Considering that the restaurant chain is renowned for its chicken sandwiches, it doesn’t make sense that Chick-fil-A would serve hamburgers. After all, their slogan is “Eat Mor Chikin,” and they only sell chicken sandwiches and sides like nuggets and fries. They don’t even offer beef burgers, which is a huge selling point for some consumers at other fast-food chains.
However, according to a TikTok video posted by user Ryan Mabry on Aug 10, Chick-fil-A does indeed serve a delicious-looking cheeseburger. The burger has been featured in the TikTok feed of several different users who have given it very high marks. In fact, one reviewer has even compared it to In-N-Out’s famous burger.
The burger is part of a new menu that Chick-fil-A has been testing through a virtual restaurant called Little Blue Menu. The name is a reference to Chick-fil-A founder S. Truett Cathy’s original blue menu that was displayed at his Dwarf House restaurants in 1946. Little Blue Menu is a ghost kitchen that offers Chick-fil-A’s traditional dishes alongside items from other brands, including Flock & Farm, Outfox Wings, Garden Day, and BECAUSE BURGER.
The food is prepared at a Nashville-area Chick-fil-A restaurant and then delivered via digital ordering to other locations across the country. It’s an interesting experiment that seems to be paying off. In addition to the burger, Little Blue Menu is also testing other non-traditional dishes like bone-in wings and salads.