The McDonald's restaurant on Dublin's Grafton Street has reopened for business following the completion of a €1.5 million revamp.
The restaurant is now equipped with self-service ordering kiosks and features a new table service as well as 20 additional seats, which brings its chair count up to 305 from 285.
The Irish Times quotes Amir Afsar, the franchisee who operates McDonald's of Grafton Street, as saying, "As the busiest McDonald’s restaurant in Ireland, it is important that our customers can access the best family-friendly facilities and services on offer."
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