McDonald's have extended their breakfast times in Ireland

Marco Green
November 17, 2019

It is official. McDonald's breakfast has extended and will now be available until 11am everywhere.

You can now have half an hour longer in bed and still bag a McDonald's breakfast.

The new rules come into force across the country next week after a successful trial in a handful of restaurants earlier this year. And let's be honest, the only good cure is a McMuffin.

The modifications will take location on Wednesday, November 20 and from then breakfast will be served until finally 11am, WalesOnline stories. That means that now you can only order McDonald's breakfast up to 10.15am, but from next Wednesday you can order it until 10.45am.

Michelle Graham-Clare, vice president meals and marketing at McDonald's United Kingdom and Ireland mentioned: 'All of us realize the ache of lacking out on a McMuffin by a subject of minutes.

"We have now listened to our clients" pleas and are delighted to increase breakfast serving time till 11am, significantly as we head into the festive season after we see a rush of latecomers looking for these all-important hash browns'.

Highlights on the breakfast menu comprise the bacon roll, the simplest hash brown, toasted bagels and pancakes and the breakfast wrap - which incorporates egg, bacon, cheese, sausage and a hash brown.

But of course with all great news comes a drawback.

The changes also signify if you're a enthusiast of Major Macs - or everything else on the primary menu - you will have to wait around a different 30 minutes in advance of they go on sale each individual working day. That's 30 more minutes of precious, precious sleep.

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