McDonald's unveils new limited menu for reopening - leaving some fans 'heartbroken'

Mcdonalds has confirmed its limited menu as it plans to reopen stores for delivery- but the decision to omit key items has left some fans ‘heartbroken’.

By Sophie Wills
Saturday, 2nd May 2020, 7:28 pm
Updated Saturday, 2nd May 2020, 7:29 pm

On Friday (May 1) the fast food giant announced it would reopen 15 restaurants for delivery on May 13 after shutting down all sites due to the coronavirus lockdown.

Locations are set to be confirmed next week with extra safety measures in place for staff- including floor markings and perspex screens, face masks and social distancing measures.

And McDonald’s has now confirmed exactly what will be on the menu- but some of the chain’s most-loved products are missing, leaving fans ‘heartbroken’.

McDonalds (Photo by Dan Mullan/Getty Images)

Among the missing items are Chicken Legends, milkshakes, veggie options and most notably, the iconic Maccies breakfast.

"No double quarter pounder with cheese? This breaks my heart, @McDonaldsUK. Breaks it big time!" said one fan.

“So what about vegetarian options?” said another.

Another posted: “Not complaining maccys but plz consider adding fish finger/veggie fingers to the kids menu, there is no options for either muslim or vegetarian.”

(Photo illustration by Cate Gillon/Getty Images)

The following items will be on McDonald’s limited menu when stores reopen:

Cheeseburger

Hamburger

Double Cheeseburger

Big Mac

Quarter Pounder with Cheese

McChicken Sandwich

Filet-O-Fish

Chicken McNuggets

Chicken Selects

Fries

Mozzarella Dippers

Core McFlurry (Oreo, Maltesers, Smarties)

Fruit Bag

Coke

Diet Coke

Coke Zero

Fanta

Sprite

Oasis

Black Coffee

White Coffee

Latte

Cappuccino

Espresso

Flat White

Tea

Orange Juice

Fruit Shoot

Water

Happy Meal Water

Happy Meal - Hamburger

Happy Meal - Cheeseburger

Happy Meal - 4 Nuggets

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