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All change at Sidcup McDonald’s franchise

PUBLISHED: 17:12 18 May 2016 | UPDATED: 17:12 18 May 2016

Mayor of Bexley Cllr Sybil Camsey cuts the ribbon to officially open the store. Also in the photo Leader of the cllr Teresa O’Neill, MP for Sidcup and Old Bexley James Brokenshire, Cllr Linda Bailey, cabinet member for regeneration and growth, chair of the Sidcup town team and BID Sue Petty, and ward councilors, Cllr Rob Leitch, Cllr June Slaughter and Cllr Alieen Beckworth with Cllr Brian Beckworth. - Photo credit: The Urban Snapper

Mayor of Bexley Cllr Sybil Camsey cuts the ribbon to officially open the store. Also in the photo Leader of the cllr Teresa O’Neill, MP for Sidcup and Old Bexley James Brokenshire, Cllr Linda Bailey, cabinet member for regeneration and growth, chair of the Sidcup town team and BID Sue Petty, and ward councilors, Cllr Rob Leitch, Cllr June Slaughter and Cllr Alieen Beckworth with Cllr Brian Beckworth. - Photo credit: The Urban Snapper

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Councillors and the local MP reopened the restaurant

A Sidcup fast food franchise has undergone a major refurbishment to provide a new kind of service.

McDonald’s in Sidcup now has a range of digital services, as well as changing how the food is prepared on site.

Self order kiosks have been introduced and mean customers can look at the nutritional value of their meal while looking through the menu.

The restaurant’s re-opening was filled with guests including the leader of Bexley council Teresa O’Neill, MP for Old Bexley and Sidcup, James Brokenshire franchisee owner Bill Perera.

Mr Perera said: “Technology has a huge role to play in all walks of life, including our customers’ eating out experience, so the new tech we’ve introduced recognizes the way people live their lives today.

“The response to the changes from my team has been very positive and they are enjoying the new ways of working.”

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