Denny’s reveals the item customers are saying is ‘cursed’ – and you might be surprised

A LOVED diner food chain has unveiled the item many customers are thinking is ‘cursed’ – and it may not be what you’re thinking.

For decades, Denny’s has kept customers full and satisfied with its extensive menu.

Denny's revealed which item is on its menu


Denny’s revealed which item on its menu is ‘cursed’Photo credit: Getty

As part of a Friday the 13th tradition, Denny’s shared several superstitions customers have about the restaurant.

Some of the superstitions include never cutting into a pancake until everyone at the table gets their food.

Otherwise you will never get enough.

Another rule to follow is not to toast with a glass of water, “or you will spill your glass and more”.

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But Denny’s revealed the “damn” item on its menu.

“The melted fried cheese was damn!” read a tweet from Denny’s Twitter account.

The infamous fried processed cheese made its debut at Denny’s in 2010 and easily became a top choice on the value menu.

Denny’s made the treat with two slices of sourdough bread, melted American cheese, and four sticks of fried mozzarella.

Customers only had to shell out $4 for the meal, which contained a whopping 895 calories.

However, the item was quietly removed from the menu in 2021, with the company hoping it wouldn’t cause a stir.

Still, fans were up in arms about the removal, with some even creating a petition demanding her return.

One customer called the meal “the most amazing thing on earth,” according to Change.

Another said at the time: “There’s nothing better to end a great night out than melting with my closest friends at Denny’s with fried cheese.”

The fried melty cheese was a staple on Denny's menu until its 2021 discontinuation


The fried melty cheese was a staple on Denny’s menu until its 2021 discontinuationPhoto credit: Denny’s Diner Denny’s reveals the item customers are saying is ‘cursed’ – and you might be surprised


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