McDonald's to reopen 15 restaurants in May with 'limited menu' - here is what you can get

McDonald's is set to reopen 15 restaurants in May with a 'limited menu'.

Friday, 1st May 2020, 4:22 pm

A memo was issue today by McDonald's CEO Paul Pomroy.

A total of 15 of the chain's restaurants will reopen for delivery only from May 13.

The location of the 15 restaurants has not yet been announced - it is due to be released next week.

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McDonald’s CEO UK and Ireland, Paul Pomroy, said: "On May 13th, we will reopen 15 of our restaurants in the UK; this will be in a limited capacity with delivery only.

"The restaurants involved will be announced next week as we work through inviting our employees back to work and supporting our delivery partners to prepare for our gradual return."

McDonald's will implement new safety and social distancing measures.

The full list of items on the limited menu is as follows:

Big Mac

Quarter Pounder with Cheese

McChicken Sandwich

Hamburger

Cheeseburger

Double Cheeseburger

Chicken McNuggets

Chicken Selects

20 Chicken McNuggets Sharebox

Filet-o-Fish

Fries

Mozzarella Dippers

Apple and Grape fruit bag

Core McFlurry (Oreo/smartie/maltesers)

Water

Soft Drinks

Tropicana

Fruit Shoot

Hot Drinks

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