New Extra Long Buttery Cheeseburger from Burger King

Last week we posted a first look at the new Extra Long Buttery Cheeseburger from Burger King which was spotted in Minnesota.  The BK website has now been updated with the new burger and it features two beef patties topped with onions, iceberg lettuce, ketchup, American cheese, a buttery garlic flavored sauce and a creamy mayonnaise spread served on a toasted hoagie bun.  The new Extra Long Buttery Cheeseburger is also a part of the 2 for $5 Mix & Match deal.

Extra Long Buttery Cheeseburger Burger KingNutrition info: 710 calories, 47 grams of fat, 15 grams of saturated fat, 1250 milligrams of sodium, 90 milligrams of cholesterol, 46 grams of carbs, 9 grams of sugar, 26 grams of protein

17 comments on “New Extra Long Buttery Cheeseburger from Burger King

  1. Steven says:

    I love the buttery burgers at Jack in the Box, there is just not one within 150 miles of me, so I was eager to try this. I got 2 with the 2/$5 promotion. Why get one for over $4 when you can get 2 for $5?

    I was disappointed.

    Mine seemed to have very little of the supposed star buttery garlic sauce. There was only a hint of the flavor in the sandwich. The rest of the sandwich was very blah. Dry bread, cold meat (almost seemed like a patty had been in the fridge), depressing lettuce. Also I seemed to get mushy tomatoes instead of onions which might have affected things.

    I wish they would build a Jack in the Box in Wichita!!!

  2. T.J. says:

    Can’t they leave the mayonnaise off of anything?

    • Blousey says:

      Yes. Say 3 magic words: “Hold the mayo”

      • T.J. says:

        I can say the three little words all I want. I’ve said them many times. But I can’t make them listen. If they got it right 50% of the time, I’d be happy. But they don’t. Why would they put mayo on a sandwich when another fat-based creamy spread is supposed to be the hero? It’d be like sticking a slice of white bread in the middle of a pumpernickel rye sandwich.

    • Andre says:

      BK is about the only QSR that still uses full fat mayo. While this sounds like a good thing, it adds like 20 grams of fat to an already fattening sandwich. They need to take a page from McD’s, Wendy’s, and others and go with reduced fat (not non-fat) mayo. Polluting people’s arteries, I tell ya.

  3. M-Logan says:

    Had one yesterday, and for BK it was pretty good. EXTRA CHEESE is key here, otherwise there’s not enough. Not sure how this is different than just eating 2 single cheeseburgers, but points for novelty I guess.

    • MP says:

      The key difference is the bread & its thickness. The long buns are way denser & thicker than the typical buns. For me, the reason why these long burgers fail is because the bread to meat ratio is out of whack & is like 5:1.
      BK’s patties are always so thin & cold, and piling on the mayo, lettuce, tomatoes & butter sauce just exacerbates it.

  4. SPM79 says:

    The butter sauce is 120 calories?

  5. Whitfield says:

    We just reviewed this and man… it was really underwhelming. The burges are so small. They are the size of sausage patties. This was our first delve into the “Extra Long” variety, so I can assume they are all that way. The meat to bread/condiment ratio was terrible and for 710 calories?! No way. You couldn’t even taste the butter, beyond it tasting sorta creamy. Just not a good effort put forth here by BK, in my opinion.

  6. Om Nom says:

    This burger is AMAZING!

  7. Ryan says:

    Another sad entry from BK.

  8. Matt says:

    “Buttery sauce” and “mayonnaise spread”…go big or go home, BK.

  9. Sascha says:

    Another good one, though the garlic lingers long after. I would actually truly love that Garlic Butter on the Chicken Burger, though. And if I have another, the next one is without mayo.

  10. Blousey says:

    Unlike Culver’s ButterBurger, they can’t use the word “butter” in the name or description because there is no butter. Hence “buttery”. Just artificially flavored oil-based processed topping. Mmmmmmmmmmmm

  11. John says:

    “Should I kill myself or have an extra long buttery cheeseburger from Burger King?” – Albert Camus

  12. robin says:

    They should offer new types of bread and sauces .

  13. Aaron says:

    This was literally one of the worst things I have ever eaten.

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