After re-opening branches for delivery and drive-thrus over the past few months, McDonald’s is now set to re-open 700 of its restaurants in the UK for dine-in this week.
Tomorrow (July 22), the fast-food chain will re-open 700 of its restaurants for dine-in with a reduced menu.
McDonald’s will be implementing a number of measures to ensure customers can dine safely, such as only allowing table service using the self-order kiosks or by using the McDonald’s app. Restaurants will also be carefully managing the number of people inside and customers will be expected to wear face coverings.
The fast-food chain will also be participating in the Eat Out To Help Out scheme where restaurants will be offering 50% off dine-in bills, up to £10 per head, between Mondays-Wednesdays in August.
The re-opening on McDonald’s for dine-in comes after the chain closed all its restaurants across the UK in March due to the coronavirus pandemic. Since May, the company has gradually re-opened its branches for delivery and drive-thru to coincide with the easing of lockdown.