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McDonald's (Lot 1)

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The largest fast food chain in the world, McDonald's has been serving burgers and fries since 1940 when the first outlet opened in California. It has also moved into the cafe space with the introduction of McCafe which serves a range of premium coffees as well as sandwiches and cakes.

Mon - Thu: 06:00 - 00:00

Eve of PH: 24 Hours

Fri - Sat: 24 Hours

Sun: 06:00 - 00:00

+65 67635908
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• 23 Jan 2011 • 230 reviews • 0 follower

good for groups.

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their space is quite big and with the good food around. its just awesome for the groups to sit and gather.
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• 09 Apr 2010 • 470 reviews • 1 follower

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to the contrary to their service in the counter next to them, the McCafe is very slow in serving the customer. i know they have to make the coffee first accordingly but when they get my cake also took some time. the taste is fine, i like their coffee and their chocolate delicacies but when it is combine with the McDonalds where so many kids around and teens, it is too cramped and give me difficulty to enjoy my coffee moment. what is a coffee moment? watch Ally McBeal
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• 16 Dec 2009 • 139 reviews • 0 follower

Spacious queue area

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This is probably the most efficient outlet in taking orders, I almost never have to queue. The outlet is combined with the Mccafe so you could get a seat at the chic mccafe area even though you're not getting anything from the mccafe and they wouldnt mind. Particularly busy during the afternoon hours because there are a lot of students from the neighbouring choa chu kang area. Alternatively, there are many other fast food chains in the lot1 shopping mall at basement 1.
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