- Dessert Kiosks are officially reopening today.
- Additional precautions have been added to ensure safety of diners.
- McDonald’s encourages diners to eat at the comfort of their own home.
Hello, friends! We have some happy news to share with you! Just a few days ago, Singapore has officially moved into the second phase. When the second phase started, bubble tea stores were greeted with long queues. It appears many Singaporeans wanted to get their sweet cravings fixed. Here’s another spot to get your sweet cravings fixed.
McDonald’s Dessert Kiosks Is Officially Reopens
McDonald’s has allowed dine-in options since the beginning of the second phase, but Dessert Kiosks islandwide remained closed. Recently announced, McDonald’s Dessert Kiosks is officially reopening on the 22nd June. This means that you can head down to your nearest Dessert Kiosk to get your hands on your favourite sweet treats! Have you been craving for McFlurry, or perhaps a Sundae?
If you are planning to dine-in at McDonald’s, do take note that the tables are set one metre apart, and it is important to follow the rules accordingly. In addition to this, you will be happy to know that McDonald’s added additional precautions. The fast-food chain restaurants have added protective shields at the front counter, self-ordering kiosks, drive-thru payments, and collection booths.
Some Sweet News For McFlurry Lovers
Nothing beats getting these treats freshly churned out from the machines. Although Dessert Kiosks are officially open, the team behind McDonald’s still encourage takeaways, drive-thru, and food delivery. Regardless, we are still excited to see the reopening of all of our favourite places. Before you head out from your house, remember to bring along a mask and hand sanitizers! Will you be going to McDonald’s? Let us know in the comments!
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