McDonald's Scarborough and Bridlington restaurants suspend takeaway service while safety is 'reviewed'

McDonald’s has announced that their popular take away service has been suspended.

By Louise Perrin
Wednesday, 6th January 2021, 10:57 am
Updated Wednesday, 6th January 2021, 10:58 am
McDonald's, Huntriss Row
McDonald's, Huntriss Row

A statement on the fast-food giants website and social media accounts said: “Following the government announcements, we are pleased to remain open, but with a few changes.

“We know this is a really difficult time for everyone and we really appreciate your patience and kindness, both with our crew and online.

Dine-in and Walk-in takeaway service will be temporarily closed in all restaurants from 11pm tonight (January 5) while we review and verify any additional enhanced safety measures for these services.”

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McDonald's, Dunslow Road

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The company also warned that smaller teams and social distancing in the kitchen meant that there may be potential delays in being served.

McDonald’s currently has three outlets on the Yorkshire Coast, Bessingby Road in Bridlington, Huntriss Row in Scarborough and one on Dunslow Road, Eastfield.

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