Nando’s in back in business after a long old lockdown. They’re also surprising us with a brand new flavour on their spice menu.
The PERI-ometer will have the new addition of coconut and lemon available for a limited time, so you can change up your usual order.
In place of passion fruit and mango, coconut and lemon is said to have a medium spice level with a unique flavour apparently inspired by Mozambican food.
The spice UK restaurants for eat-in, delivery, and click and collect, and as always you can have it on your veggie options as well as your chicken.
There’s no specific date that this flavour will be leaving us, but the passion fruit and mango that’s now been cruelly cast aside came out in early February, so don’t expect to get coconut and lemon for any more than around six months.
Nando’s is also participating in the government’s Eat Out to Help Out scheme, meaning you can get a bargain if you dine on certain days of the week.
The chain is also cutting prices further in line with VAT reductions and adding nationwide delivery to their service. Basically, we can get more chicken in more places for less.
Throughout August, those ordering or eating in at participating restaurants on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday can get their food and non alcoholic drinks half price (with a maximum discount of £10 a head).
Add that to the already-reduced prices Nando’s now have, and there are some decent savings to be had.
Not that you needed any push to get an extra couple of sides, but this does seem like a big sign from above to do just that.
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