Nando's announces it is reopening three Irish restaurants

By James Fenton

May 26, 2020 at 5:09pm


Nando's is the latest restaurant chain to announce that it is reopening some of its Irish outlets for delivery and collection.

Last week, bedlam ensued when McDonald's reopened six Dublin drive-thrus and this week it's the turn of Nando's lovers to be reunited with their favourite dishes. The chain says that 'we’re gradually firing our grills back up across the country offering Click and Collect from most Nando’s restaurants.'

The three lucky Irish locations are the St. Andrew's Street branch in Dublin, the Academy Street branch in Cork and the Boucher Crescent branch in Belfast.

The Dublin and Cork branches are open for delivery and collection while the Belfast branch is open for collection only. Nando's has also issued collection guidelines which can be read below...

You can read more about Nando's reopening procedure here.

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