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McDonald’s is about to launch six menu items – including the Grand Big Mac.
The burger, which is a larger version of a regular Big Mac, will be making a comeback on February 10.
Just like the classic order, three buns hold two all-beef patties, special sauce, lettuce, cheese, pickles, and onions.
Customers have the option of adding bacon to their orders if they wish to.
Four more menu items will also be sold from next week.
The first is a completely new creation – the Homestyle Crispy Chicken burger.
The chicken burger is comprised of a breaded chicken breast, hot and spicy mayo and caramelised onion compote, lettuce, bacon, red onions, and cheese.
And on the side, hungry punters can order Mozzarella Dippers too.
These are a returning favourite that are popular with vegetarians.
They have a crispy coating and oozy centre and are served with a salsa dip.
Then for dessert, two ice cream favourites are returning.
McFlurry with Flake and the McFlurry with Raspberry Flake are going to make a comeback imminently.
McDonald’s outlets are still open during the coronavirus pandemic but there are new rules customers should be aware of.
In an announcement posted on Twitter, McDonald's wrote: "Following the government announcements, we are pleased to remain open, but with a few changes.
"We know this is a really difficult time for everyone and we really appreciate your patience and kindness, both with our crew and online."
It then shared an image carrying further information.
The image said: "Our restaurants across the UK & Ireland will be open for Drive-thru and McDelivery.
"Click & Serve through the My McDonald's app will be available at our Drive-thru restaurants.
"Dine-in and Walk-in takeaway service will be temporarily closed in all restaurants from 11pm tonight while we review and verify any additional enhanced safety measures for these services.
"With smaller teams and social distancing in the kitchen it will take longer to serve you.
"Our restaurant teams are working incredibly hard in difficult circumstances, your kindness and patience is greatly appreciated.
"We will continue to keep you updated on any changes through our website and social media channels."
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