30 Nostalgic Fast Food Items from the 80s and 90s That We'll Never Forget

By Sophia Maddox | June 6, 2023

Burger King Bundles

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In 1987, Burger King introduced a novel concept - Bundles - that soon disappeared from menus almost as quickly as it arrived. These diminutive burgers, what we now refer to as sliders, were perhaps ahead of their time, as their small size and multi-pack format were unusual in an era when fast-food consumers sought supersized portions.

Burger King's Bundles may have been too small, even for White Castle's standards, leaving some customers feeling underwhelmed by their minuscule size. Perhaps the idea of spending valuable time on something so small also deterred patrons from getting into this radical concept.

McDonald's Onion Nuggets

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McDonald's introduced deep-fried onion bits, known as Onion Nuggets, in the late 1970s as part of their dollar menu. However, the item was short-lived and discontinued shortly after its release. The reason for its discontinuation is unknown, but some speculate that it may have been due to the name, which, you know, is incredibly unappealing.