The Fact About Nando's Secrets That No One Is Suggesting
Nando's is one of the hottest restaurant chains in the UK. But even an aficionado of this chicken eatery couldn't know as much about what really goes on as a part of staff.
And one former Nando's employee has spoken out to reveal a few of the secrets that many members of the public are not aware of.
From the ways people try and impress their customs to why it might be best to skip the olives, the former Nandoca spilled the beans on all things Nando's.
1. When on a date, a few folks order lemon and herb chicken but ask for it to come with an extra hot sticker so that their company thinks they're better at handling spice than they're.
2. Staff have served a meal each five hours and can order what they need - so that they get to know the menu very well and become good at purchasing off-menu items.
3. However, since there is only so much chicken one person can consume, the staff occasionally swap food along with other local takeaways. A whole chicken for a pizza? Sounds fair.
4. The chicken is not natural and it arrives in the restaurants already marinated.
5. The chips at Nando's are supplied by McCain - the exact same company you can purchase for yourself at the supermarket.
7. Working at Nando's can definitely have its perks - staff often get to take food home be that because it's about to expire or somebody has delivered something back. "My greatest ever haul was whole chickens and half of a carrot cake," the former employee told the Leicester Mercury.
8. Black cards - which entitle holders to one year's worth of meals at Nando's for a maximum of five people - are usually given out to actors who'll encourage Nando's on social networking.
9. Staff know people purchase tap water then attempt to serve themselves soft drinks from the refill machines. They are watching. And they will charge you so.
10. It is especially common in the weekend nandos menu for folks to try and sneak spirits in to possess with'mixer' out of Nando's - however this would see them swiftly being kicked out of the restaurant.