McDonald's announces the 15 restaurants reopening for delivery next week

McDonald’s has announced the 15 branches which will reopen next week.

All stores were closed in March as the UK went into lockdown, but now some restaurants will reopen for delivery only through Uber Eats and Just Eat from next week.

You won’t be able to order through the My McDonald’s app or go to the store to pick food up.

The stores will reopen from 11am on May 13 and operate on reduced hours from 11am until 10pm every day, which means there will be no breakfast options for now.

McDonald’s said that these 15 stores would be the first to reopen but they are working hard to reopen more as soon as possible.

The 15 stores are:

  • Chelmsford Riverside
  • Chelmsford Westway
  • Ipswich Cardinal Park
  • Boreham Interchange
  • Luton Leagrave
  • Watford Hertfordshire Arms
  • Caul End Lane, Luton
  • Beechings Way, Gillingham
  • Sittingbourne Retail Park
  • Gillingham Bowaters
  • Tooting
  • Dalston
  • Welling
  • Harrow
  • Luton George Street

They will operate with a reduced menu, which was revealed last week.

It includes the Big Mac, Quarter Pounder, McChicken sandwich, hamburgers, McNuggets, chicken Selects, Filet-O-Fish, fries and mozzarella dippers, as well as a selection of McFlurries and drinks.

Alongside today’s announcement, McDonald’s said that they have reviewed the available dishes and will be adding the Vegetable Deluxe to the menu and the Veggie Dippers to both the main menu and Happy Meal.

Last week, the company’s UK and Ireland boss Paul Pomroy said: ‘We sought the views of our employees as we worked through our reopening planning, to give us all confidence in the measures we are introducing to keep them safe.

‘We understand everyone has been affected by this global crisis differently and therefore when it comes to returning to work, our people will be encouraged to make the right decision, based on their personal circumstances.

‘The tests have proven successful and I will outline the ways in which we will slowly, but safely, begin to resume serving McDonald’s customers again.’

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