A revamped McDonald’s restaurant has reopened in Kensington High Street, creating 30 new jobs.
The branch, opposite High Street Kensington station, has received a digital makeover and now includes 10 self-order kiosks aimed at improving the speed and ease of ordering.
It reopened on October 18, and now employs a total of 120 staff.
The restaurant is owned by local franchisee Atul Pathak, who now runs 31 restaurants across north and west London and Berkshire.
He said: “The changes in the restaurant have had a really positive impact, staff and customers alike are embracing the new technology and we’ve had a great response to the new look too.
“These changes are designed to make our customers’ experience as positive as possible- providing people with a chance to get to grips with using digital kiosk in a relaxed environment for a quick and easy way of ordering food.”
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