Rejoice, Nando’s lovers, for your fave chicken is back and it’s discounted.
After everyone’s beloved Peri-Peri chicken restaurant started taking in diners again (in selected stores), people were loading their plates with their fave chicken, sides, and, of course, sauces.
Now Nando’s is giving people even more reason to make a visit.
The much-loved peri-peri chicken will now be on offer for a mere £1.85 for a quarter piece – that’s less than a coffee.
As part of the government’s Eat Out to Help Out scheme, the African-Portuguese chain will be slashing the price of its delicious items by 50% or more (maximum of £10 off per person) to encourage more people to support the hospitality sector.
If you were hoping to add to cart on your delivery app though sadly, you won’t be able to as it’s only for people who eat in.
And the deal will run only on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday in August.
It’s not just quarter chicken you can grab for less than two quid, other food items will also be on offer.
You can turn your chicken order into a meal with two sides for £3.39.
If you prefer a bit more chicken, you can go for the half for £3.39 and making that into a meal with two sides will be £4.90 in total.
A ten-piece peri-peri chicken wing roulette will only cost you £4.80 now, while the halloumi sticks and dip starter will now only set you back £1.74.
Those that prefer a chicken pitta can expect to pay £2.95 while a beanie burger will be £2.95.
As with many restaurants pre-lockdown, there will now be socially distancing measures in-store.
Diners will have to scan a QR code and staff will text you when your table is ready.
The chain will also be completely cashless so make sure you have your cards.
The restaurant will be operating with a limited menu as to not overwhelm staff with orders in the kitchen.
And taking away its signature help-yourself method, Nando’s staff will take your order and give you everything you need.
Just make sure you don’t forget to try the new coconut and lemon chicken sauce when you go in.
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