McDonald's is to roll out a long-awaited home delivery trial as UK consumers continue to embrace the rapidly expanding market.
The fast food giant said it was looking to launch a "small" delivery pilot this summer, with specific locations yet to be decided.
A McDonald's spokeswoman said: "It is no secret we have been looking at the potential of delivery in recent months.
"This service is offered in other markets around the world and its growth within the UK continues to gather pace.
"Listening to our customers, we know that this is a route they would like us to explore, and I can confirm that we are looking to launch a small delivery pilot this summer.
"Specific locations to be included within this pilot are yet to be decided."
The announcement comes a week after KFC launched home deliveries across 30 restaurants in Greater London via the Just Eat platform.
Recent figures show home deliveries of ready-to-eat food grew 10 times faster than the eating out market last year.
The delivery sector jumped almost 10% to 599 million visits in Britain last year, while total visits out to restaurants and other dining venues rose by just 1%, according to analysts NPD Group.
The delivery channel was worth £3.6 billion last year, a 6% increase on 2015 and 50% more than in 2008.
The study found the average bill for delivered food is nearly £1 lower than for a meal eaten on the premises.
Cyril Lavenant, foodservice director for the UK at the NPD Group, said ordering ready-to-eat food for delivery via an app or by phone "is growing so fast that 'eating in' is becoming the new 'eating out'".