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FOOD FINDS: Burger King's 4-Cheese Whopper

Who doesn't love cheese and Burger King? The grilled beef patty tastes delish combined with the gooey four-cheese. Yummy!



Burger King has been around for years and their burgers still tastes great. Grilled burgers has a distinct smokey flavor that makes the dining experience much more memorable. Also, grilled is healthier since the burger cooks on its own oil.


So here's the nice discover. 4-Cheese Whopper (junior) for only P99.00. And by adding P50, you get fries and a drink.


Here's the coolest part though, pay P199.00 for a big sized Whopper, fries and upsized drink. The size of the Whopper is good for sharing though.





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