More than 600 McDonald’s restaurants in Southern California will soon start offering table service and a new menu.
Customers will be able to order their meals at a register, then go to a table where their food will be brought to them by a McDonald’s employee, the Los Angeles Business Journal reports.
The Southern California restaurants are also planning to roll out a new menu of burgers and chicken sandwiches, the company said in a news release.
The « Taste Crafted » menu will give customers the option to choose between beef, buttermilk crispy chicken, or artisan grilled chicken on a sesame seed bun, potato roll, or artisan roll.
Customers will also be able to choose between four flavor combinations: pico guacamole, buffalo bacon, maple bacon dijon, and deluxe.
The pico guacamole combination includes guacamole, ranch sauce, white cheddar, and lettuce; the buffalo bacon includes blue cheese spread, spicy buffalo sauce, Applewood-smoked bacon, tomato, and shredded lettuce; and for a sweeter twist, maple bacon dijon offers crispy bacon with maple seasoning, grilled onions, Dijon sauce, white cheddar, and lettuce.
The deluxe combination is a classic mix of red onions, mayonnaise, lettuce and tomato.
« Consumers have told us that they are looking for variety and the ability to customize their choices. Taste Crafted Burgers and Chicken allows us to cater to our customers’ desires, » Clay Paschen III, president of McDonald’s Operators’ Association of Southern California, said in a statement. « We’re excited to bring these delicious ingredients, delectable flavors and variety to our Southern California customers. »
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