List of countries with McDonald's restaurants
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This is a listing of countries with McDonald's restaurants. McDonald's is the largest chain of fast food restaurants in the world. It has more than 35,000 outlets worldwide. The majority of McDonald's outlets outside of the United States are franchises.
The biggest temporary McDonald's restaurant in the world was opened during 2012 Summer Olympics in London, which had 3,000 square metres (32,000 sq ft). The biggest still standing one is probably that at Will Rogers Turnpike.
The list of countries follows the company's own calculation, and contains several non-sovereign territories.
Countries and territories with a McDonald's outlet
|#||Name of country||Date of first store||First outlet location||Number of currently operating outlets||Source and date of source||People per outlet||Notes|
|1||United States||May 15, 1940
Franchise: April 13, 1955
|San Bernardino, California
Des Plaines, Illinois (Franchise)
|14,146||(source: Statista 2016)||23,265||See McDonald's USA|
|2||Canada (details)||June 3, 1967||Richmond, British Columbia||1,450||(source: Statista 2016)||24,242||See McDonald's Canada|
|3|| Puerto Rico
(part of United States)
|December 6, 1967||San Juan||108||(source: McDonald's 2013)||31,583||First McDonald's in Latin America and in the Caribbean. See McDonald's Puerto Rico|
|4|| U.S. Virgin Islands
(part of United States)
|September 5, 1970||St. Croix||6||(source: McDonald's 2013)||17,666|
|5||Costa Rica||December 8, 1970||San Jose, 4th street, between 1st and Central Avenue.||54||(source: McDonald's 2013)||84,925||Third country (not U.S. possession) and first outlet outside Northern America where McDonald's opened. See McDonald's Costa Rica|
|6||Australia||May 30, 1971||Yagoona, New South Wales||981||(source: McDonald's 2013)||26,613||First outlet in Oceania and first outlet outside the Americas. See McDonald's Australia. Locally known as Maccas.|
(part of United States)
|June 10, 1971||Dededo||6||(source: Statista 2016)||27,166||First outlet in Micronesia.|
|8||Japan||July 21, 1971||Tokyo||2,975||(source: McDonald's 2015)||42,598||First outlet in Asia, see McDonald's Japan; McDonald's Holdings Company Japan, Inc. locally known as makku(マック).|
|9||Netherlands||August 21, 1971||Zaandam||246||(source: 2018)||69,797||This was the first outlet in Europe. Opened in 1971 by European Master Franchisees Jan Sybesma & Diet de Wolff (Brother & Sister) - McDonald's Europe is now run by the Dutch Sybesma family & Australian de Wolff family who also own in excess of 80 Stores Worldwide. Sybesma & de Wolff ATF McDonald's Europe - Plan to open 15 more stores in the next 4 years. See McDonald's Netherlands|
|10||Panama||September 1, 1971||Panama City||57||(source: McDonald's 2013)||71,192||See McDonald's Panama|
|11||Germany||November 22, 1971
( West Germany)
December 21, 1990
(former East Germany)
( West Germany)
(former East Germany)
|1,480||(source: McDonald's Germany 2018)||56,098||First outlet in West Germany. First outlet in the new states of Germany opened in 1990 following reunification. See McDonald's Germany|
|12||France (details)||June 30, 1972||Créteil||1,419||(source: McDonald's December 2016)||45,708||First outlet in Creteil in 1972 even though McDonald's officially recognizes the first outlet in Strasbourg in 1979. See McDonald's France.|
|13||El Salvador||July 20, 1972||San Salvador||20||(source: 2018)||490,538||Left in 1980 during the Salvadorian Civil War, but returned after the war in 1992.|
|14||Sweden||October 27, 1973||Kungsgatan 4, Stockholm||197||(source: 2018)||44,546||First outlet in Scandinavia. See McDonald's Sweden|
|15||Guatemala||June 6, 1974||Guatemala City||94||(source: 2018)||197,268||See McDonald's Guatemala|
|16||Curacao||August 16, 1974||Willemstad||5||(source: McDonald's 2013)||31,800||See McDonald's Aruba and Curaçao|
|17||United Kingdom||England: 13 November 1974
Wales: 3 December 1984
Scotland: 23 November 1987
Northern Ireland: 12 October 1991
|Woolwich, London (England)
Belfast (Northern Ireland)
|1,274||(source: McDonald's December 2016)||51,106||Includes Isle of Man and Jersey (1 each)|
Northern Ireland: 26
See McDonald's UK
|18|| Hong Kong
( British Hong Kong at the time)
|January 8, 1975||Paterson Street, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong Island.||237||R(source: McDonald's 2013)||31,118||First outlet in a Chinese-speaking territory. Hong Kong was then a British Crown colony/Dependent Territory; McDonald's would open up a restaurant in China itself 15 years later. See McDonald's Hong Kong.|
|19||Bahamas||August 4, 1975||Nassau||3||(source: Dec. 2012)||131,000||First outlet in an independent country of the Caribbean.|
|20||New Zealand (details)||June 7, 1976||Porirua Central, Wellington||166||(source: 2018)||29,574||Founded in New Zealand by Wally and Hugh Morris|
First South Island restaurants opened at Linwood and Merivale, both Christchurch, on 3 November 1987. See McDonald's New Zealand.
