McDonald’s service

STOCKHOLM: The giant of fast-food business may be slowing down. McDonald’s said on Tuesday it will start taking reservations and providing table service at dinner time in a revolutionary experiment in Sweden. The Scandinavian country is the first place the US hamburger king is testing this new way of serving customers. McDonald’s has 36,000 restaurants worldwide, but the testing of reserved dining is taking place in just 31 Swedish outlets for a week starting on Friday. Burger lovers can book a table online at a Swedish website that offers that service for many restaurants  around the country. A customer will have to order at least two items from the menu for one to four people.