Full list of McDonald's that have reopened in Portsmouth, Hampshire, Southampton, Gosport, Havant, Fareham and Waterlooville

MCDONALD’S has reopened all of its drive-thru restaurants across the Portsmouth area.

Sunday, 14th June 2020, 2:55 pm

The fast food giant opened hundreds of its sites at the start of June.

McDonald’s shut all of its restaurants at the end of March as the country went into lockdown.

The company had been opening a handful of drive-thru restaurants in the last few weeks as a pilot.

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McDonald's will reopen all of its drive-thru restaurants this week. Picture by: Malcolm Wells (181121-7079)

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Following the success of the initial phase, McDonald’s announced it would reopen all of its UK and Ireland Drive-Thrus by June 4.

Here are the drive-thru restaurants across our area that are now open:

- Portsmouth – Fratton

- Portsmouth Ocean Retail Park

- Cosham

- Portsmouth – North Harbour

- Fareham – Drive-Thru

- Gosport – Brockhurst Park

- Havant – Larchwood Avenue

- Waterlooville

- Hedge End

- Shirley Road Southampton

- Farnborough Gate

- Southampton Esplande

- Black Cat

- Southampton- Millbrook

- Petersfield – Winchester Road

- A31 Picket Post

- Farnborough Tumble Down Dick

- Totton

- Aldershot – Ash Road

- Basingstoke – Leisure Park

- Basingstoke – Brighton Hill

- Andover – Weyhill

- Andover – New Street

- Ower

Which McDonald's are open for delivery?

- Commercial Road, Portsmouth

- Fratton

- Portsmouth Ocean Retail Park

- Cosham

- Portsmouth North Harbour

- Havant – Larchwood Avenue

- Fareham – Speedfields Park

- Gosport – Brockhurst Gate

- Waterlooville

How to order McDelivery

If you want to get McDonald’s delivered direct to your door – you can order via the Uber Eats app.

The app is available on iOS and Android.

What safety measures will be in place?

In a post on social media, McDonald’s wrote: ‘In order to allow for social distancing, we will have fewer employees in our kitchen and service areas.

‘To help our smaller teams, we will be offering a limited menu over reduced hours (11am to 10pm).

‘We continue to ask that you limit your spend to £25 and use contactless payment methods wherever possible.

‘Our teams are adjusting to new safety and hygiene procedures, which will help them to work safely and social distance, we appreciate your continued patience.

‘We are delighted to be returning to communities across the UK and Ireland, but it will look different and take a little longer. Please bear with us.’

The fast food giant will also add 75 restaurants to McDelivery via Uber Eats or Just Eat.

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