|21||Switzerland||October 20, 1976||Geneva||167||(source: 2018)||51,858||see McDonald's Switzerland|
|22||Ireland||May 9, 1977||Grafton Street, Dublin||89||(source: McDonald's 2013)||53,505||First drive-thru in Europe opened in Nutgrove, Dublin and first McCafé in Europe Grafton Street, Dublin, see McDonald's Ireland|
|23||Austria||July 21, 1977||Schwarzenbergplatz, Vienna||193||(source: 2018)||45,246||see McDonald's Austria|
|24||Belgium||March 21, 1978||Brussels||74||(source: McDonald's 2015)||152,027||A division of Sybesma & de Wolff (Master Franchisees McDonald's Europe), with most stores being owned by S&DW. See McDonald's Belgium|
|25||Brazil||February 13, 1979||Rio de Janeiro||930||(source: April 2018)||255,357||First outlet in South America and first outlet in a lusophone country. See McDonald's Brazil|
|26||Singapore||October 20, 1979||Liat Towers, Orchard Road||136||(source: Dec. 2012)||44,856||First outlet in Southeast Asia. See McDonald's Singapore|
|27||Spain||March 10, 1981||Gran Vía, Madrid||507||(source: July 2018)||93,406||First outlet in the Iberian Peninsula, see McDonald's Spain|
|28||Denmark||April 15, 1981||Vesterbrogade 2D, Copenhagen||89||(source: 2018)||64,595||See McDonald's Denmark|
|29||Philippines||September 27, 1981||Morayta, Sampaloc, Manila||572||(source: February 2018)||183,423||See McDonald's Philippines|
|30||Malaysia||April 29, 1982||Jalan Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur||271||(source: 2018)||100,417||Oldest surviving outlet in a Muslim-majority country. See McDonald's Malaysia|
|31||Norway||November 18, 1983||Nedre Slottsgate, Oslo||73||(source: Jun. 2017)||72,150||see McDonald's Norway|
|32||Taiwan||January 28, 1984||Minsheng East Road, Taipei||413||(source: 2015)||56,949||All restaurants were temporarily closed in 1992 during investigations of restaurant bombings in Taiwan; they reopened after investigations had concluded.|
|33||Andorra||June 29, 1984||Andorra la Vella||5||(source: 2018)||17,000|
|34||Finland||December 14, 1984||Hämeenkatu 17, Tampere||65||(source: 2018 )||84,676||see McDonald's Finland|
|35||Thailand||February 23, 1985||Bangkok||240||(source: 2017)||283,162||see McDonald's Thailand|
|36||Aruba||April 4, 1985||Oranjestad||4||(source: 2016)||25,750||See McDonald's Aruba and Curaçao|
|37||Luxembourg||July 17, 1985||Luxembourg City||10||(source: 2013)||57,600||see McDonald's Luxembourg|
|38||Venezuela||August 31, 1985||Caracas||133||(source: 2018 website)||226,964||see McDonald's Venezuela|
|39||Italy||March 20, 1985||Bolzano||571||(source: 2018)||106,296||see McDonald's Italy|
|40||Mexico||October 29, 1985||Mexico City||402||(source: Dec. 2012)||297,340||see McDonald's Mexico|
|41||Cuba||April 24, 1986||Guantanamo Bay||1||(source: Dec. 2012)||11,239,000||Guantanamo Bay; open only to military personnel.|
|42||Turkey||October 24, 1986||Istanbul||251||(source: 2018)||313,000||First outlet opened in East Thrace; outlets in Anatolia would open later. See McDonald's Turkey|
|43||Argentina||November 24, 1986||Belgrano, Buenos Aires||222||(source: Jun. 2018)||207,736||see McDonald's Argentina.|
( Portuguese Macau at the time)
|April 11, 1987||Rua do Campo, Cathedral Parish, Macau Peninsula||27||(source: Dec. 2012)||24,111||Then Portuguese territory; McDonald's would only open a restaurant in Portugal itself 4 years later. see List of restaurants.|
(part of Yugoslavia at the time)
|March 24, 1988||Slavija Square, Belgrade||30||(source: October 2016)||271,461||First outlet in a communist country and first outlet in the Balkans. See McDonald's Serbia|
