McDonald’s breakfast is back - but these 28 restaurants won't be serving it
McDonald’s has reintroduced some items from its breakfast menu at selected restaurants and drive throughs across the UK and Ireland.
The fast food chain re-added selected breakfast options to the menu on 8 June, at 1,301 branches. However, 28 stores across the UK will not be included in the relaunch.
Full list of restaurants not currently serving breakfast
Asda EdinburghMahon PointBurnley - St James StWarringtonBoltonRedditchNorthwichWelwyn Garden CityThurrock LakesideAberdeen City CentreLakeside, RM20 2ZF branchTrafford Centre - The OrientAsda WidnesAsda - Watford Dome RoundaboutHatfield - AsdaDun LaoghaireO'connell Street, DublinLimerick, V94D280 branchLiffey Valley Shopping CentreCrumlin - Ashleaf CentreMansfieldTunbridge Wells, TN1 2SR branchSouthampton - West QuayPraed Street, LondonHarrow Leisure CentreMetro CentreRathminesBray Town Hall
What’s on the breakfast menu?
The limited menu includes a range of McMuffin choices, pancakes, hash browns as well as bacon rolls.
However, bagels, along with wraps and porridge will not reappear on the menu just yet.
The fast food chain initially reintroduced the limited breakfast menu in 42 stores in the UK at the end of June, which proved to be a success.
More store reopenings
Last week McDonald's reopened 280 restaurants for walk-in customers after months of closures due to the pandemic.
It then reopened 55 more of its 1421 branches on 9 June, meaning the majority of its stores are now open, with a total of 1,329 serving customers.
When do the stores open?
A spokesperson for the fast food brand confirmed that customers should check the opening times of the specific store they intend to visit before they leave the house.
"Our opening hours continue to vary, the quickest way to check your local restaurant will be via the My McDonald’s App,” they said.