Published: 13:04, 30 September 2019
| Updated: 14:20, 30 September 2019
McDonald's has reopened its doors at an Asda superstore in the town.
The fast-food chain's new 90-seater restaurant has replaced the café at the Thames Way supermarket in Gravesend.
It returns after years away from the supermarket and will be offering a 24-hour service from Monday to Friday.
A McDonald's spokesman said: "The new restaurant features the latest innovations from McDonald’s focused on improving and enhancing the restaurant experience for customers including the click and collect service.
"The new mobile app means that customers can order when and where they want and at their own pace, without having to brave the queues.
"Customers can also redeem offers and access menu updates, customising them so it is tailored to their preference."
People will also be able to place their orders through Uber Eats if they live within 1.5 miles of the Asda store.
Franchisee Greg Abbott said: “I’m thrilled to have opened this new restaurant in Gravesend and expanding in the local area.
"We anticipate this new restaurant to be popular amongst the Asda shoppers and look forward to welcoming the locals.
"I’m very pleased to be able to offer customers more choice as to how they enjoy their McDonald's with the latest convenience innovations."
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