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What You Should Absolutely Never Order At Burger King

What You Should Absolutely Never Order At Burger King
Planning a visit to your local

Burger

King

? Do yourself a favor and don't

order

these menu items. From unappetizing calorie bombs to fish sandwiches that might not be so fresh, here are some fast-food meals you

should

absolutely

never

order

at

Burger

King

.

Burger

King

's Single Stacker

King

is a quarter-pounder topped with bacon, cheese, and

what

the fast-food chain calls a "special Stacker sauce." Calorie-wise, it's nothing too crazy, coming in at a digestible 700 calories. Well, its big brother is that

burger

on steroids. "

What

more do you want?" "You got the single, you got the double, you got the triple." "Hey

King

, I think I may have dripped on you." The Triple Stacker

King

is huge, obnoxious, and has more calories than any other item on the

Burger

King

menu. This monster

burger

includes three patties, multiple slices of cheese, and more bacon than anyone

should

ever consume in a single sitting. In short, it's a beast of a

burger

that's best avoided. Before getting into The Triple Stacker

King

's calorie count, remember when critics slammed

Burger

King

for its Smoked Bacon and Cheddar Double Angus

burger

in 2012? The

burger

was 966 calories…a fact that rattled Tam Fry, a spokesperson for the National Obesity Forum. Fry remarked that: "This

burger

is the height of irresponsibility and, if left unfettered, the food industry will do nothing to help stem the current obesity epidemic." Well. With its...
what you should absolutely never order at burger king
gut-busting 1,370 calories, The Triple Stacker

King

basically laughs in the face of those critics. And considering how many calories are in this

burger

, you'd expect every bite to be a taste of beefy heaven. Well, Brand Eating didn't exactly give it a winning endorsement. The reviewer felt the

burger

was good if you wanted a bunch of meat and cheese, but concluded: "This was a bit much for me." Considering that it's stuffed with six slices of bacon, it's safe to say

Burger

King

's Triple Stacker

King

is "a bit much" for everybody. The Big Fish is essentially

Burger

King

's answer to McDonald's Filet-O-Fish…only far more disappointing. "It's fishing season at

Burger

King

." The good news is that you do get some lettuce, pickles, and tartar sauce to help you choke it all down with. Meanwhile, the breaded Alaskan Pollock fillet is reportedly left in a warming tray for far too long. One supposed former

Burger

King

employee wrote on Reddit that: " had the same 2 or 3 fish fillets in the warmer for entire days sometimes." We sincerely hope that's an exaggeration…but other employees have made similar claims about the sandwich, telling presumably horrified Reddit readers that: "They also keep some surplus so they don't have to make it new each time someone

order

s it, so you may be getting old fish." Let's say you

order

the Big Fish because of its relatively low 510 calories. Can you at...
what you should absolutely never order at burger king
least expect it to taste good? According to Business Insider, the answer is

absolutely

not. The website reviewed seven fast-food fish sandwiches, and the Big Fish came in fifth. The reviewer wrote: "This fish is gray and sad, like the last lonely tuna at the fish market." In other words? This is one fish you'll want to toss back. The Bacon

King

consists of two beef patties, a few slices of American cheese, and six strips of bacon that's all but drowned in ketchup and mayo. "Alright, we're gonna take you for the our. First floor, bun. Second floor, two patties, third floor, penthouse, six strips of bacon, sesame seed roof." "Mm-mmm." As pointed out by Paste, the

burger

is also an exact replica of Wendy's popular Baconator. Is there no honor amongst fast food chains anymore? Beyond that, it seems like the only thing that differentiates the Bacon

King

from the Double Stacker

King

is that they left off the "Stacker special sauce," opting instead for ketchup and mayo. When all is said and done, the Bacon

King

reigns supreme when it comes to calories, saturated fat, and sodium. In other words, you'll have to cycle for several hours to burn off the 1,040 calories and 26 grams of saturated fat. Here's hoping you have an especially perky spin instructor. Fast food is often relatively easy on the wallet…but sometimes you have to wonder if the deal is too good to be true. Case in point:

