Wendy's has confirmed some of the menu items that will be available when it opens its first UK branch in more than two decades.
The popular US fast-food chain is set to open its doors in Reading and it has now confirmed four items Brits will finally be able to get their paws on.
First up is the Dave Single Burger, which is a fresh beef quarter pounder, loaded with American cheese, lettuce, tomato, pickle, onions, mayonnaise and ketchup on a toasted bun.
Chicken-lovers can tuck into Wendy's Spicy Chicken Sandwich, made with chicken breast marinated and breaded in a blend of peppers and spices, served with lettuce, tomato and mayonnaise in a toasted bun.
The menu will also feature some salads, including the Avocado Chicken Salad which mixes lettuce, cheddar cheese, tomatoes, avocado, Applewood smoked bacon, and grilled chicken breast covered with Southwest Ranch Dressing.
For dessert you'll be able to get yourself a Chocolate Frosty - which is a sort of milkshake/ice cream hybrid.
A spokesperson for Wendy's told the Sun that a full menu will be announced 'in due course'.
Although yet to open its first restaurant, Wendy's already has its sights set on a second location in Oxford.
A Wendy's spokesperson said: "I can confirm that Wendy's will be opening in the United Kingdom in the first half of this year.
"Our first location will be in Reading and I can also confirm that we will open a restaurant in Oxford.
"We are also exploring additional opportunities in the London area.
"The brand is excited to enter the UK with company-owned and operated restaurants this year, and we are looking for franchisees to grow with us across the UK."
The chain first came to the UK in the 1980s and 1990s, but closed all of its stores here in 2000.
But now it looks like it's finally making a comeback - and many fans are already excited.
One person tweeted: "@Wendys thank you for deciding to return to the UK can't wait for your new branches to open.... #wendys."
Someone else said: "@Wendys what's the news on reopening in the UK? When do we get that awesome chilli back in Britain?"
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