Cult-favorite MrBeast Burgers, a burger chain venture by YouTube star MrBeast, has sold out in the Philippines just a day after it announced it was available in the country.
MrBeast Philippines, which is only available through GrabFood via its cloud kitchen operator, Just Kitchen, announced that the limited-edition burgers have sold out two days in a row.
“It’s day 2 and we are sold out again. To those who were not able to order the burgers for tomorrow, we are sorry. We want the fans to get the best quality burgers, fries, and sandwiches – so will have LIMITED scheduled and real-time orders for both our Makati and Malate branches for March 24 (Fri) until March 26 (Sun). Keep on checking your GrabFood app so you can catch and order MrBeast Burgers over the weekend,” the brand wrote on Facebook.
Customers who are keen on getting MrBeast’s burgers can choose from four options, which include:
- Chris Style (PHP430), featuring two smashed crispy beef patties with house seasoning, American cheese, bacon, topped with crinkle fries;
- Karl’s Deluxe (PHP245), A patty melt with a crispy seasoned beef patty, caramelized onions and cheese on a toasted inverted bun;
- Beast Style (PHP375), smashed crispy beef patties with house seasoning, American cheese, pickles, diced white onion, mayo, ketchup, and brown mustard;
- Chandler Style (PHP365), two smashed crispy beef patties with house seasoning, served plain with American cheese.
MrBeast Burgers also offers sandwiches such as Karl’s Grilled Cheese (PHP195), Crispy Chicken Tender (PHP250), and Nashville Hot Chicken Tender (PHP270). They also offer Seasoned Crinkle Fries (PHP165) and Beast Style Fries (PHP250) as sides.
MrBeast, real name Jimmy Donaldson, is a YouTube content creator with over 138 million subscribers who is best known for his over-the-top stunt videos.
MrBeast Burgers began in November 2020, when Donaldson launched “the world’s first free restaurant” in Wisconsin for his channel.
MrBeast Burgers was then developed as a virtual burger chain, serving its burgers through cloud kitchens across the US and now around the world. In Asia, it is currently available in Hong Kong, Malaysia, and Taiwan.
The chain has plans to expand to other parts of Southeast Asia beyond the Philippines.
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