Burger

King

's chicken nuggets....
what you should absolutely never order at burger king
In 2018, the company rolled out this promotion: "Has the

king

gone crazy? He's offering ten juicy crispy white meat chicken nuggets for just a buck." Wendy's and McDonald's certainly doesn't offer that sort of deal on chicken nuggets. While 10 nuggets for a buck is a good deal, it begs the question: Why are they so cheap? It might be a classic case of "getting

what

you pay for." To that end, one Chowhound user bluntly declared: "BK's Chicken Nuggets Officially SUCK!...They were flat (think half the thickness of a McD's nugget), tasteless, and the 'meat' was unidentifiable." And Business Insider isn't a big fan of the nuggets either, writing that, " firm, but not crispy compared with other options...These nuggets have a spongy texture that feels questionable." Thanks but no thanks,

Burger

King

. We'll be getting our chicken nugget fix elsewhere. Clearly

Burger

King

isn't winning any points when it comes to

burger

creativity...and the Rodeo

King

is another big disappointment. "Answer the question: did you

order

the Rodeo

burger

?" The

burger

is really just the Bacon

King

, only they slapped on a few onion rings and swapped out the ketchup for barbecue sauce. That's it, folks, nothing else to see here.

Burger

King

did somehow manage to jack up the

burger

's calorie count, and at 1,480 calories, it has even more calories than the friggin' Triple Stacker

King

. Oh, and we sure hope...
you like a good morning walk... "

Burger

King

for breakfast? Yes there's such a thing!" Because you're going to be wal

king

for hours and hours and hours to shed the calories packed into this

burger

. Doesn't that seem like an awful lot of work for a few extra onion rings and a bit of barbecue sauce? You might think we're being unfairly harsh about the Rodeo

King

. Is it perhaps bursting with juicy flavor that makes up for these high-calorie crimes? If only that were the case. GrubGrade's reviewer said they wished the

burger

had more bread to make up for the overwhelming saltiness. And a supposed

Burger

King

employee wrote on Reddit that the

burger

is basically a stomach ache just waiting to happen. One thing we know for sure: this

burger

is definitely no

king

of the rodeo. Sometimes, it's the seemingly low-key menu items you have to worry about. Let's say you walk into your local

Burger

King

because you want to see if you still love a Whopper the way you did as a teenager. Perhaps you think

order

ing the Whopper Jr. is the smart choice. After all, it's only 310 calories compared to The Whopper's 660 calories. But not so fast.

What

ever you do, don't

order

that Whopper Jr. because you may come to regret it, and not just because it's one of

Burger

King

's most bullied

burger

s. "Did you bully this

burger

?" "Well, yeah." "This is a defenseless Whopper Jr. It can't defend itself." "We...
don't mean anything by it." "It's just for laughs." "It's just for laughs!" Here's the lowdown on this seemingly innocent junior

burger

. It appears the Whopper Jr. is a highly unpopular

burger

. If the

Burger

King

menu was high school, the Whopper Jr. would win the superlative of "most forgettable" in the yearbook. And since it's an unpopular choice, the patties are reportedly not-so fresh, that is, if one alleged

Burger

King

employee can be believed. Writing on Reddit, the supposed

Burger

King

staffer said: "

Never

never

never

buy the whopper junior, not enough people buy them so they just sit out and go bad." This rabble-rousing Redditor goes on to say that the

burger

s simply "take too long to make fresh." And apparently, managers tell employees to "use the super old " that have been sitting around for awhile. Yikes. Of course, eating at

Burger

King

isn't doing your health any favors. So if you really want a Whopper, just go ahead and

order

the real deal. That way, you apparently have a much better chance of getting a

burger

that's made fresh. If you want chicken, don't go to

Burger

King

. It's not their specialty and you're likely to get something that leaves you feeling totally disappointed. "When it comes to flame grillin', the

