Burger King Singapore launches new Korean-inspired menu

The range is first accessible via Deliveroo.

Burger King has launched a new Korean-inspired menu, first available on Deliveroo from 17 September.

The range includes the Ultimate Cheesy Dynamite Tendercrisp Chicken, which features the chain’s fried spicy chicken patty, paired with a Korean ramyeon-inspired sauce; the Cheesy Dynamite Nuggets, Cheesy Dynamite Fries and Dynamite Shake.

Deliveroo also has an exclusive S$15 Bundle which includes an Ultimate Cheesy Dynamite Tendercrisp, six-piece nuggets with BBQ sauce, a small coke and a New York Cheesecake Pie.

The menu will then make its debut in Burger King stores from September 21.

Consumers can also participate in a weekly draw where winners will win an iPhone 12, S$120 worth of Deliveroo vouchers or $100 Burger King vouchers when they purchase any Dynamite Korean items. Deliveroo customers also get three additional chances to win, the company said.

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