Fast food fans, your dreams have come true – McDonald’s has finally started offering home delivery in the UK.
After years of speculation from burger lovers, the restaurant giant has confirmed that they’ll be introducing a delivery service across the country, with the scheme starting out at 22 restaurants in London, and a further 10 restaurants in Leeds and Nottingham respectively.
‘Yes it’s true, you’re now able to order McDonald’s straight to your door,’ the brand’s site reveals. ‘McDelivery is currently available in a select number of restaurants, ahead of being rolled out in many more locations later this year.’
The deliveries will be made available through a partnership with UberEATS, at the cost of £2.50 on top of your food bill. The app is free to download, and available for both iPhone and Android devices.
‘Delivery is something that my customers often ask about so it’s exciting that we’re now up and running with McDelivery in a selection of my London restaurants,’ Claude Abi-Gerges, owner of five of the London restaurants taking part in the trial, said to The Sun.
‘The McDelivery service is designed with the customer in mind, bringing a new level of convenience. It’s the next chapter in how we get freshly made, great-tasting food to our customers in a way that suits them and fits around their busy lives’.
Want to try McDelivery for yourself? It’s available for breakfast, lunch and dinner, from 7am-2am in London, and 8am-midnight in Nottingham and Leeds, all week long.
And if McDonald’s delivery hasn’t launched yet in your area, sit tight, because the company says it’s coming. You can even sign up to alerts on their website to make sure you’re the first one to get your hands on a brown paper bag when the time comes. Happy Meals all round!