Some more good news for McDonald’s lovers as the Fast food chain has announced when walk-in takeaway services will resume in Irish restaurants.
Last month the fast food giant began reopening their drive-thru facilities and now customers can look forward to walk in services from June 24th.
In a statement McDonald’s CEO Paul Pomroy said:
“I know that opening those doors will be incredibly satisfying for our restaurant teams, but it will also mean them getting used to the measures we have implemented to enable us to safely return.”
“Following a closed test in London last month, I am pleased to confirm that we will begin reopening for takeaway. Starting in the UK on Wednesday, June 17, in 11 Roadchef service station locations, we will welcome motorway users back inside our restaurants for the first time since March.
“We’re taking our time to get this right, reviewing our processes before we gradually roll-out to towns and city centres across Ireland and the UK from June 24 onwards.”