If you have a craving for chicken, which I had on this particular day, then Nando’s hits the spot perfectly! It had to be the quarter chicken with their famous PERi-PERi mango and lime sauce! The chicken was fresh and succulent and you can tell that Nando’s don’t use frozen chicken. As the meat had been flame grilled, it was crispy and not greasy at all.
The chicken breast burger was also a good choice. The Portuguese white bread roll was soft and made the burger even more moreish! This dish had the lemon and herb marinade and it was really tasty!
Even though the rice is stated as spicy rice, it wasn’t but it still had a lot of flavour. It made a good alternative to the fries although you do get a good portion of fries, if that’s what you would prefer!
Nando’s do some vegetarian options and salads too. The houmous with pitta bread is good and goes even better with the creamy sweet potato mash. We did have the crunchy lemon pudding on one occasion. It was a lemon curd like dessert on a biscuit base, but I found that it was just that little too zingy for my liking!
This Nando’s was over two floors and it had nice artwork and relaxing music. The staff were really friendly and the service was good. We experienced service with a smile!
Nando’s, 57-58 Chalk Farm Road, Camden, London, NW1 8AN