Remember the Chicken Big Mac? Yeah, so do we…
McDonald’s launched the succulent new burger back in February 2 and it got everyone talking.
But when it got removed from the menu just 10 days later, fans were left devastated.
Now Brits will be happy to know that it’ll return due to “popular demand”, although you’ll have to be quick.
If you really left it to the last minute to try the burger, this time around it’s only available for two weeks.
Did you manage to try the Chicken Big Mac? Let us know what you thought in the comments below…
This means Maccies fans will have just under two weeks to get their hands on the burger before it leaves menus again.
A McDonald’s spokesperson said: “We have been delighted by our customers’ reaction to the limited-edition Chicken Big Mac.
“Thank you to everyone who has made this the UK and Ireland’s most popular launch ever.
“The demand has been incredible, and we’re pleased to share it’s back but for a limited time only.”
The new Chicken Big Mac is not that much different to the regular Big Mac with the special sauce.
It costs £4.09 for just the sandwich or £5.59 for a medium meal with fries and a drink – or it’s £5.99 for a large.
Last month fans were “heartbroken” when McDonald’s confirmed it would be temporarily removed from the menu.
One Brit wrote: “Nooooo I haven’t had a chance yet! I am devastated.”
While another added: “Back soon? Are you serious, just make it permanent! It was the best thing I’ve ever eaten at McDonald’s!”
McDonald’s has around 1,300 restaurants in the UK.
It comes after McDonald’s shared fan-inspired “menu hacks” including “Crunchy Double” burger.
Although the initiative is only available in the US there’s no reason why we can’t try it ourselves across the pond.
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