IT'S the news so many of us have been waiting for - McDonald's is reopening some drive thrus for takeaway today and we are lovin' it. 

Glasgwegians have been waiting for weeks to get their hands on burgers and chicken nuggets while the fast food chain trialled branches south of the border. 

Finally, from 11am today (Tuesday) six restaurants will open in the city for takeaway orders with 19 in total serving food across the country. 

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It's bad news for McDonald's lovers in places such as Edinburgh, Dundee, Stirling and Ayr, with no outlets opening today.

Where can I get a McDonald's today? 


Bridge of Don




Lochside Road 


Bankhead Park, Glenrothes 

Fife Leisure Park, Dunfermline 

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Fife Central Retail Park, Kirkcaldy 

Queensway Industrial Estate, Glenrothes


Crow Road







Ishes Retail Park 


Riverway Retail Park

Stevenston Hawkhill Retail Park 


Dunkeld Road

Broxden Roundabout 

What can I order? 

The fast food chain is currently operating with a limited menu due to having less staff in kitchen areas at one time.

This still includes fan favourites such as Big Macs and McNuggets - but sadly there are no breakfast options.

Again, this is down to fewer staff and also restaurants operating under reduced hours of 11am until 10pm.

McDonald's has also introduced a spending limit of £25 on Uber Eats and at drive-thrus to try and control the high number of orders.

This spending limit doesn't include the delivery fee when ordering from Uber Eats.

Dining areas will remain closed to the public, so you can't sit inside and eat.

McDonald's has also suspended its click and collect service via the My McDonald's app.