Nando’s new prices: What is Nando’s new price list? Full menu
Restaurant chain Nando’s is due to slash prices on their menu as discounts encouraged by Government policies comes into effect. In August, the Government encouraged restaurants to sign up to its Eat Out to Help Out scheme, offering 50 percent discount on meals up to £10 per person. A VAT cut has also led to even cheaper prices at Nando’s.
What is Nando’s new price list?
Nando’s has confirmed they have passed on the entire 12.5 percent VAT discount onto their menus.
Alongside the VAT cut, the Eat Out to Help Out discount will be available on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesday for dine-in meals.
The prices could vary slightly between locations.
The peri peri chicken restaurant has confirmed everything on their menu will be subject to discounts.
Alcoholic drinks is not including in the Eat Out to Help Out scheme and aren’t subject to VAT reduction.
- Quarter Peri Peri chicken – £1.85 instead of £3.70 (£4.25 before VAT cut)
- Quarter Peri Peri chicken and two sides – £3.38 instead of £6.75 (£7.75 before VAT cut)
- Half Peri Peri chicken – £3.38 instead of £6.75 (£7.70 before VAT cut)
- Half Peri Peri chicken and two sides – £4.90 instead of £9.80 (£11.20 before VAT cut)
- Chicken wings (five) – £2.60 instead of £5.20 (£5.95 before VAT cut)
- Boneless chicken thighs (four) – £3.48 instead of £6.95 (£7.95 before VAT cut)
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- Ten-piece Peri Peri chicken wing roulette – £4.80 instead of £9.60 (£10.95 before VAT cut)
- Halloumi sticks and dip starter – £1.73 instead of £3.45 (£3.95 before VAT cut)
- Whole chicken – £6 instead of £12 (£13.50 before VAT cut)
- Garlic bread (regular) – £1.15 instead of £2.30 (£2.60 before VAT cut)
What is the Eat Out to Help Out scheme?
The Government scheme, announced by Chancellor Rishi Sunak, sees customers get 50 percent off meals and non-alcoholic drinks, capped at £10 per head.
Eat Out to Help Out will be available from August 3 until August 31 and run on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
You can use the discount as many times as you wish, but it’s only available at restaurants who have signed up to the scheme on the Government’s website.
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