What is it with Nando’s?

Cabot Circus

Why is it so popular? Come on tell me why?

Now I will admit I have never actually been to a Nando’s so couldn’t tell you if it was any good or not.

I recently was in Bristol’s Cabot Circus twice within a week around lunchtime. Though there are a wide range of eating establishments in the area, each time I was there there was a huge queue for the Nando’s. Around 20-30 people queuing outside. At all the other places there were no queues. Doesn’t happen all the time, the Nando’s at Gloucester Quays never seems to have a queue!

So it’s very popular, but I am not sure why?

They do grilled chicken with a hot marinade with side orders.

Would you know if they use fresh raw chicken, or is it pre-cooked and just “flamed” on the grill?

If you are into that Nando’s what is it that makes people queue? Should I try it out? Or not touch it with a barge pole?

One Reply to “What is it with Nando’s?”

  1. I like it – they use fresh chicken, family friendly, a fair bit of choice, unlimited drinks and usually in handy places. The image they have, while being ‘fastish food’ is not ‘fast food’. I would rather take Ewan there than a number of other ‘fast food’ places. Oh and they don’t mind me bringing baked beans in for Ewan to have with his chicken!!

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