A McDonald's restaurant is back open for business after a two-month redesign focused on creating a faster service with the latest technology.

The fast food restaurant in Great Yarmouth’s Gapton Hall Retail Park is one of the first in Norfolk to undergo a "Convenience of the Future" redesign.

The revamp rollout seeks to combine a new restaurant layout with the latest technology to create a more seamless and enjoyable experience for customers.

Inside the refurbished restaurant (Image: Red Consultancy) With dedicated areas for the different ways to order, along with the removal of the front counters, the revamp will offer a more efficient way to order and will leave customers with more space to enjoy their meal.

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The site is owned by local franchisee, Kevin Foley, who has a total of 14 McDonald's restaurants in Norfolk. 

The collection area inside the redesigned restaurant (Image: Red Consultancy) “I’m proud to reinvest in our Gapton Hall restaurant - especially as McDonald’s celebrates its 50th anniversary in the UK this year," he said.

"The fresh new look and feel includes a more contemporary dining area and separate facilities for our dine-in customers and our couriers, leading to a better experience for everyone.

"It’s exciting to reopen today and I’m confident the changes will benefit both our customers and our crew.”