McDonald's has offered cooped-up Brits the chance to decide on their post-pandemic menu – with long-lost favourites like Indian Chicken and the French Stack ready to make a return.

The fast food chain is asking customers to help with their menu for when they can open all their 1,350 branches.

An email read: "We'll be looking for your help in choosing which burgers we return with when we reopen."

The poll means Brits can vote on favourites that have since been dropped – like the Signature Collection, French Stack or Indian Chicken.

The email also said bosses are also working around the clock to deliver a a new website which will give families "some Happy Meal magic at home".

And the Fun Football team is putting together skills and drills guides for footballers of all ages to keep occupied and moving during the next few weeks.

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A McDonald’s spokesperson told The Sun : "Since our closure on Monday night, we have seen hundreds of messages from people telling us what they already miss from McDonald’s.

"We will keep in touch with our fans and followers as we start preparing our menu for reopening."

When McDonald's made the decision to close they donated left over food to food banks and charities so that it could help the most needy during this difficult time.

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