Secret Off-the-Menu Items to Order at Your Favorite Chains

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6. Burger King: Burger King club

This is the chain’s Original Chicken Sandwich turned into a club with the addition of bacon, cheese, and tomato.

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7. Jack in the Box: Breakfast tacos

The tacos are famous here, and a number of breakfast items are also available, but for some reason a breakfast taco isn’t among them. To correct this oversight, order a Grande Sausage Breakfast Burrito and ask for it to be served in a taco shell instead of a flour tortilla.

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8. Dunkin’: Coconut mint hot chocolate

There are numerous ways to customize coffee and chocolate drinks at Dunkin’, but one of the best is this simple enhancement of mint hot chocolate with a shot or two of coconut flavoring.

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9. Popeye’s: Cajun gravy fries

The brightly seasoned Cajun fries here need just one thing to convert them into a secret menu delight: a generous application of the chain’s rich gravy on top.

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10. Red Lobster: Shrimp po’boy

It might not pass muster in New Orleans, but an order of Red Lobster’s popcorn shrimp heaped between halves of one of the chain’s well-loved Cheddar Bay biscuits makes a really good sort-of po’boy sandwich.