A TRUE McDonald’s fan has travelled all the way to Rome to visit what’s been dubbed as the ‘poshest’ branch of the chain in the world.
Most of us recognise the fast food restaurants by their bright yellow sign outside and the long line of people waiting to get their burger and chips following a night out.
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The ‘poshest McDonald’s in the world’ had fancy sculptures[/caption]
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But in Rome, there’s one specific McDonald’s that is so fancy that it has tasteful, hand-carved statues at the entrance and a totally different menu featuring macaroons.
Taking to her social media channel, Mikayla Bennett shared her journey into the restaurant, which had its trademark written on the front in black and white.
“POV: You visit the fanciest McDonald’s in Italy,” she wrote over the video as she took viewers in with her.
With cobblestone floors and a sleek white interior, the first thing can be seen is the sculpture standing in the corner of the room.
On the left, designers placed wallpaper to mimic old mosaic tiles while the left had a silver plaque on display.
At the end of the hallway, there was a yellow ‘M’ sign with a plaque that stated the restaurant was the first McDonald’s to open in Italy.
While the exterior and entrance looked incredibly fancy, the inside resembled your average McDonald’s with white tile floors, black tables and self-checkout machines.
However, a distinct difference between this and most of the fast food restaurants is that it had freshly baked goods on display with people drinking little espressos.
From a giant berry tart and muffins to chocolate cake, macaroons, donuts and croissants, it had everything you could ever want from a bakery.
Upon watching the clip, people flocked to the comments to share their thoughts.
One person questioned TikTok user @mikaybennett about the menu, to which she responded: “You can actually see their whole menu online but they offer tons of sandwiches & mccafe items that can’t be found in the US as well as panzerotti”.
Another person asked where, exactly, it was located. Mikayla explained that it’s in Piazza Di Spagna.
A third said they had been left “amazed” following their visit there.
While a fourth chimed: “I went there once! Couldn’’t believe how nice it was lol”.