Taco Bell fans will soon be saying goodbye to an item that debuted nearly a decade ago.
The fast-food chain announced Thursday that the Quesarito will be removed from menus nationwide on April 19, KTLA reports. Fans still have over a month to order the Quesarito online or on the Taco Bell app before its departure.
The Quesarito, a burrito wrapped into a quesadilla, debuted in 2014 and was a success among customers, The Takeout reported.
In a press release shared with Nexstar, Taco Bell did not disclose why its Quesarito — described as a “cheesy delight” — was being removed from the menu, nor whether it may return at a later date.
While Taco Bell might be saying goodbye to the Quesarito, the restaurants are welcoming back to other items that were previously on the menu: the Bacon Club Chalupa and the Double Steak Grilled Cheese Burrito.
Both items returned to Taco Bell menus for a limited time on Thursday. The Bacon Club Chalupa was last seen on the menu two years ago, according to the Taco Bell Wiki Page.
In addition to these returning items, Taco Bell announced that customers in Knoxville, Tennessee, will be among the first to try its Cheesy Chicken Crispanada, the chain’s take on a chicken and cheese empanada.
The Crispanada will be served with a spicy ranch sauce for “extra craveable dipping,” Taco Bell said.