|46||South Korea||March 29, 1988||Gangnam District, Seoul||450||(source: June 2017)||113,888||See McDonald's South Korea|
( HPR at the time)
|April 13, 1988||Budapest||88||(source: 2018)||109,222||Second communist country, first Warsaw Pact member, thus first outlet behind the Iron Curtain. See McDonald's Hungary|
(part of Soviet Union at the time)
|January 31, 1990||Pushkin Square, Moscow||645||(source: January 2017)||223,255||See McDonald's Russia|
|49||PR of China||October 8, 1990||Dongmen, Luohu District, Shenzhen||2,700||(source: May 2018)||516,670||See McDonald's China.|
|50||Chile||November 19, 1990||Santiago de Chile||77||(source: Dec. 2012)||233,844||See McDonald's Chile|
|51||Indonesia||February 23, 1991||Sarinah, Jakarta||170||(source: 2016)||1,550,058||See McDonald's Indonesia|
|52||Portugal||May 23, 1991||CascaiShopping, Cascais||148||(source: Sep. 2015)||69,871||See McDonald's Portugal|
|53||Greece||November 12, 1991||Athens Syntagma Sq.||24||(source: 2018)||456,458||See McDonald's Greece|
|54||Uruguay||November 18, 1991||Montevideo||21||(source: 2014)||163,190||See McDonald's Uruguay|
|55||Martinique||December 16, 1991||Fort-de-France||9||(source: 2016)||42,888||See McDonald's French Antilles|
|56|| Czech Republic
(part of Czechoslovakia at the time)
|March 20, 1992||Vodičkova street, Prague||99||(source: 2018)||111,094||See McDonald's Czech Republic|
|57||Guadeloupe||April 8, 1992||8||(source: 2016)||50,250||See McDonald's French Antilles|
|58||Poland||June 16, 1992||Marszałkowska Street, Warsaw in department store "Sezam"||422||(source: 2019)||94,875||See McDonald's Poland|
|59||Monaco||November 20, 1992||Monte Carlo||2||19,000|
|60||Brunei||December 12, 1992||Bandar Seri Begawan||3||(source: 2018)||208,500|
|61||Morocco||December 18, 1992||Casablanca||45||(source: January 2019)||846,200||First outlet in Africa and the first outlet in the Arab World; McDonald's is now present in all continents except Antarctica. See McDonald's Morocco|
|62|| Northern Marianas
(part of United States)
|March 18, 1993||Saipan||2||(source:August 2011)||26,500||First outlet opened on the island of Saipan; second outlet opened in 1997|
|63||Israel (details)||October 14, 1993||Ayalon Mall, Ramat Gan||185||(source: 2016)||47,021||First outlet in the Middle East. See McDonald's Israel|
|64||Slovenia||December 2, 1993||In Čopova Street, Ljubljana||20||(source: 2016)||103,300||See McDonald's Slovenia|
|65||Saudi Arabia||December 8, 1993||Riyadh||263||(source: 2018)||147,321||First outlet in the Arabian Peninsula. See McDonald's Saudi Arabia McDonald's Saudi Arabia|
|66||Kuwait||June 15, 1994||Kuwait||72||(source: 2018)||57,973||See McDonald's Kuwait|
|67||New Caledonia||July 26, 1994||Nouméa||2||(source: 2012)||134,500|
|68||Oman||July 30, 1994||Salalah||23||(source: 2018)||304,866||See McDonald's Oman|
|69||Egypt||October 20, 1994||Cairo||104||(source: 2018)||1,260,621||See McDonald's Egypt|
|70||Bulgaria||December 10, 1994||Plovdiv||42||(source: 2011)||169,095||See |
|71||Bahrain||December 15, 1994||Muharraq City||23||(source: 2018)||68,900||See McDonald's Bahrain|
|72||Latvia||December 15, 1994||Riga||12||(source: 2018)||162,750||First outlet in the Baltics. See McDonald's Latvia|
|73||United Arab Emirates||December 21, 1994||Abu Dhabi||165||(source: 2018)||88,938||See McDonald's UAE|
|74||Estonia||April 29, 1995||Tallinn||10||(source: 2018)||131,600||See McDonald's Estonia|
|75||Romania||June 16, 1995||Bucharest||70||(source: 2017)||280,543||See McDonald's Romania|
|76||Malta||July 7, 1995||Valletta||10||(source: McDonald's 2016, 9 in Malta, 1 in Gozo)||44,500||See McDonald's Malta|
