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It’s called Restaurant M. And for one day in Tokyo, it will be serving full-course meals made from McDonald’s food.

According to Weekly ASCII, Bimi, and Sorrida, the full course meal is served on plates and eaten with utensils.

[Photo: Bimi]

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[Photo: Sorrida]

There’s even a fancy menu.

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[Photo: Sorrida]

This, for example, is vichyssoise made from French fries and a gelée made with McDonald’s veggies.

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[Photo: Weekly ASCII]

That’s ice tea in the wine glass.

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[Photo: Weekly ASCII]

FRENCH FRIES!!

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[Photo: Sorrida]

Here is a platter of different McDonald’s patties.

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[Photo: Sorrida]

[Photo: Weekly ASCII]

Looks like there are dipping sauces. Toothpicky things, too.

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[Photo: Weekly ASCII]

Are we really going to do this?

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[Photo: Weekly ASCII]

Guess so.

Dessert is blueberries mixed with strawberries and Oreo cookies. Coffee is also served.

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[Photo: Weekly ASCII]

Restaurant M will open on July 27 at the Roppongi Hills McDonald’s, serving only ten groups of twenty customers selected via McDonald’s Japanese site.

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Top photo: Sorrida

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