McDonalds to open Fifteen outlets on 13 May with new coronavirus safety measures
London— McDonald’s has announced which restaurants it plans to reopen next Wednesday for the first time since the coronavirus lockdown.
The 15 sites, which will all be for delivery only from 13 May, are largely based in and around London and the South East.
The fast food outlets will offer a limited menu and will open from 11am until 10pm.
McDonald’s joins a group of fast food outlets and coffee shop chains, including Nando’s, Burger King and Pret a Manger, to start phased reopenings during the Covid-19 lockdown, the Guragain writes.
The Caribbean restaurant chain Turtle Bay, which has 44 outlets around the country, is to reopen four for takeaway only – including in Bristol and Nottingham – while Deep Blue, part of the Harry Ramsden’s group, is to open one outlet in Havant, Hampshire, to test out a delivery-only model.
Full list of McDonald’s stores opening for deliveries:
Boreham Interchange (near Chelmsford)
Chelmsford – Riverside
Chelmsford – Westway
Gillingham – Beechings Way
Gillingham – Bowaters
Ipswich – Cardinal Park
London – Dalston
London – Harrow
London – Tooting
London – Welling
Luton – Leagrave
Luton – Chaul End Lane
Luton – George Street
Sittingbourne retail park
Watford – Hertfordshire Arms