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If you’re a fan of the fry-up, you’re in for a treat.
Beloved American diner chain Denny’s – famous for its massive breakfasts – is coming to the UK
The restaurant announced the news on its new UK Twitter account.
When you find out Denny's is finally coming to the UK! pic.twitter.com/UGlrOq5ULg
— Denny's UK (@dennys_dineruk) September 28, 2017
Its first location will open in Swansea after Christmas – and the chain told fans to expect all their American favourites.
The chain currently operates over 2,100 restaurants across America and eight other countries, according to WalesOnline, so it could become a pretty big deal if it expands across the UK.
Some of its most popular menu items include its pancakes, shakes, burgers, and its “Slam” breakfasts – including the 2,300 calorie Grand Slam Slugger, which comes with two fluffy buttermilk pancakes, two fried eggs, two rashers of bacon, two sausages, hash browns, coffee and juice.
- Facebook / Denny’s UK
Unsurprisingly perhaps, UK fans of the chain are going a bit mental.
Some even thought it was a cruel joke.
Is this a trick – I dont believe it
— Nickola_D ♥ (@Nickola_D) September 30, 2017
Please say this is real!!?? @dennys_dineruk coming to the UK! ???????? Where tho? Want to put one in my spare bedroom? ????
— Adam Smith (@adamkidsmith) September 28, 2017
However, now that it’s been confirmed, they’re readying their road trips.
@dennys_dineruk Excited is not even close, please tell me your bringing breakfast pancakes & all the good stuff…. Oh & come to Brighton!❤
— sian barr (@sianybuk) September 28, 2017
— Simon & Lisa (@ReevesFamAdvs) October 1, 2017
— Craig. (@craigyboi) October 1, 2017
— Brad (@bradleyj86) October 2, 2017
OH MY GOOD GOD SWEET BABY JESUS AND ALL THE SAINTS @dennys_dineruk IS COMING TO THE UK.
— Natalie (@Gallifrey_Child) October 4, 2017
— Nicola stone (@Nicolastone86) September 29, 2017
— Laura (@ljlaurajane) September 29, 2017
@dennys_dineruk Omg! ???????? Think I might have a new favourite restaurant in the U.K. Road trip to South Wales when it opens! yay! 😀
— Deborah Plummer (@DebzStevens) September 29, 2017
— Marty Walker (@Martyn__Walker) September 29, 2017