McDonald’s closes dine-in in Delhi-NCR, to serve customers via Delivery

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McDonald’s is committed to deliver the highest quality restaurant experience to its customers in India.
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McDonald’s restaurants in North and East India have announced closure of their dine-in in Delhi-NCR.

The QSR chain is operated by Connaught Plaza Restaurants Pvt. Ltd in north and east India.

The world’s largest burger chain will be available for takeout and delivery orders, shared the statement released by the chain.

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“We are in line with the Government’s guidance and fully support their decision. We will continue to serve our customers in Delhi through delivery and take away only, while seating and dine-in will be closed,” shared a spokesperson at McDonald’s.

McDonald’s is committed to deliver the highest quality restaurant experience to its customers in India and serves a variety of menu options made with quality ingredients sourced locally.

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“We continue to monitor the developments closely and take appropriate measures as needed in our commitment to the safety of our customers and employees,” added the statement.

McDonald’s serves millions of customers annually at its more than 150 restaurants across North and East India and provides direct employment to over 6,000 people. With a customer-centric approach, McDonald’s operates through a variety of formats and brand extensions including standalone restaurants, Drive-thru’s, 24/7 restaurants, McDelivery for customer convenience and experience.

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