King

always outranks the Colonel." Does he, though? Because in a fast-food grilled chicken sandwich showdown, Eat This, Not That!...
ranked

Burger

King

's Grilled Chicken Sandwich dead last. The reviewer even said the chicken tastes "dry" and "artificial," and has a, quote, "jarring floral nuance." Since then,

Burger

King

has swapped out the mayonnaise for honey mustard, but it doesn't seem to have helped much. One YouTube reviewer said the sandwich just doesn't have a whole lot of flavor, and people on social media are similarly underwhelmed. Another unsatisfied customer wrote on Twitter: "I just tried the new grilled 'chicken' sandwich. I took one bite and almost vomited, for $5 you

should

be ashamed of yourself." Meanwhile, another customer wrote: "Tell me how you pay almost $6 for a grilled chicken sandwich not the meal just the sandwich...and there's more bread and lettuce than chicken ??" According to one supposed

Burger

King

employee on Reddit, it's not the best idea to

order

the sandwich if you're in a hurry: The chicken is usually grilled only after somebody puts in an

order

, and that can take quite a bit of time. A word to the wise: You're at

Burger

King

…so

order

a

burger

instead. Considering that the plant-based Impossible Whopper isn't available at every

Burger

King

, it may seem a little premature to add the item to this list…but we have our reasons. First off, it's probably not a bad idea to double check your

burger

patty when you

order

an Impossible Whopper. "It's made of f---ing beef...
right here, do you see that? It's beef." "We swear, it's not beef." Don't be so sure about that. A

Burger

King

in Brooklyn, New York was reportedly caught misleading customers into thin

king

they were getting a vegan Impossible Whopper…but they were actually served regular Whoppers with beef. Then there's the issue of the sandwich itself. You might think the Impossible Whopper is a healthier alternative to the beef Whopper, but that's not necessarily the case. Sharon Zarabi RD, director of the Bariatric Program at Lenox Hill Hospital, told Healthline: "Health-wise I don't think it makes much of a difference. I wouldn't define it as healthier, I would define it more as ethical." While it does have a lower cholesterol level, the Impossible Whopper has a lot more sodium than the traditional Whopper, a whopping 1,080 milligrams, compared to the 980 milligrams in a beef Whopper. Social media seems divided on the Impossible Whopper's taste. One dissatisfied customer wrote on Twitter: "Impossible Whopper tasted like a dry bland garden

burger

while Whopper tasted like beef. Not impressed." Meanwhile, other customers seem to like it, with one fan inelegantly tweeting: "I tried the Impossible Whopper and I’m a happy camper! I’m glad more fast food places are getting vegetarian options that don’t taste like absolute ass!!!" Meanwhile, this lady was way into it: "You have to take a bite. It's...
delicious. It's really good." Of course, everyone has their own reasons for wanting to try the Impossible Whopper...but if you're getting it because you think it's the healthier choice, you may want to think again.

Burger

King

has relied on their signature Croissan'wich to entice early-rising customers since the early '80s. "Sizzling bacon. Tender ham. Or sausage." While there's a wide variety of Croissan'wiches to choose from, we're most concerned about the sausage-on-sausage variety. The doubled-up sausage version is a gasp-worthy 710 calories.

Burger

King

's signature Whopper has fewer calories than that, coming in at 660 calories. And here's some more bad news for you: A lot of people on Reddit seem to think the quality of the Croissan'wich has gone way downhill in recent years, with one customer writing: "I had the Croissan'wich a few weeks ago and it was very underwhelming." Another unhappy camper wrote: "I tried

order

ing one a few times the past year or so, and I

never

finished them. And I just can't stomach their eggs anymore for some reason." Maybe your local

Burger

King

has a delicious Croissan'wich that's on point. And if not, you gotta admit: a breakfast that contains 710 calories and tastes like piping white-hot trash is a terrible way to start the day. We recommend marching on...until you find a healthier breakfast option. Check out one of our newest videos right here!...
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