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McDonald’s opens new restaurant in Mount Lavinia


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McDonald’s, the world’s most iconic fast food chain, launched their latest restaurant in Mount Lavinia, just in time for the new year. It was formally opened by Amalka De Alwis and Shera Pestonjee, Business Development Manager, McDonald’s Sri Lanka on 31 December 2017 in the presence of several distinguished invitees. 

Prominently located along Galle Road, McDonald’s Mount Lavinia aims to provide consumers with the opportunity to create and enjoy those delicious feel-good moments in comfort, ease and style. This new restaurant will embody the predominant hallmarks that have made McDonald’s a globally renowned brand, including ample parking, a family-friendly ambience with a large play land, quick and courteous service as well as simply scrumptious food.

The new outlet in Mount Lavinia will offer customers various options to savour the diversity of delicacies currently available at McDonald’s. 

One option would be the McDelivery, which quickly and effectively delivers your favourite McDonald’s meals to regions such as Moratuwa, Angulana, Ratmalana, Mount Lavinia, Dehiwala, Kawdana, Wellawatte, Attidiya, Kandawala, and Boralesgamuwa.  

So, if you are struck with the craving for either a sizzling big Mac, spicy chicken burger or fiery McRice, but you do not want to step outside your home, you can just contact 5 555 555 or log onto your McDelivery app and have it quickly delivered to your doorstep. 

Additionally, on those super busy mornings when breakfast almost becomes an after-thought, you can easily grab a quick bite to eat and McDonald’s notable long black coffee by driving into the Drive-Thru at McDonald’s Mount Lavinia. Thus, you can order and be served in minutes without even getting out of your vehicle. 

Further, McDonald’s Mount Lavinia is the ideal restaurant for family get-togethers and a rendezvous with your friends. The enticing Happy Meals, a spacious play-area, and McDonald’s famous “Funday Sundays” make the restaurant a fun and exciting trip for your kids. 


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