'Would you like a waiter with that?' - McDonald's to introduce table service in Ireland

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Fast-food chain McDonald's has announced plans to introduce table service at its Irish restaurants.

The chain currently has 89 restaurants across the country.

It says some of these already have features, such as self-order kiosks and Samsung Galaxy Tablets.

In a statement, McDonald's adds: "We listen closely to our valued customers. To further improve their experience in our restaurants, McDonald's Ireland will continue to both invest in new store openings and refurbish our existing restaurants".

The table service is set to begin before the end of 2016.

The first McDonald's opened in Ireland on Grafton Street in May 1977 - and it now employs over 4,000 people here

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