Burger King Japan offers all-you-can-eat Whopper buffet

After launching black bun burgers and promotional stunts allowing customers to stuff as much bacon as they wanted in their sandwiches, Burger King Japan is at it again, this time with an all-you-can-eat Whopper buffet.

Burger King Japan's "All-You-Can-Eat Whopper Buffet" Campaign ©Burger King Japan

To mark its fifth anniversary in the country, Burger King will hand out unlimited free sandwiches to fans for 30 minutes – a deal that comes with a set of conditions.

According to RocketNews24, between November 17 to 21, customers who first finish off a Kuro Burger value meal – a black-bun burger dyed with bamboo charcoal – will be given a half hour to polish off as many Whoppers, fries, onion rings, sodas they can at no extra charge.

Between November 22 and 30, the deal opens up to purchases of any Whopper value meal.

It’s the latest stunt to up the ante in the ongoing fast food wars being waged in Japan. Last year, Wendy’s made headlines for launching a foie gras burger, while McDonald’s released a KBQ Burger topped with Korean-style bulgogi (marinated beef) and gochujang, a spicy Korean red pepper paste.

Meanwhile, MOS Burger is the second largest fast food franchise in Japan after the Golden Arches, and plans to beef up its international presence with outposts in Europe and the US.

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