McDonald’s in Wisbech is open again after it was shut for six weeks for a major make over

PUBLISHED: 13:53 13 September 2017

Opening of the newly refurbished McDonalds at Wisbech PHOTO: Ian Carter

Opening of the newly refurbished McDonalds at Wisbech PHOTO: Ian Carter

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McDonald’s in Wisbech opened its doors to customers again today with a brand new high tech look after it was shut for the school holidays for a make over.

Opening of the newly refurbished McDonalds at Wisbech PHOTO: Ian Carter Opening of the newly refurbished McDonalds at Wisbech PHOTO: Ian Carter

The store on Cromwell Road has been given “a major digital makeover following significant investment from local franchisee Matthew Jarrett.”

Opening of the newly refurbished McDonalds at Wisbech PHOTO: Ian Carter Opening of the newly refurbished McDonalds at Wisbech PHOTO: Ian Carter

Mr Jarrett, who owns and operates the Wisbech branch, said: “We’re anticipating the changes we’re making will affect how our customers use it, with those who used to pop in for a quick bite staying longer to use the tech we have on offer.

Opening of the newly refurbished McDonalds at Wisbech PHOTO: Ian Carter Opening of the newly refurbished McDonalds at Wisbech PHOTO: Ian Carter

“I’m excited to be re-opening the restaurant and can’t wait to hear what my customers and staff think of the new features.”

Opening of the newly refurbished McDonalds at Wisbech PHOTO: Ian Carter Opening of the newly refurbished McDonalds at Wisbech PHOTO: Ian Carter

A McDonald’s spokesman said there is table service to take the stress out of finding somewhere to sit when carrying food, potentially with children, bags and buggies.

Opening of the newly refurbished McDonalds at Wisbech PHOTO: Ian Carter Opening of the newly refurbished McDonalds at Wisbech PHOTO: Ian Carter

There is also the self-order kiosks designed to speed up ordering.

Opening of the newly refurbished McDonalds at Wisbech PHOTO: Ian Carter Opening of the newly refurbished McDonalds at Wisbech PHOTO: Ian Carter

“These allow visitors to browse the menu, look at nutritional information and personalise their meals, giving people more time to consider their food and drink choices.

Opening of the newly refurbished McDonalds at Wisbech PHOTO: Ian Carter Opening of the newly refurbished McDonalds at Wisbech PHOTO: Ian Carter

“The changes have been designed with changing customer needs in mind, and the dedicated dining room hosts will ensure the process is as quick and easy as possible.

Opening of the newly refurbished McDonalds at Wisbech PHOTO: Ian Carter Opening of the newly refurbished McDonalds at Wisbech PHOTO: Ian Carter

“With innovations led by improving the customer experience, these major digital changes will benefit everyone,” the spokesman said.

Opening of the newly refurbished McDonalds at Wisbech PHOTO: Ian Carter Opening of the newly refurbished McDonalds at Wisbech PHOTO: Ian Carter

Opening of the newly refurbished McDonalds at Wisbech PHOTO: Ian Carter Opening of the newly refurbished McDonalds at Wisbech PHOTO: Ian Carter

Opening of the newly refurbished McDonalds at Wisbech PHOTO: Ian Carter Opening of the newly refurbished McDonalds at Wisbech PHOTO: Ian Carter

Opening of the newly refurbished McDonalds at Wisbech PHOTO: Ian Carter Opening of the newly refurbished McDonalds at Wisbech PHOTO: Ian Carter

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