McDonald's to offer 'a fine dining experience'
McDonald's is what it is. If you want familiar, super-quick food that is gloriously bad for you, served in satisfying Americana boxes and bags, you know where you need to be.
However, McDonald's like tinkering more than Claudio Ranieri, and are always trying to act like your best friend. So what are they up to now? Well, one restaurant in Australia is going to offer customers a 'fine dining experience', which sounds as awful as eating a Creme Egg with a spoon.
The deal is this: customers who buy a premium meal between 5pm and 8pm will have it served to them on a china plate by a waiter or waitress. They can eat a Big Mac with a knife and fork and drink their milkshake out of a glass, dabbing at their gobs with a cloth napkin.
Glenn and Katia Dwarte, owners of the franchise in Warilla said: "Everyone seems to be loving it."
There's obviously a lot of stoners in Warilla.
This couple are always looking at ways of drumming up business for Ronald McDonald (CEO of the burger chain) as they have previously created an app which allowed customers to order and pay for their meal before entering the restaurant. That seems like a good idea, but eating a McDonald's meal from a plate is against nature itself.