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Flagship McDonald's in Olympic Park comes super sized

 

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An exterior view of the world's largest McDonald's restaurant and their flagship outlet in the Olympic Park on June 25 in London.

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The Olympic Stadium is seen from the balcony of the world's largest McDonald's restaurant in London's Olympic Park.

The newest McDonald's built at Olympic Park in London is the world's largest, and when the Olympics begin in July, it will also be the busiest.

The restaurant, which is one of four McDonald's to be situated within the Olympic Park, will have a staff of 500, seat 1,500 and serve up to 14,000 people a day.

McDonald's is the sole restaurant allowed to sell brand-name food at the London Games, and despite complaints by British doctors, the food choices will largely be the same as McDonald's fare around the world.

After the Olympic and Paralympic Games conclude the restaurant will be dismantled and all fixtures and fittings will be either reused or recycled. 

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Assistant manager Rachel Lucien walks past the checkouts in the world's largest McDonald's restaurant which is their flagship outlet in the Olympic Park on June 25 in London.

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An interior view of the world's largest McDonald's restaurant and their flagship outlet in the Olympic Park. The restaurant will seat 1,500 and serve up to 14,000 people a day.

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