|77||Colombia||July 14, 1995||Centro Andino, Bogota||81||(source: July 2013)||607,530||See McDonald's Colombia|
|78||Slovakia||October 14, 1995||Banská Bystrica||30||(source: 2018)||180,866||See McDonald's Slovakia|
|79||South Africa||November 11, 1995||Blackheath, Gauteng||252||(source: 2018)||244,253||First outlet in Southern Africa. See McDonald's South Africa|
|80||Qatar||December 13, 1995||Doha||42||(source: 2018)||107,040||See McDonald's Qatar|
|81||Honduras||December 14, 1995||Tegucigalpa||11||(source: 2018)||1,031,250||See McDonald's Honduras|
|82||Sint Maarten||December 15, 1995||Philipsburg||3||(source: December 2013)||11,333|
|83||Croatia||February 2, 1996||Zagreb||30||(source: 2018)||139,033||See McDonald's Croatia|
(named Western Samoa at the time)
|March 2, 1996||Apia||1||192,000|
|85||Fiji||May 1, 1996||Suva||4||(source: 2001)||224,690||As of April 2012, Fiji was the only country in the world to still use the 2003 "i'm lovin' it" packaging, even though the other countries are using the 2008 packaging for meals and items. See McDonald's Fiji|
|86||Liechtenstein||May 3, 1996||Triesen||1||(source: 2018)||38,111||See McDonald's Switzerland|
|87||Lithuania||May 31, 1996||Vilnius||13||(source: 2018)||257,090||See McDonald's Lithuania|
|88||India||October 13, 1996||Delhi||290+||(source: 2017)||5,306,288||First outlet in South Asia. See McDonald's India|
|89||Peru||October 18, 1996||Lima||40||(source: 2014)||778,800||See McDonald's Peru|
|90||Jordan||November 7, 1996||Amman||31||(source: 2018)||352,928|
|91||Paraguay||November 21, 1996||Asuncion||19||(source: 2018)||616,636||See McDonald's Paraguay|
|92||Dominican Republic||November 30, 1996||Santo Domingo||31||325,000||Country with the second most locations of McDonald's in the Caribbean, after Puerto Rico. See McDonald's Dominican Republic|
|93||French Polynesia||December 10, 1996||Tahiti||6||47,666|
|94||Belarus||December 10, 1996||Minsk||15||(source: 2018)||632,786||
|95||Trinidad and Tobago||May 6, 1997||The Falls at West Mall||6||225,000||McDonald's previously had stores in Trinidad (May 6, 1997 – October 25, 2003) but closed due to low sales. Re-opened at The Falls At West Mall in 2011 and has expanded to 5 other locations.|
|96||Ukraine||May 24, 1997||Kyiv||80||(source: October 2017)||545,410||All three restaurants in the peninsula of Crimea were closed in 2014. See McDonald's Ukraine|
|97||Cyprus||June 12, 1997||Larnaca||18||(source: 2016)||63,388||See McDonald's Cyprus|
|98||Jersey||August 1, 1997||Saint Helier||1|
|99||Ecuador||October 9, 1997||6 de Diciembre Avenue, Quito||27||(source: 2014)||597,925||See McDonald's Ecuador|
|100||Reunion||December 14, 1997||Saint-Denis||4||(source: 2018)||210,904|
|101||Isle of Man||December 15, 1997||Douglas||1|
|102||Suriname||December 18, 1997||Paramaribo||2||(source: 2010)||293,000|
|103||Moldova||April 30, 1998||Chișinău||5||(source: 2018)||599,647||See McDonald's Moldova|
|104||Nicaragua||July 11, 1998||Managua||6||(source: June 2010)||1,027,833||McDonald's outlets ceased operation during the Nicaraguan Civil War and re-established a presence in 1998 after an absence of two decades. During the civil war one continued operating as "Donald's". See McDonald's Nicaragua|
|105||Lebanon||September 18, 1998||Beirut||23||(source: 2018)||187,424||See McDelivery Lebanon, which is currently merged with its official website as local franchisee Miknas Food S.A.L. is gradually reforming their McDonald's store chain|
|106||Pakistan||September 19, 1998||Karachi||60||(source: 2018)||2,885,757||McDonald's Pakistan|
