First look inside revamped McDonald’s
21st June 2017
The McDonald's restaurant at Meridian Point in Cleethorpes has re-opened after undergoing an extensive refurbishment.
Contractors have been busy working at the site over the past month and the restaurant opened its doors to customers again at 10.30am.
The 'digital makeover' will enable customers to purchase their food from self-serving kiosks inside the restaurant before having it delivered direct to their tables.
The refurbishment comes after similar revamps were completed at the McDonald's restaurants on Birchin Way, Grimsby, and Grimsby Road, Cleethorpes, which have undergone similar revamps in the past 18 months.
The modernisation represents another 'significant investment' made by Humber-focused franchisee George Michniewicz.
A spokesperson for McDonald's said: "Table service has also been introduced to the restaurant, which aims to take the stress out of finding somewhere to sit when carrying food, potentially with children, bags and buggies. Customer feedback has so far been positive; families enjoy the ease of not having to leave children unattended while queuing, and people feel it means they have more time to chat with friends and family.
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"The introduction of these changes also means that McDonald's crew are able to widen their skill set. More are able to be in front of the counter, serving customers and helping them navigate the new digital menu boards for the first time ever. This takes McDonald's customer service to the next level and crew and customers alike are noticing the positive difference."
According to McDonald's, the new technology inside the store could see "even more exciting features introduced if current trials prove successful. This could include the option to customise the classic burgers that customers know and love."
The company says the refurbishment programme is biggest and most ambitious in its history.
News Courtesy: www.humberbusiness.com