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Burger fanatics rejoice! MrBeast Burger now in the Philippines

By John Patrick Magno Ranara Published Mar 22, 2023 6:15 pm

Looking for a new burger joint to satisfy your cravings? Then you'd be pleased to know that MrBeast Burger is now available in the Philippines.

The famous burger chain was first created by YouTube sensation Jimmy Donaldson, who is popularly known as "MrBeast," along with his closest friends Chandler, Chris, and Karl as a virtual restaurant that offers mouth-wateringly beefy burgers and chicken sandwiches, among others.

The American digital content creator is the most-subscribed individual on YouTube and has the fourth most-subscribed channel overall, with over 137 million subscribers as of March 2023.

While MrBeast Burger Philippines announced in a now-deleted Instagram post that the items are available in country starting on March 22, its operator, JustKitchen PH revealed they quickly ran out of burgers. Customers can still pre-order the burgers in the coming days.

Customers can enjoy four meaty burger types: Beast Style (P375), composed of beef patties with American cheese, pickles, diced white onion, mayo, ketchup, and brown mustard, and Chandler Style (P365), made up of beef patties served plain with American cheese.

You can also opt to order Chris Style (P430), which has crinkle fries served hot and crispy along with the beef patties, and Karl's Deluxe (P245), which has beef patties, caramelized onions and cheese on a toasted inverted bun.

The burger joint also sells grilled cheese and chicken sandwiches such as Karl’s Grilled Cheese (P195), Crispy Chicken Tender (P250), and Nashville Hot Chicken Tender (P270). It also offers seasoned crinkle fries for P165.

The items have been made available to order on GrabFood Exclusive.

MrBeast Burger originally started in 2020 as a way for Jimmy and his friends to give away free meals to their customers. However, the venture has since evolved to burger chains across the US, Canada, Italy, and other Asian countries such as Taiwan, Malaysia, and Hong Kong.