McDonald's relocates Lyndhurst branch

The larger store features self-serve kiosks and a dual lane drive-thru.

McDonald’s has announced the relocation of its Lyndhurst store.

According to McDonald’s Southern Region development director Tom Veale, the new and larger store features the chain’s latest design, self-serve kiosks, a PlayPlace, dual lane drive-thru and McCafe.

Grand Big Mac returns

In a separate announcement, McDonald’s also revealed that its Grand Big Mac is back for a limited time.

The bigger Big Mac version is made with two large Australian beef patties, special sauce, lettuce, melted cheese and pickles, served on a big sesame seed bun, is only available from 19 December to 4 February 2020.

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