Aberdeen McDonald’s to roll-out ‘click and collect’ app ordering after revamp

A popular McDonald’s restaurant in Aberdeen has shut for a “digital transformation”.

The fast food eatery in Asda, at the Bridge of Dee, has closed for a  major refurbishment.

When it reopens, the new-look store will offer McDonald’s new “click and collect” service.

With this customers can place their order through a dedicated app on their phone and pick up their food when they arrive.

The restaurant will also be the latest in Aberdeen to offer self-service kiosks and table service.

As part of the digital transformation free-to-use tablets and mobile phone charging points will be rolled out across the eatery.

Franchisee Craig Duncan – who runs eight restaurants, employing 750 staff – said: “I’m looking forward to reopening the restaurant in Aberdeen and would like to thank our local customers for bearing with us while the transformation is taking place.

“I’m confident the new store will offer visitors to the restaurant more choice as to how to they order and am particularly excited to introduce the ‘click and collect’ app to my customers.”

The store will reopen in November with the changes creating 10 new jobs.

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