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Published on November 25th, 2011 | by Paz


McDonald’s delivery – 24×7 in China

Yes…you heard it right folks! McDonald’s delivers 24×7 in China!!! If you are from a typical Midwest city like ourselves where you have very few places that deliver and none that deliver 24 x 7 the idea of coming to China and having MCD’s deliver 24 x 7 is well amazing!

Although we do NOT recommend ordering from McDonald’s more than every blue moon it is wonderful to have on those days that you just feel like no one understands a good greasy meal. That is something that McDonald’s has always been able to provide. Their fries and coke never disappoint.

How do you order?

Step 1

You dial 4008517517, it is the same number for all of China. No matter where you are at anytime of the day you call this number.

Step 2

Push 2 for English and wait for an English representative to get on the phone. This takes .4 seconds.

Step 3

Give them your address in English and your order in English. They speak pretty good English.

If you have ordered before they already have your address on file and can tell where you live from the phone number that you dialed from. Their caller ID system is pretty good..or scary. We haven’t decided yet.

Step 4

Wait 20-30 minutes on average and your food arrives by bike. The delivery guy comes to your door with your order and wearing their little helmet. I like that they wear helmets.

Here is getting the food out. Don’t mind the butt shot.

Your food is hot! It tastes amazing!!!

Some times you need a good relaxing night, with an English movie and some delicious (extremely bad for you) food.

Here is our delicious meal on the table.

Here is our bill. If you can read the Chinese you are ahead of us. The delivery charge is 7 RMB so a little over $1.00 dollar. The whole meal cost us 34.50 RMB or $5.31 USD with delivery. Not that bad for a little piece of heaven.

p.s. this didn’t help us lose all of our weight and is just for those very few occasions. Chinese food is so good and healthy we recommend you eat that first! 😉

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Paz is an avid adventurer in life and food. Traveling across the globe with her family they enjoy cultural immersion and checking out the local eateries.

5 Responses to McDonald’s delivery – 24×7 in China

  1. Sara says:

    Now ordering from McDonald’s is even easier because few weeks ago they opened online ordering!

    Works in Guangzhou and in few other big cities. Website also in English, you just have to input your address in Chinese.

    I have to admit that even though in Finland I rarely went to McDonald’s, it’s a whole different things in China 😉

  2. Angela White says:

    Wow, who knew!?! Nothing like a little slice of American unhealth in China:-) How convenient that they delivery for such a small amount of food. I wonder how that would go over in the states. Might put some pizza places out of business.

    Miss you all. Wishing you a very Happy Thanksgiving!


    • Paz says:

      The small things we love in China…it keeps us going. I hope you guys had a great Thanksgiving. We went out for Vietnamese food with some friends. A turkey here was too hard to find and extremely expensive. Almost $100.00 per person for a turkey meal at the big hotels. I don’t think it would have been good either.

      Happy Thanksgiving!!!

  3. Saba says:

    Seriously this is like a miracle for a person who’s drunk and wants food but cannot physically obtain it. Good job Internet. Good job :))

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