McDonald’s makes it easy to have breakfast for dinner with its All Day Breakfast Menu, which launched in 2016. However, the company is changing its focus to make it easier for its restaurant workers to address customer needs and desire, and improve the customer experience.
McDonald’s said big changes were coming to the All-Day Breakfast menu, and each McDonald’s would have the option to pick and choose the breakfast items they want to serve and when.
When people order breakfast – be it morning, noon or night – they no longer need to wait for their order.
What will happen is that McDonald’s restaurants will look into which breakfast menus options are the most popular and offer those in the All-Day section. The restaurants will also have the option to start All-Day Breakfast with a full menu, shifting the customers to just the favorites after 2 p.m.
The McDonald’s breakfast menu is one of the few things that haven’t changed very much since it was first introduced. The All-Day offerings tend to include the Egg McMuffin, Sausage McMuffin, Sausage McGriddles, hotcakes, bacon egg & cheese bagel and the hashbrowns. However, the sausage burrito, yogurt parfait, and fruit and maple oatmeal are also on the menu.
If you find one McDonald’s doesn’t offer your favorite breakfast menu item in the afternoon, consider visiting another one nearby (if you have one) to see if they do.
And, breakfast isn’t the only thing McDonald’s has recently changed.
The company eliminated several well-known items from its late-night menu such as the buttermilk-crispy-chicken sandwiches, artisan-grilled-chicken sandwiches, Filet-O-Fish, buttermilk crispy tenders and its salads.
However, the company is also adding in four new international flavors to its menu such as the Cheese Bacon Fries from Australia, the Tomato Mozzarella Chicken Sandwich from Canada, the Stroopwafel McFlurries from the Netherlands and the Grand McExtreme Bacon Burger from Spain.