger has a beef patty topped with American cheese, “sweet and smoky BBQ sauce” and two onion rings, and it totally delivers. If you don’t want to splurge on a whole side of onion rings, consider compromising with this burger.

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