McDonald's

The Mc Donald’s company is the largest fast food restaurant chain in the world. Its first restaurant opened in 1940 in San Bernardino, California by the brothers Dick and Maurice McDonald. In 1948 they launched a new idea, which was based on low prices and fast service. From 1967 onwards the company expanded across the USA and Europe. Today, the company has 45 million clients and 30.000 restaurants in 118 countries, having made its name synonymous with fast food. Its first restaurant in Greece opened at Syntagma in 1991. Today 50 restaurants operate in Greek cities employing 1500 people. New products are occasionally added to the menu, based on the Greek traditional cuisine to suit the eating habits of Greek consumers. Α&Μ undertook the design and construction of 16 Mc Donald’s restaurants and drive through stores in Athens, Patras and Thessaloniki. Among those are restaurants in the areas of Syntagma, Glyfada, Piraeus, Patision Str., Voula, Kifisia, Marousi, Kiato and Alimos.