Cheshire Oaks' branch of McDonald's will be closed for three months to undergo a digital makeover.
The fast food outlet is due to close on July 4 and will not reopen until October when it will feature a new 'click and collect' service, a mobile app as well as self service kiosks.
These kiosks will allow customers to order food at a speed that suits them, and gain easy access to nutritional information to help them make informed food choices.
McDonald's area manager Gary Whitehead said of the planned changes: “I’m looking forward to being able to bring the new restaurant to Cheshire Oaks and would like to thank our local customers for bearing with us while the transformation is taking place.
"I’m confident the new store will offer visitors to the restaurant more choice as to how to they order and am particularly excited to introduce the ‘click and collect’ app to my customers.
"The digitalisation of the restaurants also means table service at McDonald's will be possible, giving crew members the opportunity to interact more with customers and build valuable soft skills from working front of house," explained Gary.
More than 80% of McDonald’s restaurants across the country have been digitally transformed in the past three years and by the end of this year, all branches in the UK will have transformed to offer customers an enhanced digital experience.
Other digital features in the restaurants include free to use tablets, interactive magic tables for children and mobile phone charging points.