REVIEW: Burger King BK Royal Crispy Wrap

Yes! More wraps! Offer us your wraps, fast food chains! Wraps are in!

I’m only saying all that because I hope it causes McDonald’s to bring back its beloved Snack Wrap, and I’m just advocating for those who believe the Golden Arches should bring back the menu item that’s been discontinued since 2016. I mean, I’m not one of those folks. My energy has been focused on getting McDonald’s to rerelease the Southwest Salad and Big N’ Tasty.

Well, if you miss McDonald’s Snack Wraps, there are Burger King’s BK Royal Crispy Wraps. They feature a crispy white meat breast fillet, tomato, lettuce, and one of three sauces — Royal Sauce, Spicy Glaze, and Honey Mustard — in a soft, warm tortilla. I picked up the Classic version with Royal Sauce, and it’s basically a Burger King BK Royal Crispy Chicken Sandwich in wrap form.

This is my first time experiencing BK’s Royal Sauce, and I’m a fan. It has a savory and cheesy flavor that pairs well with the chicken fillet. And that chicken is the Crispy Chicken filet that BK uses for its sandwiches, but chopped in half. I’m not sure if I got the half that was freshly chopped or the one that was sitting around waiting to be bestowed the honor of being in a BK Royal Crispy Wrap, but the edges of mine were crispy and the meat was tender.

The lettuce and tomato did their job of being stereotypical wrap ingredients, providing roughage, a little crunch, and some substance to what’s under the tortilla. Speaking of substance, even though the chicken was half of a fillet meant for a sandwich, it was still more substantial than the chicken strip that came in the Jack in the Box wraps I had several weeks ago.

This Burger King Classic BK Royal Crispy Wrap surprised me. The Royal Sauce was delicious, and the chicken had a decent crispiness and flavor. If you miss McDonald’s Snack Wraps, this offering from Burger King might be a worthy replacement.

Purchased Price: $3.99*
Rating: 8 out of 10
Nutrition Facts: 310 calories, 17 grams of fat, 3 grams of saturated fat, 0 grams of trans fat, 40 milligrams of cholesterol, 790 milligrams of sodium, 28 grams of carbohydrates, 4 grams of fiber, 2 grams of sugar, and 15 grams of protein.

*Because I live on a rock in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, things are a bit pricier here. You’ll probably pay less than I did.

14 thoughts to “REVIEW: Burger King BK Royal Crispy Wrap”

  1. I’m so excited about these! I loved the McDonald’s version back in the day. I just checked my app and in my area (Maryland) they are going for $2.99 or you can get specials deals of 2 wraps, fries and drink or three wraps of your choice for $7.99.

    I know where I’m going for lunch tomorrow!

  2. I do miss the Snack Wraps, but no so much the crispy chicken ones, rather the grilled chicken ones.

    This is your chance, Burger King? Time to bring back the single greatest fast food chicken sandwich in the history of the world (Sorry Popeyes and CFA), the BK Broiler. Then cut those delicious chicken breasts into strips for wraps.

  3. I was dying to try the chicken wraps so I tried the spicy and the original plus onion rings. Sad to say I was disappointed with both, they were all cold and did not have much flavor. Will not return again.

  4. 2nd picture,did you cut your chicken thing in half because if not.i can see dozens of angry customers throwing a bk royal crispy wrap into an overpaid high school dropouts face and thinking they cut it in half

    fast food is shit food

    1. If you read the review, it said that the chicken part was a chicken filet (like they use for their other sandwiches) cut in half.

      If you don’t like fast food, why are you reading this?

  5. I was very disappointed in this wrap. It was not crispy and very soggy. It came wit a little lettuce and a slice of tomato. The tiny small slice of chicken was wrapped up in the big piece of pita bread was cold and didn’t heat well in the microwave. This was a tease joke and not worth the money compared to the size of Popeye’s chicken sandwich or the KFC chicken little for a tastier cost effective option. I would definitely not recommend.

  6. Ok. I was kind of excited when I saw the advertised images of the new crispy wraps. So, we went and ordered the combo with two wraps. First of all, they DO NOT look anything like the ads. They literally are crispy chicken sandwich patties cut in half. They are not the lovely crisp chicken shown in the ads. Though it did have some crispy edges. The lettuce is not the crispy greens you see in the ads either. It’s minced up iceberg lettuce. The tomatoes weren’t nice slices of tomato, but chopped up tomato. The wrap is HUGE compared to the chicken piece. So the first few bites are nothing but tortilla. And the last few bites as well. My husband and I were not impressed at all. Thank God they’re cheap!!

    1. I would have liked to get half of a fillet, I had trouble finding the chicken in mine. Was about, at most, a 1/2 inch wide and at most 3 inches long

  7. I have tried several of each flavor of Burger King’s wraps at the Gray Highway location in Macon, Ga. Some were well made & tasty. Most were very disappointing & consisted of half a small fried chicken fillet splashed with sauce and wrapped with a small piece of lettuce in a flour Tortilla. Very little meat, no tomato and definitely not worth $3 by any stretch of the imagination. I showed one to the shift manager & was told it was per specs.

  8. Just got 2 saps-honey mustard & fiery. Not what I expected. Since when a wrap fat? Had to really look to find the lettuce & tomato. The piece of chicken was on a diet! Where’s the shredded cheese? Not a good product or maybe employees not trained in its assembly. Won’t buy again.

  9. Mine was a sad, cold, partial fillet, a huge slice of tomato butt, cold lettuce and a cold tortilla, with a smattering of honey mustard sauce. Will not order again. Gas station food is better.

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