McDonald’s is open for business, leaving Britons rushing to get their hands on them. Customers have been left frustrated after trying to get delivery on Uber Eats.

Fifteen McDonald’s restaurants have opened in the UK so far, offering a delivery service.

So, how can you get your hands on a McDonald’s?

The only way to get your hands on McDonald’s currently is via Uber Eats.

However, many Britons have complained they are struggling to get their hands on the popular fast food.

Delivery drivers were seen queuing up outside McDonald’s stores.

A McDonald’s spokesperson said on Twitter: “Some of our restaurants are currently experiencing very high levels of orders and may not be able to facilitate all delivery requests and deliveries may become temporarily unavailable.

“Please do check back soon on UberEats.”

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An UnderEats spokeswoman told Mirror Money: “As some McDonald’s stores begin to reopen in the UK, demand is very high, and we urge customers to be patient as we work with McDonald’s to help to ensure that orders are fulfilled.”

Thirty more McDonald’s are opening next week.

From May 20 drive thrus will be opening again.

The restaurant aims to open all drive thrus by early June.


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Which McDonald’s stores are currently open?

  • Chelmsford Riverside
  • Chelmsford Westway
  • Ipswich Cardinal Park
  • Boreham Interchange
  • Luton Leagrave
  • Watford Hertfordshire Arms
  • Chaul End Lane, Luton
  • Beechings Way, Gillingham
  • Sittingbourne Retail Park
  • Gillingham Bowaters
  • Tooting
  • Dalston
  • Welling
  • Harrow
  • Luton George Street

Subway has reopened, with 600 branches operating. 

You can check which Subways have reopened and the opening time of your local site by using Subway’s store locator.

Subway UK & Ireland director Colin Hughes Colin Hughes said: “We have slowly and safely introduced a new store operating framework that will be rolling out across stores to protect guests, Sandwich Artists, delivery drivers and our suppliers.

“The weeks and months ahead will continue to be challenging for everyone and Subway will play its part in supporting the new normal whatever that may look and feel like.”

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