Burger King’s crown-shaped chicken nuggets are back

Burger King’s crown-shaped chicken nuggets are currently available at select locations in Miami

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Burger King has brought back its crown-shaped chicken nuggets 10 years after it discontinued the fan-favorite menu item.

Similar to Burger King’s regular chicken nuggets, the crown-shaped ones are made from white meat with a crispy coating. They were first added to Burger King’s menu back in 2006. But five years later, the fast food chain stopped serving them. Since then, fans have taken to social media to ask for the return of the menu offering. There’s even a Change.org petition created in 2017 calling for the comeback of the crown-shaped nuggets. As of this writing, the petition has attracted around 2300 signatures.

Those pleas played a huge role in Burger King’s decision to bring back the crown-shaped nuggets, which will be sold at a total of 25 restaurants in Miami, Florida for a limited time for its initial test run. Available in a 10-piece size with two dipping sauces for $1.49, the crown-shaped nuggets can now be ordered at the following locations:

  • 3051 Coral Way
  • 1910 N. E. 163rd Street
  • 7070 Bird Road
  • 13201 South Dixie Highway
  • 11595 S. W. 40th Street
  • 10710 S.W. 72nd Street
  • 955 S. W. 107 Avenue
  • 701 N. W. 37th Avenue
  • 8770 Mills Drive
  • 20505 Old Cutler Road
  • 11200 S. W. 137th Avenue
  • 16025 South Dixie Highway
  • 16730 S.W. 88th St.
  • 13704 S.W. 56th Street

It’s not clear how long the limited-time test run will last, but if everything goes well, the crown-shaped nuggets will be available in even more cities.

Burger King told Elite Daily that it hopes to officially launch the crown-shaped nuggets nationwide if it performs well in Florida. It’s not yet known, however, whether or not the potential nationwide launch will be a permanent or limited-time offering.

If you’re not in Miami, you can still munch on some regular 10-piece chicken nuggets, which are available at all Burger King locations across the country.

Sources: CNN, Thrillist, Elite Daily
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