Burger King has actually delighted followers after introducing their new summer food selection, consisting of halloumi french fries.

The fast food titan will also be a releasing a brand-new array on their classic burger today – that includes the Cheesy Bacon Lover array which is composed of The Cheese Bacon Double, Cheesy Bacon Single as well as The Cheesy Bacon Chicken.

The squeaky halloumi fries – which are offered to buy through restaurant and drive thru, in either a 6-piece (₤ 3.69) or 9-piece (₤ 4.69) portions. The fries include the choices of wonderful chilli, smokey BBQ or spicy mayo dipping pots.

While it does not contain meat product, the halloumi isn’t purely vegan as it’s prepared in the very same oil as chicken. Alongside the cheesy sides, the chain is including three new burgers to the food selection as part of the Cheesy Bacon Enthusiast variety. The Halloumi Bacon King features crispy bacon sandwiched between two golden-fried halloumi patties, served in a brioche bun with lettuce, mayo and a fresh piece of tomato.

It’s not just Halloumi Fries

As high as we enjoy a beef patty, there’s just something actually unique about a halloumi burger. So, we’re dead chuffed to listen to that Burger King has not only brought back its EXTRAORDINARY Halloumi King burger. But it additionally comes with bacon currently, if that’s what you’re into.

Katie Evans, marketing director at Burger King UK, said: “We are so pleased to be able to begin broadening our food selection once again as we continue to relieve of lockdown with our phased re-opening strategy.

” You asked, we paid attention and also now we can ultimately bring a dosage of much-needed happiness with the return of our popular Halloumi King Burger as well as new Halloumi Bacon Burger, just in time for summertime.”

The burgers can both be purchased separately or as part of a meal with chips and a beverage which will set you back ₤ 5.99 for the Halloumi Burger as well as ₤ 7.49 for the Halloumi King Burger.

Burger King is continuing its phased reopening strategy, with 350 locations for distribution as well as drive-thru set to be open in the UK by the end of June.

Why did Burger King stop serving Halloumi for a while?

The sudden disappearance of the much-loved squeaky cheese from the menu is frustrating some customers, and the reason provided by staff was unexpected.

‘ It’s all due to Brexit’, one employee said, adding that the company had been importing the cheese which it could be reintroduced if a British supplier is discovered instead– however later on Burger King officials said it was constantly suggested to be a “limited-edition summertime treat”.

A spokesperson for Burger King claimed: “The Halloumi King was always meant to be a limited-edition summer treat. It was unbelievably well gotten by Burger King fans across the UK, so there is prospective it will return in next year, as well as, if it does, felt confident Burger King UK will certainly do it’s finest to ensure it continues to be constructed from the finest Cypriot halloumi.”