This Popular Burger King Menu Item Is Making A Triumphant Return

Burger King has had some hits over the years that just couldn't keep up with the times. According to So Yummy, Satisfries, Western Whoppers, and Fiery Chicken Fries all found fans across the U.S., but eventually got phased out. Patrons begged the fast food chain to bring back Chicken Fries, and Burger King brought back the original flavor of the product. When the restaurant launched The Double Quarter Pounder King as a jab at McDonald's back in 2018, diners couldn't get enough of the sandwich which featured a half-pound of meat, American cheese, ketchup, pickles, onions, and a sesame seed bun, per Daily Mail.

The burger eventually vanished from menus, but that didn't stop fans from drooling over the memories of this item. Chewboom reports that Burger King has now brought the sandwich back to its locations everywhere and fans can enjoy the product's double beef patties, slices of American cheese, onions, pickles, ketchup and mustard on a sesame seed bun for a limited time. You have a ton of reasons to celebrate the return of this classic burger. Insider heralded the sandwich as a great-tasting sandwich that stuck to the basics.

The return of a classic Burger King sandwich

If you can't wait to get your hands on the resurrected Double Quarter Pounder King, make sure to act fast. According to Eat This, Not That!, Burger King has started cycling through limited-edition King sandwiches, like the Garlic & Bacon King introduced earlier during the summer. The brand also recently introduced the Single Quarter Pound King to its Mix n' Match menu, per Chewboom. With a track record like that, you could even hope to see a Triple Quarter Pound King hit the chain if the sandwich can maintain its momentum.

With so many shakeups at play, the word's out on how long the chain plans to keep the Double Quarter Pounder King on menus. With any luck, this item can capture the same great taste you remember from 2018 and can prove popular enough to stick around for a while. Just keep your fingers crossed that the item doesn't go the way of Spicy Chicken Fries or Satisfries, or else you might have to sign a few more petitions to get the burger back a third time.