McDonald's will reopen 11 restaurants for walk-in customers next week

McDonald's will reopen 11 restaurants for walk-in customers next week

McDonald’s will reopen 11 restaurants for walk-in customers from June 17 at motorway service stations – but dining areas will remain shut

  • McDonald’s will reopen 11 Roadchef service station restaurants on June 17
  • Roll-out to high street, town and city centre restaurants across UK from June 24
  • Number of customers in store will be capped, with a one-way system in place 
  • There will be hand sanitiser at cleaning stations with seating areas closed off

McDonald’s has today announced a new ‘walk in’ service which will allow customers to collect orders at the till. 

On June 17, McDonald’s will reopen 11 Roadchef service station restaurants to the public for walk-in takeaway for motorway users.

This will roll-out to high street, town and city centre restaurants across the UK and Ireland from Wednesday, June 24. 

The number of customers allowed in store will be capped, with a one-way system in place and hand sanitiser at cleaning stations. 

There will be fewer self-order screens switched on, sanitised at least every 30 minutes, while seating areas, customer toilets and lifts will remain closed.

On Wednesday, June 17, McDonald’s will reopen 11 Roadchef service station restaurants to the public for walk-in takeaway for motorway users

There was chaos across the country as the fast food giant reopened 1,000 restaurants last week with orders via McDelivery or via one of 923 drive-thrus. 

Customers were seen queuing for hours to get their hands on a Big Mac, with cars blocking off emergency vehicles in some locations.  

Fans can also get their hands on McMuffins as of June 24 when McDonald’s will trial breakfast service in a small number of restaurants. 

It aims to roll out the breakfast menu nationwide in July.  

Stores reopened with a restricted menu last month, with lower staff numbers and social distancing in kitchens. 

Tomorrow, McDelivery will return in over 570 restaurants across the UK and Ireland. 

The full list will be available on the McDonald’s website in the morning and customers will be able to order via Uber Eats or Just Eat from 11am. 

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