They're back. Lobster rolls will soon be available at select McDonald's locations in the Northeast.
Starting June 20, select stores in Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut and the Albany, New York, area, will offer the rolls.
The lobster rolls appeared on the fast-food giant's menu for the first time in a decade last summer, according to a McDonald's press release.
They are made with North Atlantic lobster meat and tossed in mayonnaise and then layered with lettuce and served on a toasted roll.
For $8.99, customers can purchase the lobster roll through mid-August, according to McDonald's.
With just 290 calories, the roll also has one of the lowest calorie counts for a McDonald's menu item. To put it in perspective, a Big Mac has 530 calories.