McDonald’s lovers will soon be allowed to order more than just a Big Mac as the fast food giant announces they will be serving gourmet-style burgers custom-made by you, the customer.

The McDonald’s Create Your Own Burger (CYB) kiosks – which are only available in the US, Australia and most recently Singapore – will appear in Hong Kong at the beginning of July.

The kiosks will come in the form of big screens, each with a touchscreen menu that allows customers to pick and choose what they want in their burger. The self-serve kiosks will only be available in two outlets – Leighton Centre in Causeway Bay and Festival Walk in Kowloon Tong – for a trial period. If the booths prove to be popular, the fast food giant will expand them across the territory.

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Vicky Wong

Vicky is a British-born Chinese journalist with three years of experience covering UK politics. She previously worked for PoliticsHome and has interned at Sky News and CNN International. She also co-produced and filmed a documentary about the Hong Kong protests for MSNBC, which won the grand student prize at the 2015 Human Rights Press Awards. She has a BA in Politics and International Relations from the University of Reading and moved to Hong Kong in 2014 to complete a journalism masters at the University of Hong Kong.