Fast food has become a popular choice all across the world. Whenever hunger pangs strike, we usually head to our nearest burger or pizza joint for a quick and tasty meal. McDonald's especially is extremely well-known for providing good quality food in a matter of minutes. No matter which country you go to, you'll definitely find at least one outlet of the burger joint. But one recent McDonald's outlet has surprised the internet and how. A unique McDonald's outlet at an undisclosed location in Australia has surfaced online. The incredible layout and method of its functioning will simply blow you away - a class apart from your regular fast-food joint. Take a look at the viral video here:
Shared on Instagram Reels by @nickandhelmi, the video has received over 8.3 million views and 381k likes. "Coolest McDonald's in Australia," read the caption to the post.
In the video clip, we could see an interesting new layout of McDonald's in Australia. Behind the food ordering counter, there seemed to be a factory of sorts with conveyor belts whirring around. The belt went in all directions - from horizontal to even vertical! Believe it or not, the belts were actually used to transport the food from the kitchen to the counter.
The amazing layout and machinery at the McDonald's Australia outlet were quite interesting to watch. Several people wanted to know the exact location of the fast food joint. "It's in the airport, right," guessed one user. Others felt this McDonald's outlet was every kid's dream come true. "I think my kids get more excited about getting the same happy meal they always get at this Maccas than going on an O/S holiday," wrote another user. Yet another one agreed, "I love this one!!! Every time we fly, we got to have it. Plus the fact that we get to fly out definitely makes it taste 10 times better!"
What did you think of the unique and interesting McDonald's outlet in Australia? Tell us in the comments.
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