A MASSIVE new two-storey, 170-seat McDonald’s restaurant has been completed by Pacific in a flagship location on the banks of the River Clyde.
And the early indications are that customers are Lovin’ It, because it boasts a number of people-friendly features and other innovations.
The new eatery, which is situated within the car park at Tesco, just off Greenock Road in Port Glasgow, is the first McDonald’s in Scotland to provide electric charging points for cars.
It also features an interactive play area for children, as well as table service, self-service kiosks with contactless payments, touch screens and double drive-thru lanes.
The franchisee, who also runs the only other McDonald’s in the Inverclyde area in Greenock, said “I am delighted with it. This one is for the future.”
Almost 100 jobs have been created thanks to the opening of the restaurant, which sits at one of the main entrances to the Clydebuilt Shopping Park.
Pacific started the project at the end of July, 2018, and handed over the diner to the clients on October 30, 2018.
It is only a few yards away from the Tesco Cafe at Port Glasgow, which was completed by Pacific in February, 2016.
The design and layout sees natural and neutral colours and materials being used inside the building to ensure the site integrates easily with its surroundings.
Back of house, the facility has improved kitchen layouts and stylish crew quarters.
The new McDonald’s sits just yards from the historic paddle steamer Comet, which was the first steam-powered regular ferry service on the Clyde.
Case study: McDonald’s Port Glasgow