Burger King hasn\'t released any information or posted the news on social media. The company\'s last tweet from its UK Twitter account was about \'Whopper Wednesdays\'.
Burger King, the world’s second largest Burger chain has started the home delivery system in the US, reported telegraph.co.uk.
The fast food chain is trialling an online order service through a colourful new website called "Burger King Delivers."
The service was launched in selected locations across the UK on Thursday.
Customers in Romford, Hayes, Gants Hill, Truro, Northampton, Hull, Skegness, and Hornchurch can take advantage of the new service, according to the Metro.
But if the move proves successful, Burger King is likely to roll out delivery throughout the country.
The new website works in the same way as any other fast food delivery offer, but aside from a soft launch, the company appears to be quite mysterious about it all.
Burger King hasn't released any information or posted the news on social media. The company's last tweet from its UK Twitter account was about "Whopper Wednesdays."
It looks as though you have to be a "BK Delivers" member to get someone to bring you cheeseburgers and chicken nuggets to your door. And Burger King has built some Domino's Pizza-style combo deals as part of the deal, such as the 20 "Combo 3" package, which has lots of Coca Cola, chips, 3 burgers, and some chicken nuggets.
Burger King already delivers in some other countries, ITV says, and is now looking to extend the program in the UK to compete with rivals such as JustEat.
If the move proves popular with customers, it could make the start of fast food chain home deliveries.