McDonald’s has opened a new flagship restaurant in Chicago, USA, which multiple reports have referred to as the “Apple Store” of fast food joints.
The new outlet is 19,000 square feet and features a clean, glass-and-wood design – making it look like a modern tech outlet.
McDonald’s said the restaurant was inspired by its “commitment to sustainability and has abundant green spaces and energy-saving features”.
Besides a sleek design, it also features self-order kiosks, mobile order and payments, and table service.
The company further stated that the store pack an on-site solar panel array for renewable energy.
LED lighting, energy-efficient kitchen equipment, and low-oil fryers have also been fitted into the store.
McDonald’s stated that the restaurant was designed by Ross Barney Architects.