McDonald's announces plans for first restaurant in Vietnam

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A sign for a McDonald's 24 hours Drive-thru service / PHOTO: REUTERS

The world's largest restaurant chain McDonald's will open its first eatery in Vietnam after Tet (Vietnam's lunar New Year), complete with 24-hour drive-thru service.

Travel and food service provider Good Day Hospitality Company, representative of the chain in Vietnam, announced on Friday that the restaurant will be situated at 2-6bis Dien Bien Phu Street, District 1, downtown Ho Chi Minh City.

The restaurant is expected to be Vietnam's first drive-thru eatery.

Nguyen Huy Thinh, managing director of McDonald's Vietnam, said their targeted customers ranged from kids to night workers.


McDonald's coming to Vietnam metro next year

He said 80-90 percent of ingredients will be imported to guarantee the foods' quality and safety.

Tet will fall on January 31 next year.

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