NANDO’S has said it will has reopened 54 of its restaurants for delivery and collection services across the UK and Ireland today – with 40 more to come tomorrow.
After a successful trial, the chicken restaurant is reopening lots of its kitchens – although you still can’t dine in.
Nando’s said it will be serving from a reduced menu to support its kitchen staff, who will maintain social distance in its kitchens and food preparation areas.
The chicken restaurant initially opened six restaurants in London and Manchester for delivery orders at the end of April.
But it now plans to reopen more of its branches as lockdown restrictions are eased.
Nando’s said that branches in cities including Glasgow, Edinburgh, Liverpool, Birmingham, Coventry, Leicester and Belfast will be among those opening this week.
With the initial six restaurants which were opened, customers were only able to order via Deliveroo and not through the restaurant directly.
But now click and collect orders will be able to be placed online via Nandos.co.uk.
Diners are encouraged not to travel to the restaurant unnecessarily unless they are picking up a collect order at their allotted time.
When ordering from Deliveroo, keep in mind you’ll be charged a delivery fee on top of your order.
This fee will vary depending on how far away from the restaurant you are.
Delivery drivers will maintain social distancing while waiting to pick up orders, as will restaurant staff when handing over food.
Contactless delivery is also available upon request.
Nando’s has 340 branches in the UK – use the online tool to find your nearest one.
Poundland has reopened 26 more stores today.
Car dealerships and outdoor markets are “set to reopen from next month”.
Here’s a full list of the shops and food chains that have reopened including Starbucks and McDonald’s.