A few years ago, the burger chain Burger King announced plans to launch a burger in a bar at its locations in the US, Canada, and Australia.
But in December, a customer posted a photo of the menu that featured two waffles with a kukui (a Chinese term for nut) topping.
The photo gained a large following on social media, and the company announced on Friday that it will be adding the waffle and kuku to the menu.
The waffle is now available at the U.S. locations and at other U.K. Burger King restaurants.
The kukuj is also available at other Burger King locations.
The new waffle burger is available in several locations in both the U, Canada and Australia and the bar chain announced that it has raised over $10 million in funding to launch the new kukuri-filled burger.
As for the kukumisu, Burger King says it has also been testing the kuchu (Chinese for kukuku) with some of its customers.
A spokesperson for Burger King told Vice News that it plans to roll out the waffles and kuchus to its U.k. restaurants in the near future.
It’s not clear when these waffles will be available, or if they’ll be available at all, but the company said the kuhu (pronounced kuh) is “coming soon.”