McDonald’s, the global fast food chain, is to open its first all-vegetarian sites in India as it looks to tailor its offer to the country’s Hindu and Muslim communities. The first outlet will be opened in Amritsar by middle of next year to be followed by a second site in Katra as the group looks to target place of pilgrimage in the country. A spokesperson said: “It will be the first time we have opened a vegetarian restaurant in the world. There is a big opportunity for vegetarian restaurants as many Indians are vegetarian. In most of the pilgrimage places, people wish to have vegetarian foods. So, we are looking at other such pilgrimage places to open such restaurants.” India is currently a relatively small for the fast food chain, which has 270 sites in the country and nearly 33,000 worldwide.