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I know what you're thinking, 'well, seen one Maccies, seen them all'. That's sort of one of the nice things about them, wherever you are, what's behind those golden arches is basically the same. It's comforting.
And from the outside you'd be forgiven for thinking this is just another bog-standard McDonald's but you would be wrong, because this one is fancy as fuck.
Check it out:
I can imagine a knight sitting at one of these tables, chowing down on a Big Mac and fries.
Imagine rocking up here after a night of
irresponsible drinking; you'd think you'd time travelled or something.
The fast-food restaurant, which is in Shropshire, has features which date back to the 12th century and comes with stained glass windows, exposed stone walls and wooden balconies.
The owners have added wooden tables, pews and chairs to keep it looking traditional.
I know McDonald's isn't known as an ideal date location, but I reckon any girl would be happy to be brought here. Sadly, though, you will probably never get the chance, because after 34 long years of flipping burgers and salting fries the restaurant is set to close its doors for the final time.
A McDonald's spokesperson said: "We are sad to confirm that our Shrewsbury restaurant will close on February 25 after 34 years of trading when the lease expires."
Golden arches gold card
Another closely guarded McDonald's secret - I'm full of 'em - is the fact that the fast food joint actually have a gold card.
Similar to the legendary Nando's Black Cards and the Greggs VIP card; Maccy D's has it's McGold Card, which entitles the owner to free food. Oh shit!
McDonald's gives the cards to some celebrities as well as normal people like you or me. But you have to do something heroic or cool, so that counts me out.
Credit: The Jimmy Kimmel Show
One guy called Charles Ramsey got one for leaving his Big Mac to rescue three kidnapped women. I would say that's the very least he deserves.
And a 100-year-old lady called Nadine Baum, from Maryland, got one for being 100 and loving McDonald's more than life itself. Seems fair.
One man who definitely doesn't need free food, Bill Gates, has also allegedly got one. As has Warren Buffett - probably because of his food-related name - and actor Rob Lowe, who whipped out his McGold plastic on the Jimmy Kimmel show last year.
Although, he claims that he got his for legit reasons, his mate's dad invented the Egg McMuffin. Not sure if his mate got one, too, I would like to think so.
Now all we need is for me to get one and everyone is happy.
Just imagine it. Walking down the high street at 3am, bringing everyone who's just been in the club with you, leading the mass crowd towards the Golden Arches. You walk in, and like the don that you are, you whack your gold card on the counter and order everyone a meal. Cult status achieved - local hero.
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