McDonald’s opens first restaurant in Hanoi

This morning, the world’s leading food service retailer McDonald’s officially opened its first restaurant at 2 Hang Bai Street, Hanoi, marking its first foray into the northern market three years after opening its first restaurant in Ho Chi Minh City.

McDonald’s opens first restaurant in Hanoi
McDonald's much-anticipated first store at 2 Hang Bai Steet

Covering an area of 400 square metres in the centre of Hanoi, with the two fronts at Hang Bai and Hang Khay streets, the restaurant has a panoramic view of Sword Lake to customers. McDonald’s recruited more than 100 employees to provide Hanoi customers with the highest quality service.

Following its success around the globe and Ho Chi Minh City, McDonald's is confident to bring Hanoian customers the delicious meals that made it the world's leading fast food brand. Besides, McDonald’s affirms to provide customers with global-standard service provided by professional and friendly employees. Furthermore, McDonald’s affirms to join community activities to exert a positive social impact.

“McDonald’s is willing to bring customers in Hanoi its traditional dishes like the Big Mac, cheeseburger, chicken McNuggets and French fries, at the quality offered by McDonald’s restaurants around the world. The Hanoi opening is part of McDonald’s strategy to expand operations across the country to meet the increasing customer demand,” said Nguyen Huy Thinh, managing director of McDonald’s Vietnam.

As the world’s leading fast food brand, McDonald’s is present in over 100 countries over the world with a chain of 37,000 outlets. McDonald’s serves approximately 70 million meals per day across the globe.

The following are pictures from the opening day:

McDonald’s opens first restaurant in Hanoi
McDonald’s opens first restaurant in Hanoi
McDonald’s opens first restaurant in Hanoi
McDonald’s opens first restaurant in Hanoi
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By Ha Vy