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KFC to bring their ‘Double Down’ burger to the UK

PUBLISHED: 19:02 03 October 2017 | UPDATED: 10:09 04 October 2017

KFC are bringing the Double Down to the UK Picture: KFC

KFC are bringing the Double Down to the UK Picture: KFC

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Fast food chain KFC are finally bringing their most ‘successful sandwich in history’ to the UK.

The Double Down has previously only been available in the US, Australia, and New Zealand.

Unlike a normal burger, the Double Down uses two chicken fillets as the bread and packs bacon, US-style cheese, and BBQ sauce in between.

It certainly doesn’t sound like your usual burger but according to experts who have had the luxury of tasting the Double Down, it is set to be a hit.

The burger, which was first created in 2010, will launch on our shores on October 9 and will be available in stores for six weeks. It will be priced at £4.79

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