Nando's has announced an all new menu now that we're coming out of lockdown and food lovers can return to its restaurants.
The revamped menu sees multiple new additions as well as recipe changes to some of the chain's favourites – with extra spices added to some of it's dishes you known and love.
Nando's fans will now be able to order several new sides, salads, dips and wines, all available from Tuesday 11th May.
New additions include a refreshing new Rainbow Bowl, a crunchy Quinoa & Feta Salad, and the option to add new Nando’s PERi-Plant Strips to your salad for an extra bit of PERi-PERi protein.
A number of Nando’s fan favourites have had a post-lockdown shake-up, with "improved recipes" for its selection of Burgers and Pittas.
Burger fans can now try new PERi Ketchup and Lemon & Herb Mayo alongside lettuce and tomato, while Pitta fans will enjoy Lemon & Herb mayo and crunchy slaw in a tangy mustard dressing.
You can also add a brand new spice to meals with the arrival of Garlic BBQ on the PERi-ometer – which will sit between Plain and Lemon & Herb, replacing XXHot. This gives a kick of sweet and smoky garlic to your meal.
As well as the food, four new Southern African wines have also been added to the menu in selected restaurants.
With a South African Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Cabinet Sauvignon and fruity Rose all from the Spier vineyard in Cape Town to choose from, there is something for every wine lover in your party.
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The new post-lockdown menu will be available for delivery, takeaway and Click & Collect in the first instance.
Then when restaurants reopen from May 17, customers can dine in again.
Safety measures have been put in place in accordance with government guidelines.
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