Three McDonald’s restaurants in Norfolk to introduce table service
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Three McDonald's restaurants in Norfolk are to introduce table service for their customers.
From May 10, customers at the restaurants in Brundall, Dereham and on Boundary Road in Norwich, will be able to order their food from a digital kiosk and then have their meal delivered to their table. They will also be able to browse the whole menu via the digital kiosks and check the nutritional information.
Kevin Foley, who runs the Brundall restaurant, said: 'All of the features have been introduced so that we can meet our customers evolving needs and table service is a great example of that.
'We know that for parents for example, it can sometimes be a stressful experience ordering at the till and carrying food while keeping an eye on children, so table service enables customers to order at the self-order kiosk and then sit down at a designated zone to be served their food.'
McDonald's are looking to introduce other concepts in their restaurants if current trials are successful. These include the option to customise the classic burgers, ordering and paying by smartphone and table-top games for customers.
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