McDonald's has opened a fancy new restaurant that looks like an Apple store in the Netherlands.
The glass-enclosed restaurant, designed by Dutch firm Mei Architects features "a perforated golden facade and a grand spiral staircase," Dezeen Magazine reports.
The firm was hired to redesign the McDonald's restaurant after residents named it the "ugliest building in Rotterdam" and city officials considered tearing it down, according to Dezeen.
The interior of the restaurant has leather couches and tons of lounging space.
Here's another shot of the exterior:
One exterior wall features pixelated images of people.
Here's what the restaurant replaced.
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