It boasts a “modern” McCafe, alfresco dining and self-ordering kiosks.
McDonald’s announced the opening of its largest store in the Philippines, amidst lingering dine-in restrictions due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Located in the Capital Town complex in San Fernando, Pampanga, the two-level, free-standing NextGen store features more than 1,000 square meters of floor area, its own “modern” McCafe, a no-touch drive-thru facility, alfresco dining, self-ordering kiosks, a meeting room, and a dedicated party area.
This is also the 16th Megaworld-owned McDonald’s outlet in the country under Choice Gourmet Banquet Inc.
“Our vision for Capital Town is to be a must-visit tourist destination for Pampanga, and what better way to begin bringing that promise to reality than by opening the country’s biggest McDonald’s here at Capital Town. We want Filipinos to come and visit San Fernando, and we want the people of the city to be proud that we are bringing no less than the biggest attractions here in our township,” Eugene Em Lozano, first vice president for sales and marketing, Megaworld Pampanga, said in a statement sent to local media.
Photo credit: McDonald’s Philippines/Capital Town Pampanga Facebook
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