Nando’s reopening nearly 100 restaurants this week for delivery and collection

Lockdown has been going on for what seems like forever, but we have some PERi good news that might just cheer you up.

Everyone’s favourite high street chicken restaurant Nando’s is reopening 94 of its branches for delivery and collection.

From Tuesday 26 May, 54 of their stores will be opening, followed by another 40 on Wednesday 27 May, and customers will be able to order food for delivery or collection from their website.

The new openings include branches in cities such as Glasgow, Edinburgh, Birmingham, Liverpool, Leicester, Coventry and Belfast, plus many more locations.

Following government advice the chicken chain shut their doors on 23 March owing to the coronavirus pandemic. Yet last month they trialled reopening with four restaurants in London and two in Manchester serving deliveries.

Although it is great news about the 94 restaurants, they will still not be offering a dine-in service and all of the click & collect orders must be made through to avoid queues and keep staff and customers healthy.

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Therefore don’t just jump in the car and head to your nearest branch unless you are picking up an order at a previously allocated time.

Additionally, the firm will be operating with a slightly reduced menu. This is so that their staff can operate at a safe social distance. However, true Nando’s fans shouldn’t worry as iconic foods such as PERi PERi chicken wings, halloumi sticks, butterfly chicken and PERi chips will still be up for grabs.

But every staff member has been adhering to strict health and safety procedures include frequently washing their hands, social distancing and wearing PPE.

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They have also put in place designated waiting areas for drivers and customer who are collecting food so as to stop them getting crowded or people having to queue.

However, the restaurants reopening is not the only cause for celebration, because all orders through the site will be able to earn chillies through Nando’s loyalty scheme which means that you can redeem them when the restaurants open for visitors later in the year… yet another reason to order a cheeky Nando’s!

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