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Who makes the best takeaway burger in South Africa?

Andrew Ross, MD of Havas Sport and Entertainment, ordered a cheese burger and chips from the standard menus of Steers, Wimpy, McDonalds, Burger King, KFC, Nando’s and Chicken Licken.

The burgers were judged according the following criteria:

  • Value – price and portion size

  • Presentation - Quality and appeal of burger and chips. Includes a comparison of the menu photo to the actual product.

  • Taste - Blind taste testing by panel of 14 people. Chips are judged separately and scores are averaged.

  • Brand - Overall in-store experience, presentation of staff, cleanliness of store, greetings and time of order from entry to exit.

  • Overall winner

The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Ross.

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Burger King has the largest burgers by far. The award for best value goes to them.

Andrew Ross, MD of Havas Sport and Entertainment

The award for presentation goes to Burger King and KFC.

Andrew Ross, MD of Havas Sport and Entertainment

The award for taste goes to Burger King.

Andrew Ross, MD of Havas Sport and Entertainment

The award for best brand experience goes to McDonalds.

Andrew Ross, MD of Havas Sport and Entertainment

The best takeaway burger in South Africa is made by Burger King.

Andrew Ross, MD of Havas Sport and Entertainment

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