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Inside Hong Kong's Futuristic McDonald's

Imagine if Kylo Ren, in a fit of hanger, opened a burger joint. There would definitely be some stainless steel in there, some dim lighting and perhaps a salad bar.

Which is funny, because that's exactly what this brand-new Mickey D's in Hong Kong looks like, according to Kotaku. Apparently, the international fast food giant teamed up with design firm Landini Associates to create a sleek, futuristic eatery named McDonald's Next. Outfitted with touchscreen menus and polished, industrial furniture, this place looks like the break room on Starkiller Base.

Have a gander at the restaurant, just a stone's throw from Admiralty Station, below:

[Photos via Kotaku]


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