Watch: We tried the world's fanciest McDonald's in Hong Kong with gourmet burgers and decadent bunny shaped mousse cakes
- McDonald’s Next is a concept restaurant McDonald's created in Hong Kong.
- It's known as "the fanciest McDonald's in the world" and serves custom gourmet burgers along with decadent desserts like mousse cakes.
- From an open kitchen to sophisticated hand-washing stations, McDonald's Next is very different from its US counterparts.
McDonald's Next is a concept restaurant McDonald's created in Hong Kong.
It's known as "the fanciest McDonald's in the world" and serves custom gourmet burgers along with decadent desserts like bunny shaped coconut mousses.
From an open kitchen to sophisticated hand-washing stations, McDonald's Next is very different from its global take-away counterparts.
Here you order your food on digital kiosks and they even give you silver wear to eat with.
Instead of plastic cutlery and processed beef you can dine on a gourmet menu.
They include fancy drinks like matcha lattes. You can also order Angus Beef burger patties with brioche buns and truffle sauce if you so desired.
The French fries even come with a salt shaker bag to make sure you evenly dress them - with your own personal flavour spices.
On the dessert menu some real stand out dishes. You can treat yourself to delicious matcha layer cake, KitKat ice creams and even a coconut mousse made in the shape of a cute bunny rabbit.
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