Bingz Crispy Burger is a Chinese burger chain from Beijing that has now expanded overseas with their first North America location in Markham, Ontario. This massively popular Chinese fast-food chain takes classic burgers and elevates them! Despite its popularity, few people know that the Chinese burger has an ancient history of more than 2,000 years, dating back to the ancient Qin Dynasty.
Bingz Crispy Burger
In 2014, two Tencent programmers founded Bingz Crispy Burger in Beijing. It soon became one of China’s most iconic burger chains with 70 outlets and counting. The company has branches in several other cities, selling more than 60 million burgers annually.
Bingz Burgers officially launched in Markham at the end of May. Customers lined up beyond the perimeter of the Markham Plaza it calls home within the first month of opening. The menu has must-try flavours that everyone will enjoy. Bingz’s customers can choose from naturally spicy all-natural pork to tender beef with black pepper, all served between crisp buns. At Bingz’s shop all-natural meats are mixed and stewed with spices baked on-site.
Not Just Another Fast Food Retailer
In recent studies done by American market research agency NPD, the number of food outlets in Canada declined by 5,000 in 2020, thousands of fast food restaurants were closing. However, Bingz Crispy Burger made a massive moves in the GTA food scene.
Although customers were unfamiliar with the brand, and the idea of a Chinese burger, many assumed it was just another Chinese food chain in their neighbourhood and gave it a try. When you grab a burger, you’ll find a unique variation on the classic, with a flaky bun and saucy filling at Bingz something different is offered. The restaurant is limited to 400 guests a day, the lineup never ended since they’ve opened.
Bingz Crispy Burger now tops the Yelp chart. More importantly, now that Toronto has just resumed in-house dining, it’s totally reasonable to expect sales numbers to grow. Bingz is on course to surpass well-known competitors in August.
FEATURE IMAGE: Sissi Zhang, Bingz Crispy Burgers