Whataburger this week re-introduced its popular Chop House Cheddar Burger, back for the summer after a yearlong absence from the restaurant’s menu.
The sandwich consists of two American beef patties, complemented with bacon, grilled onions, melted cheddar cheese, and steak sauce. Like the chain’s signature offering — the Whataburger — the Chop House Cheddar Burger now comes in two sizes, original (1170 calories) and junior (630 calories).
The Texas-based, twenty-four-hour hamburger chain first debuted the Chop House Cheddar Burger during an approximately three-week period in the summer of 2009. At that time, the sandwich was available for $4.69 or as part of a combo including french fries and a drink for $6.69. This year prices on both the sandwich and the combo have risen by just ten cents. Also, in what feels like a nod to the increasingly health-conscious tendencies of fast food customers, diners choosing the combo meal can replace the french fries with a modest side salad for an additional twenty-five cents.
The Chop House Cheddar Burger is available at all Whataburger locations now until August 2.