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Burger King introduces breakfast menu

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Sri Lanka’s favourite fast food restaurant Burger King is introducing a breakfast worth waking up for with their new BK Breakfast Menu which promises to break the boring breakfast routine and to make breakfast fun again with tasty and inspired menu choices and the convenience of getting breakfast on the go. The new Breakfast Menu retains the flavours of the original menu but includes delicious breakfast versions of popular Burger King items such as ‘The Egg and Cheese Burger’; a delicious combination of melted cheese and fluffy eggs inside a warm and toasted bun, the ‘Sausage Burger’ which includes a savoury sausage patty, the ‘Cheese and Tomato Burger’ made with fresh, juicy tomato slices and melted cheese, the ‘Chilli Cheese Chicken Burger’ which includes breaded premium chicken which gives way to a delightful molten chilli cheese centre and the ‘Sausage and Egg Burger’ which is a delicious combination of savoury sausage, tender eggs and melted cheese nestled inside a freshly toasted bun. A meal option for the breakfast menu is also available, which in addition to the burger includes two chicken kievs and fresh coffee. Alternatively, customers can also wake up their taste buds with the hearty Breakfast Platter which includes an Egg Burger served with a side of crunchy chicken kievs, sizzling chicken sausages and fresh Lavazza coffee. Beverage options for the breakfast menu will include premium roast Lavazza coffee that can be ordered as a Cappuccino, Americano, Essperano or a Café Late which delivers a rich, gourmet flavour and a taste that pairs perfectly with Burger King’s breakfast choices. The breakfast menu will be available at the Burger King outlets in Colpetty, Rajagiriya, Mt. Lavinia and the Arcade Independence Square and will be served from 7 a.m. to 10 a.m. every day. During breakfast hours, selected trademark Burger King deals would also be available for customers to enjoy. Patrons of the fast food chain will be able to appreciate the satisfying breakfast meal with the convenience of a fast casual restaurant. For quick, drive-thru convenience customers can pick up their breakfast at the drive thru at Burger King in Rajagiriya and Mount Lavinia and the drive in facility at Colpetty which offers customers the luxury of picking up their breakfast ‘on the go’ on their way to work or to school. The breakfast menu offers customers amazing value for money since the lowest price for a burger starts at just Rs. 100 so breakfasts will never be the same again. All Burger King restaurants in Sri Lanka are operated by the brand’s master franchisee, Softlogic Restaurants Ltd, which is a subsidiary of Softlogic Holdings PLC. Softlogic is one of the leading, dynamic organisations in Sri Lanka today, having expanded and diversified into the growth sectors of the economy in terms of retail, healthcare, ICT, automobiles, leisure and finance and holding authorised distributorships for some key global brand names. Softlogic today, employs over 6,000 people within its offices located in Sri Lanka, Singapore and Australia.  

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