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The Chip Butty with Bacon features a soft sesame seed bun sandwiching the brand’s crispy golden fries, mayo, ketchup and bacon.
The original Chip Butty carries a suggested price of $2 (US$1.22), while the new Chip Butty with Bacon goes for $3 (US$1.82).
New Cheesy Bacon Chip Butty
Meanwhile, Hungry Jack’s – Burger King in Australia – is offering the new Cheesy Bacon Chip Butty.
The Cheesy Bacon Chip Butty features crunchy thick cut chips (fries), topped with crumbled bacon and drizzled with cheesy sauce on a toasted sesame seed bun.
Burger King goes by the name Hungry Jack’s in Australia due to the fact that when the chain initially decided to expand into Australia the name “Burger King” was already under trademark protection by a fast-food chain in Adelaide.
French fry sandwiches are popular and very common in some parts of the world.
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