Burger King first introduced breakfast to its line-up of offerings in the 1970s, and today there are 21 different breakfast offerings at the chain (as well as burgers). But if you’re looking to partake, you’ll need to get there during breakfast hours, not at noon.
Most locations of Burger King open at 6 a.m., and begin serving breakfast at that time. If it’s a 24-hour location, breakfast time may start earlier than that. But at all locations, there’s a hard cutoff on breakfast hours: 10:30 a.m. sharp.
Just like at other fast food chains that serve breakfast, including McDonald’s, (although McDonald’s has been experimenting with serving breakfast around the clock), 10:30 is the time when the griddle temperature needs to be turned up to accommodate the regular menu items, and there’s simply not enough space on the griddle and in the warming trays to accommodate both breakfast and regular menus.