Burger King’s Spider-Verse Whopper contains a quarter-pound flame-grilled beef patty, a slice of Swiss cheese, tomatoes, lettuce, mayo, ketchup, pickles, and white onions, served on a toasted pink bun topped with black sesame seeds. It is primarily a daily Whopper with Swiss cheese and a pink bun.
It prices $7.99 close to me however, for a restricted time, you will get it on Mondays for $5 utilizing the BK app (however you may as well get a daily Whopper for $3 on Wednesdays). A daily Whopper can also be $7.99 in my neighborhood.
No surprises right here… the particular pink bun tasted and felt the identical because the common sesame seed bun of a Whopper. It even had the identical dry crust reasonably than the sheen that adorns most premium burger buns as of late. It was decently moist, smooth, and squishy inside however was not fragile.
The Swiss cheese was properly melted however was greater than just a little off-center in order that it lined lower than three quarters of the underlying beef patty. It of the processed selection and was good for a gentle creaminess and never a lot else. American cheese would have really provided just a little extra taste.
The onions added a pointy chew and crunch, and the tomatoes had been agency and contemporary. The lettuce was middling however nonetheless crisp. The pickles weren’t too bitter and had a pleasant crunch. The ketchup and mayo mixture contributed a tangy sweetness and light-weight creaminess.
The meat patty had a moist beefiness and lacked the additional taste and smoke you would possibly anticipate from flame-grilling.
Total, Burger King’s Spider-Verse Whopper was pleasant sufficient as Whoppers go however was reasonably uninteresting in any other case (except you are actually satisfied at getting a pink bun).