McDonalds now mulling over introducing waiter service
McDonalds call their outlets 'restaurants' but are they really? There's no waiter service and they encourage you to put your leftovers in the bin once you're finished. But that could be all about to change as the burger pimps are dabbling in the idea of bringing table service to their 'restaurants'.
It's being trialled in their state-of-the-art venue in Milton Keynes (naturally) and hungry punters can give their order, have their food brought to them and settle the bill without once getting up off their fat arses. Just like in a 'proper' 'restaurant'. Thrilling stuff.
Their chief executive Jill McDonald says: “McDonalds has always been about convenience. We want to understand if table service is what people want." The Milton Keynes store, which we don't believe even exists, has sofas, extendable tables, banks of iPads and projectors that beam magic tricks to entertain the younglings. Not only THAT, but there's private meeting rooms with boardroom tables for 'business customers'.
The future's bright. The future's McDonalds. Or something.