Take a visit of world's 'fanciest' McDonald's in Hong Kong.
Nowadays, McDonald's runs more than 200 outlets in Hong Kong.
Hong Kong was quick to put its own spin on the fast-food trend. On the eve of the “grand opening”, on January 26, 1975, managing director Daniel Ng revealed the restaurant had been doing business since January 8, attracting about 1,500 people a day.
Residents of Hong Kong refer to McDonald's as Mak Kee.
1. The food is fancy
While an old-fashioned Big Mac is certainly an option at McDonald’s Next, a fancier burger is probably a better option. CNBC ordered a burger on a brioche bun, complete with caramelized onions, truffle-flavored sauce and grilled pineapple.
A burger, fries and salty-caramel latte cost $8.92.
2. Your food comes to you
In the evenings, customers have the option of getting their food delivered to their table. At checkout, customers take a table card, find a seat, and an employee then brings the items to them.
3. Juice up with its wireless chargers
Tables here have multiple wireless chargers — wherein guests can place their phone on a charger for free, without the use of any cords. The tables also have USB ports for charging, too.
4. Save some room for dessert
At the McCafe counter, within McDonald’s, the dessert menu boasts items from cakes made onsite to sweet potato ice cream sundae served on a waffle.
There are also signs which show where its coffee beans originate from, which include: Guatemala, Sumatra, and Ethiopia. McDonald’s also sells bags of its coffee beans so customers can brew at home.