McDonald's is starting a phased resumption of operations in Ukraine. From September 20, three restaurants in Kyiv will start working, but only for delivery through McDelivery.
This was reported by the company's press service.
McDelivery will be the first to open in three restaurants in Kyiv: on Bazhana Avenue, 3c, on Hryshka, 7 and Gagarina Avenue, 2a.
In about a week, seven more establishments in Kyiv will resume their work, and then the rest of the restaurants in the capital and various cities in the west of the country will open.
According to the press service, at first it will be possible to receive an order only through the McDelivery service, which is provided by McDonald's delivery partner Glovo. At the beginning of October, these restaurants will open to visitors and you will be able to use the McDrive service and express windows.
"In other cities, the launch of establishments will also begin with delivery, and then guests will be able to visit the restaurants on their own," the message reads.
Restaurants will be open from 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. (or according to mall hours if the establishment is inside) and will close during the air raid alert to allow employees and patrons to move to the nearest shelter.
We will remind, McDonald's decided to open in Ukraine at the beginning of August. The chain's restaurants have been closed since the start of the full-scale Russian invasion.