McDonald's fans will be excited to hear that some old favourites are coming back to the menu.
The fast food outlet has announced it's changing its menu for the upcoming summer months – and bringing back some food offerings you may remember.
One such product hat is making a comeback is Maccies' delicious Cheese and Herb Melts, which will once again served with the restaurant's rich and tangy tomato dip.
You'll be able to get your hands on the melts for the bargain price of £1.89.
When it comes to sweet treats, McDonald's are bring back both the Galaxy Chocolate McFlurry and the Galaxy Caramel.
The chocolatey dessert is made from soft dairy ice cream, swirled with Galaxy chocolate pieces and either a chocolate or smooth caramel sauce.
Cool down with one this summer for just £1.39 – or 99p if you fancy a lighter bite.
When it comes to burgers prepare yourself for the return two classics – the Bacon Clubhouse Double and the Chicken Deluxe.
The Bacon Clubhouse Double is made up of two 100% beef patties, two rashers of Beechwood smoked bacon, a slice of cheddar cheese, onions, tomato, lettuce and Special Sauce in a golden brioche bun. You can get your mitts on this for £4.79.
Meanwhile, the Chicken Deluxe consists of two crunchy Chicken Selects layered with smooth Emmental cheese, lettuce, and red onions. All topped with a zesty tomato relish and cool mayo. This will set up back just £4.39.
These new menu items will be available from Wednesday May 5th, so make sure you grab them while they're on offer!
McDonald's outlets are currently open for outside dining only, as well as takeaway and other delivery options.
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It was also claimed this week that McDonald's is set to "limit Pokémon Happy Meal toy purchases in UK" when they head over here.
The characters are expected to turn up in UK Happy Meals from May 19, but the chain will reportedly restrict the number of additional Pokémon toys you can buy after chaos in the US.
It's claimed US customers quickly bought up supplies of the $2.49 (£1.78) Happy Meals in order to grab the included Pokémon cards and sell them on for profit.
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