|107||Sri Lanka||October 16, 1998||Colombo||7||(source: March 4, 2013)||2,896,857||see McDonald's Sri Lanka|
|108||Georgia||February 5, 1999||Rustaveli Avenue, Tbilisi||14||(source: 2018)||338,181||First outlet in the Caucasus. See McDonald's Georgia|
|109||San Marino||July 6, 1999||Borgo Maggiore||1||(source: 2018)||33,328||See McDonald's Italy|
|110||Gibraltar||August 13, 1999||Westside||1||(source: 2018)||32,194||See McDonald's Spain|
|111||Azerbaijan||November 6, 1999||Fountains Square, Baku||15||(source: 2019)||818,666||See McDonald's Azerbaijan|
|112||French Guiana||February 22, 2000||Cayenne||2||(source: 2016)||125,000||See McDonald's French Antilles|
|113|| American Samoa
(part of United States)
|September 29, 2000||Pago Pago||2||(source: 2008)||27,000|
|114||Mauritius||July 4, 2001||Port Louis||7||192,571|
|115||Iraq||August 10, 2006||Baghdad||1||(source: 2006)||One location in Baghdad for the U.S. Army, but there is also a knockoff called MaDonal.|
|116||Bosnia and Herzegovina||July 21, 2011||Sarajevo||4||(source: 2015)||882,790||After some 10 years of trying to enter the Bosnian market with no success, McDonald's opened its first restaurant in Bosnia on 20 July 2011. See McDonald's Bosnia and Herzegovina|
|117||Vietnam||February 8, 2014||Ho Chi Minh City||17||(source: 2017)||6,180,000||See McDonald's Vietnam|
|118||Kazakhstan||March 8, 2016||Astana||14||1,778,844||First outlet in Central Asia. See McDonald's Kazakhstan|
|120||Kenya||Coming Soon||Nairobi||(source: 2017)||Announced on December 10, 2017. McDonald's is still yet to open in Kenya.|
|#||Name of country||Date of first store||Date of closing||Reason to closing|
|1||Iran||circa 1971/1972||1979||First outlet in the Muslim world and first outlet in the Middle East (West Asia). Closed due to the Islamic Revolution; a lot of foreign companies, specifically American, were forced to leave. McDonald's attempted to re-enter the Iranian market in 1994, but this failed due to a hostile anti-American fundamentalist attack on the building which was under construction where the planned franchise would be opened. McDonald's does not plan on opening any restaurants in Iran at this time.|
|2||Barbados ||August 25, 1989||December 13, 1990||Closed due to extremely slow sales.|
|3||Bermuda ||November 10, 1985||March 9, 1995||Closed due to a government law that bans franchised restaurants in the country. The McDonald's restaurant was located on a US Naval Air Station and was thus exempt from the law. When the base closed in 1995, the restaurant was required to do likewise.|
|4||Bolivia||October 24, 1997||September 30, 2002||Closed due to slow sales and cost. McDonald's is trying to re-enter the Bolivian market.|
|5||Jamaica ||April 15, 1995||October 14, 2005||Closed due to governmental problems and declining sales.|
|6||Montenegro||June 1, 2004||2007||A seasonal McDonald's restaurant was opened in Budva, but it was closed due to the lack of location.|
|7||Iceland ||September 1, 1993||October 31, 2009||Closed down by Icelandic affiliate due to both prohibitive costs of importing foreign food products as required by McDonald's and the collapse of the Icelandic krona. Its three former outlets were re-branded as its own chain of Metro restaurants, which offer similar services and menus with domestically produced ingredients.|
|8||North Macedonia||September 6, 1997||May 15, 2013||Closed due to dispute in contract and contractual obligations with the franchise owner Sveto Janevski.|
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