World’s Largest McDonald’s restaurant will rise at 2012 London Summer Olympics. McDonald’s biggest restaurant expected to be the busiest branch during the Olympics season, to cater 1,500 customers seating capacity, according to reports of several international news sites on Tuesday, May 1, 2012.
McDonald’s flagship outlet is building four new restaurants at the Olympics park in a 3,000 square-meters and about four times wider in Japan’s largest McDonald’s branch the Harajuku Omotesando or almost half-sized of a football field.
McDonald’s biggest restaurant ever will produce a more or less 450 career opportunities for different position in a typical McDonald’s restaurant including crew, manager and support.
The fast food company’s new branch is 10 times the average size of a restaurant in Britain and oversized the World’s Largest Entertainment McDonald’s and Playplace store in Orlando, Florida. And for the meantime it will overcome the busiest McDonald’s outlet in the world, the Pushkin Square in Moscow during the month of games, and it is expected to serve more than 50,000 Big Macs and 180,000 servings of French fries.
Reports added that for nine consecutive years, McDonald’s is a top-tier sponsor at the Olympics and will be the only branded food in the Olympics Park and Athlete’s Village.
As Olympics sponsor, McDonald’s new campaign “activity toys” included in every happy meal which will be implemented globally.