The burger features three beef patties, American orange cheese and a 'toupee' of crispy onions, accompanied by a wall of Mexican nachos and 'Big Apple' slaw.
It costs £14 and will be available from the group’s sites in Shoreditch, Camden and Brixton until the election on 8 November, when the group will host a special election night party at the Shoreditch Blues Kitchen.
THE TRUMP TOWER— The Blues Kitchen (@TheBluesKitchen) October 1, 2016
Rich triple stack,billfold lettuce,orange cheese,onions combed to the right,behind a wall of nachos. pic.twitter.com/js341HOS9y
Blues Kitchen isn't the first operator to poke fun at 'the Donald'. Earlier this year, Dublin pub the Adelphi decorated its men's room urinal with a large portrait of the loud-mouthed Republican nominee.
Adelphi owner Tony McCabe told Mashable at the time: "In our opinion, Mr Trump has preached much hate in his statements."
He added: "Irish bars are well known for their debates and chatter, and politics plays a big part in those conversations. We felt that the only place Mr Trump's opinion mattered was on the wall of a urinal."
However, McCabe said staff would remove the portrait if Trump won the election.