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Tokyo-Area McDonald's Throws Gourmet Fine Dining Event

Entertainment | Gabe Zaldivar | July 16, 2015

Tokyo-Area McDonald's Throws Gourmet Fine Dining Event

Image via Twitter

Lucky individuals in Tokyo will get to experience the fanciest Big Mac attack ever.

Kotaku’s Brian Ashcraft culled the grand expanse of the Internet to track down vital information on a McDonald’s fine dining experience, taking place on July 27.

Sadly, the following images gathered throughout Twitter are for the experience entitled Restaurant M, which will kick off at the McDonald’s located in Roppongi Hills.

There is no word if the fancy-pants dinner will feature at any other locations. But you may be able to duplicate the efforts at home if you happen to have immense culinary skills.

Here are a few pictures of the dinner taking place on one night:

Ashcraft explains that the meal is created using everyday McDonald’s food items. The Kotaku reporter states the following regarding the multi-colored jelly abomination: “This, for example, is vichyssoise made from French fries and a gelée made with McDonald’s veggies.”

We once put our fries into our hamburger, but that’s as far as we ever got into being creative with fast-food fare—although we do enjoy mixing soft drinks when we are feeling particularly saucy.

In any case, this menu looks like a real black-tie affair, complete with amazing items such as burgers cut in wedges.

Ashcraft does explain that this treat will only be reserved to a select few lucky ducks lurking around Japan.

He states the diner will be “serving only ten groups of twenty customers selected via McDonald’s Japanese site.” 

Granted, aside from the gelée—which resembles outdated sweet and sour sauce—the entire meal looks like rearranged menu items presented with a fork and knife.

Normally, the night has taken a serious and extremely odd turn if you are eating McDonald’s with a fork and knife.

However, we like to see the fast-food diner clean up and put some big-boy pants on for a change.

We just hope the new look doesn’t go to its head.

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