FAST food chain McDonald’s has revealed the list of 42 restaurants serving breakfast from today.
It has also named the 260 branches opening for takeaways, as part of its phased reopening planning following the easing of coronavirus lockdown measures.
McMuffin’s, hash browns, pancakes and bacon rolls are back on the menu – but it won’t be serving breakfast wraps, bagels or porridge.
It is also operating reduced opening hours, which vary between restaurants.
The chain is hoping to roll out the full menu later this summer.
Last week, McDonald’s trailed opening up 11 service station restaurants for takeaway and click and collect orders.
The fast food chain now has 1,000 branches out of 1,300 offering home delivery or drive-thru.
Within the 280 opening for takeaway today, customers will be able to use till points and self-service touch screens to order food, they can also use the My McDonald’s app.
These screens will be cleaned by staff every 30 minutes.
Restaurants will also have one-way systems and limits on the number of customers inside at one time.
They will also have to use sanitisers on the way in – and are being asked to visit branches alone to pick up orders.
Toilets, children’s play areas and seating areas are staying closed too.
McDonald’s has been reopening restaurants in phases after closing all 1,350 sites on March 23 due to the coronavirus crisis.
There is also still a slimmed down menu in place, and customers are being encouraged to spend no more than £25.
We’ve rounded up all the changes you can expect to find in takeaway restaurants in this handy guide.