- 1 Nandos Connection Numbers:
- 2 Nandos Opening Hours
- 3 Nandos Head Office Address
- 4 Why would I need to call the Nandos head office contact number?
- 5 Nandos Menu
- 6 Nandos Delivery
- 7 Nandos Sauce
- 8 Nandos Prices
- 9 Nandos Discount
- 10 Nando’s Locations
- 11 Popular questions about Nandos
- 12 Gluten free food at Nando’s?
- 13 How Nandos chicken is made?
- 14 Are Nandos Halal?
- 15 What Nandos rewards mean:
- 16 What’s Nandos Black Card?
- 17 About Nandos
Nandos Connection Numbers:
|UK Head Office||0844 248 2695|
|Customer Services||0843 208 1753|
|Complaints||0843 208 1754|
|Careers||0843 208 1755|
|Black Card Enquiries||0844 248 2695|
By calling the above numbers, we can connect you to those Nando’s departments. All calls to this number cost 7 pence per minute, plus your telephone network access charge. Please note we are not associated with any of the companies listed on this website. We offer a call connection service.
Nandos Opening Hours
|Head Office||9am – 5:30pm Monday to Friday|
Nandos Head Office Address
|Head Office||Erico House, 93-99 Upper Richmond Road Putney SW15 2TG|
Nandos is a Portuguese-style fast food restaurant chain.
Why would I need to call the Nandos head office contact number?
- To find the location of your nearest Nandos restaurant.
- To query an issue with your Nandos card.
- To find out more about the nutrition of Nandos products.
- To find out more about Nandos ethics policy.
- For information about the recruitment process.
- To contact payroll or HR as an employee.
- To escalate a complaint that a restaurant you visited has failed to resolve to your satisfaction.
Nandos is a restaurant chain which is famous for its peri-peri chicken. Despite the chicken being legendary, there is a lot more than chicken on the menu. You’ll find starters, or ‘appeteasers’, such as chicken wings, olives, or garlic bread. For a hands-on chicken experience, you can get 1/4 of a chicken, a whole chicken, or chicken wings. If you prefer your chicken off the bone, there are thighs and butterfly chicken available. You can also get your chicken in a burger, pita, or wrap or enjoy a fillet steak roll. If you’re on a health kick, choose from fresh salads with or without chicken. For vegetarians, you can enjoy a veggie/bean pitta, burger or wrap or roasted mushroom and halloumi. To accompany your tasty main, you can enjoy a range of sides such as chips, coleslaw, macho peas, spicy rice, corn on the cob, creamy mash, chargrilled veg or sweet potato wedges. If your child is under the age of 10, they can enjoy a Nandinos meal with a main and two sides.
Nandos has a ‘peri-ometer’ where you can choose how spicy you want your chicken. You can choose from extra mild, lemon & herb for a touch of spice, medium, hot, or extra hot.
Unfortunately, Nandos does not offer a home delivery service. You can,however, order a takeaway and collect it from your local restaurant. You can order the takeaway online to your specifications and it will be waiting for you to collect- the earliest time that you can collect from is 11.30am.
Nandos famous peri peri sauce is now available to buy in bottles so that you can recreate the taste of Nandos at home. You’ll find everything from lemon & herb to extra, extra hot. If you prefer something a bit cooler, choose the Perinaise- mayonnaise with a difference. Lastly, you can season your food at home with peri peri salt.
Nandos prices vary depending on what you order. Starters are priced from £2.40, chicken on the bone starts from £4.40 or £7.60 with sides. Burgers start from £5.95 on their own or £7.55 with one regular side. Salads start from £4.40 without chicken. Sides start from £2.40 for regular or £4.40 for large. All Nandinos meals are £5.65 for a main, two sides and dessert.
Nandos offers 20% discount to Police, Ambulance and Fire Services staff, as well as NHS staff. You’ll need photo ID and it’s only up to the value of £20. Military discount is also available with photo ID. Nandos is unable to apply discounts to online takeaway or Deliveroo orders.
You can find your nearest Nandos restaurant by going to the Nandos website and searching by town or postcode. If you search by postcode, you’ll be able to see how far away from you the restaurant is, the opening times, restaurant contact number and which facilities are available such as baby changing and take away.
Popular questions about Nandos
Gluten free food at Nando’s?
Coeliacs view Nandos as a kind of eating out ‘safe haven’ as much of the menu is gluten free. All of the chicken is naturally gluten free, as are the chips (just avoid the peri peri salt). Each store has a ‘food bible’ which includes all of the ingredients used in the meals, so if you are unsure if something is gluten free, ask to see the guide.
How Nandos chicken is made?
The chicken is marinated for a minimum of 24 hours before it is cooked. The chicken is then flame-grilled to order with the chosen level of spice.
Are Nandos Halal?
Some Nandos restaurants serve Halal products. There are 67 restaurants in total and the fact they that are Halal is signposted online and in the restaurant. Halal branches of Nandos include Wembley Park, Luton, Wolverhampton, Liverpool Queen Square, Manchester Trafford Centre, Sheffield Valley Centertainment, Glasgow Springfield Quay, and Cardiff Old Brewery Quarter.
What Nandos rewards mean:
You can collect a Nandos card at the till of your local restaurant. To claim rewards you’ll need to register the card online or in the app to begin collecting chillis- you’ll get a chilli just for registering. Every time that you visit and spend over £7 you will earn a chilli. Once you’ve earned a reward you can redeem it within one year. Rewards include a free starter,1/4 of a chicken, 1/2 chicken or burger/pitta/wrap or whole chicken or single combo meal.
What’s Nandos Black Card?
A Nandos Black Card is rumoured to be an elusive card which grants people with free Nandos for a whole year. Celebrities such as Ed Sheeran and Bipolar Sunshine have been given them in exchange for spreading the word of Nandos. According to the Nandos website, no one who has ever asked for a black card has received one, so play it cool…
The origins of Nandos can be traced back to Johannesburg in 1987 when a Portuguese engineer, Fernando Duarte, took his businessman friend to a takeaway called Chickenland. They later purchased the restaurant and renamed it ‘Nandos’ and after two years, there were four outlets- three in Johannesburg and one in Portugal. By 2013, there were around 1,000 Nandos restaurants in 35 countries. The first UK restaurant opened in 1992.
For more about Nandos, call the Nandos head office contact number on this page.