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McDonald’s opens drive thru store in Kerala

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The new standalone outlet is positioned on a 14,000 sq. ft. plot of land in Kottayam district

 Bengaluru: US-based fast-food chain McDonald’s has launched its new drive-through store in Kerala, a company official wrote on social media earlier this week.

The standalone outlet is spread over 14,000 sq. ft. plot of land in Kottayam district.

“Presenting our newest store in the state of Kerala at Kottayam. It’s a free-standing drive-thru on a pad of 14,000 sq. ft. land. Enjoy the McDonald’s experience,” said Sachin Damle, director – real estate at Hardcastle Restaurants Pvt. Ltd. in a LinkedIn post while sharing the images of the new store.

The store also has a Mccafe along with drive thru and McDelivery.

“We are looking forward to expanding similar format stores across west and South of India,” added Damle.

Hardcastle Restaurants owns and operates McDonald’s restaurants across West and South India. It has a master franchisee relationship with McDonald’s Corporation USA and has been the custodian of the brand since 1996.

The company operates through various formats and brand extensions including standalone restaurants, drive-thrus, 24/7, McDelivery, McBreakfast and dessert kiosks.

McDonald’s India remains committed to building drive-thru destination stores across all city suburbs and national highways, with 30-35% of new stores in the next 4-5 years likely to be drive-thrus, a previous company release had said.

Currently, the fast-food chain operates over 361 restaurants across 58 cities in West and South India as of June 2023.

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