DELIVEROO UNVEILS TURDUCKEN BURGER THROUGH SECRET MENU
In a salute to all things, 'MERICA' and its most gluttonous holiday, Deliveroo has teamed up with popular London burger joint Homeburger to create the Turducken burger. The new creation will be available exclusively to Deliveroo customers via a secret menu, hidden in plain sight on the Deliveroo app.
A traditional turducken consists of a chicken stuffed into a duck stuffed into a turkey - that's a whole lot of bird! Homeburger thanksgiving special adds turkey, chicken and duck into the mix, creating one mighty-fine tasty burger.
Deliveroo launched its secret menu earlier in 2018 with one customer being the first to spot Burger & Lobster's Golden Claw creation on the app. Since then Deliveroo has released several secret menu items including unmeltable chocolate, which it gave out to customers on world chocolate day, sadistically placed in the middle of one of the UK's biggest heatwaves. For Wimbledon 2019, the food delivery giant developed edible tennis balls, which were hidden in menus across the borough of Wimbledon in time for the world-famous tournament.
Phil at Homeburger commented, "Ex-pats and Londoners alike are going to be extra thankful this Thursday after devouring the turducken burger on Deliveroo, this three-bird burger is enough to satisfy even the hungriest pilgrim."
The turducken burger will be available across all of Homeburger sites on Deliveroo whilst stocks last, so sleuthing burger aficionados won't have long to hunt the limited bun out. The turducken burger will be priced at £10.
Deliveroo is an award-winning delivery service founded in 2013 by William Shu and Greg Orlowski. Deliveroo works with over 50,000 best-loved restaurants, as well as 50,000 riders to provide the best food delivery experience in the world. Deliveroo is headquartered in London, with 2000 employees in offices around the globe.
Deliveroo operates in over 500 towns and cities across 13 markets, including Australia, Belgium, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Italy, Ireland, Netherlands, Singapore, Spain, Taiwan, United Arab Emirates and the United Kingdom.