YouTuber star MrBeast brings his famous burgers to the Philippines via GrabFood

Starting March 22, you can order MrBeast Burgers through GrabFood Exclusive from JustKitchen PH.

YouTube star MrBeast brings his mouthwatering burgers to the Philippines. The famous MrBeast Burgers chain has finally arrived in the country via local cloud kitchen JustKitchen PH.

Starting March 22, 2023, you can order MrBeast Burgers and chicken sandwiches through GrabFood Exclusive from their two hubs in Makati City and Malate, Manila.

MrBeast Burgers is a virtual restaurant founded by Jimmy Donaldson, better known as MrBeast – a stunt YouTuber and philanthropist who currently has over 138 million subscribers. He launched his pop-up burger joint in November 2020 as part of a video where he gave away free burgers and money to customers in Wilson, North Carolina. The video has over 125 million views.

Since then, MrBeast Burgers has expanded to over 300 locations across the US, Canada, the UK, and Italy.

YouTuber star MrBeast brings his famous burgers to the Philippines via GrabFood

The menu features seven kinds of sandwiches and three kinds of fries named after MrBeast and his founding friends – Chandler Style, Chris Style, Beast Style, and Karl’s Deluxe Burgers. You can also enjoy combo deals such as Chicken Sandwich Combo and Beast Style Combo.

Prices are as follows:

MrBeast Burgers

  • Chris Style: P430
  • Karl’s Deluxe: P245
  • Beast Style: P375
  • Chandler Style: P365


  • Karl’s Grilled Cheese: P195
  • Crispy Chicken Tender: P250
  • Nashville Hot Chicken Tender: P270


  • Seasoned Crinkle Fries: P165
  • Beast Style Fries: P250

Combo Deals

  • Chicken Sandwich Combo: P456
  • Beast Style Combo: P550

JustKitchen PH advises netizens to follow their social media pages for updates and promos. They also announced that since they ran out of burgers the first time around, they will have limited scheduled and real-time orders for both Makati and Malate branches from March 25 (Friday) until March 26 (Sunday).

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Aside from the Philippines, MrBeast plans to further expand across Southeast Asia, including Hong Kong, Malaysia, and Taiwan.

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Bryan is a geek at heart and a tech enthusiast by choice. He has a strong background in corporate communications, marketing services, and customer relations having worked in the telecommunications and banking sectors for over two decades. In his spare time, he enjoys watching clips on YouTube and binge watching shows on Netflix.

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