McDonald’s is bringing back its breakfast menu - here’s what you need to know
McDonald’s is currently in the process of opening all of its drive-thru venues in the UK, and these will offer a reduced menu to customers.
Now more good news is here for McDonald’s lovers as the fast food chain reveals the beloved breakfast menu is being brought back in a matter of weeks.
This is everything you need to know.
When is the breakfast menu coming back?
“I hope that within a few weeks we will be able to start trialling a breakfast service.”
However, Pomroy warned that the new items will only be introduced when it is safe to do so, so there has not been any specific date revealed for when you can enjoy a McDonald’s breakfast again.
Similarly, no specific locations have been revealed to be part of the breakfast trial either.
He said: “Please continue to bear with us. Employee safety remains my top priority and we will only move forward with new services and menu items when we’re confident we can do so whilst still enabling a safe working environment.”
What’s on the reduced menu?
McDonald’s has reopened nearly all of its drive-thru services and plans on launching its McDelivery service at 500 restaurants across the UK.
To adjust to working around smaller teams of staff and safety measures, the fast food chain is operating with a reduced menu.
The reduced menu items currently include:
- Big Mac
- Quarter pounder with cheese
- McChicken sandwich
- Vegetable deluxe
- Double cheeseburger
- Chicken McNuggets
- Chicken selects
- 20 chicken McNuggets sharebox
- Mozzarella dippers
- Veggie dippers (four pieces)
- Happy Meal veggie dippers (two pieces)
Also included on the menu are various McFlurry flavours, soft drinks and coffees.
How can I see if my local branch is open?
You can see if your local McDonald’s has reopened for drive-thru or delivery by using the store locator tool on the McDonald’s website.
The website will show you the opening hours for your local branch, and which services they offer, such as ‘drive thru only’ or ‘delivery only’.