WASHINGTON, DC (CNN) - Fast food giant Burger King is reportedly trying out a new plan to let you have it your way... without leaving your house.
The fast food chain reports it's testing home delivery at a few restaurants in the Washington D-C area.
The company says if the testing goes well, it will expand to 16 stores, but there are no concrete plans past that.
A Burger King executive says the fast food chain has even developed new packaging technology to keep your burgers and fries warm while they're being transported.
Right now, the restaurant is charging a two-dollar delivery fee.
Customers must live within 10 minutes of participating restaurants to take part.