On the 6th July I was invited to McDonald’s in Coventry (Walsgrave) to have a look around and discover what was new and see the changes coming to the restaurant. I had a lovely afternoon chatting with some bloggers and the staff including the lovely franchisee Sarah Mclean.
Whilst there I discovered so may things about McDonald’s that I didn’t know before and I am going to share them with you.
- Not only can you now make your order at your leisure with the new self checkout and have it delivered to your table, you can also totally customise your order. We always use the touchscreen screens to order but I always eat the same items because I don’t like some aspects of some meals (I.e pickles on burgers and certain sauces) but now when you order there is a customise button and that will let you take off or add as you wish.
2. Big Mac’s taste nice. In all my years if visiting McDonald’s I have never tasted the most well known of burgers, the Big Mac. But while visiting I was lucky enough to go behind the scenes and make my very own Big Mac (before eating it).
I think I did a pretty good job
3. While I was in the kitchen we discovered that all food served in McDonald’s is made fresh to order.
4. Some McDonald’s have activities on (this one had face painting) for a small charge. And all proceeds go to the Ronald McDonald House Charity. I had never heard of this charity before but hearing about it on Thursday made my house want to burst. It is a fantastic charity that I will be donating to from now on.
I hope I have helped you discover a few things too with my post and you will be visiting your local McDonald’s soon to have a look at what they have new to discover. The Coventry branch is not the closest one to me but its not a million miles away either so I will definitely be visiting again soon. The kids love the new tablets that they can play on at the tables
Will enjoy their face painted or a balloon (that are given to all children free of charge) or to play in their very awesome soft play.
*This is a sponsored post but all words and opinions are my own and honest.