Belfast Telegraph

Wednesday 25 May 2016

Nando's opens third Belfast restaurant creating 32 jobs

Published 27/01/2016


Nando's will open its new Northern Ireland restaurant today - bringing the total to three in Belfast.

The Belfast Telegraph revealed back in July that the popular chicken chain was set to open its fourth Northern Ireland establishment in south Belfast.

The Boucher Crescent location will bring 32 full and part-time jobs to the area, ranging from cashiers to grillers and managers.

The new restaurant will add to the existing locations in Belfast’s Victoria Square, Dublin Road and a further outlet in Derry.

Located in the new retail park with a unique unique banana shaped footprint, the 108-cover restaurant interior stays true to Nando’s unique Afro-Portuguese roots.

Splashes of colour including chilli red, provides a backdrop to original art from emerging and established South African artists, in homage to Nando’s South African heritage.

Regional MD of Nando’s Lorcan Feely said: “The team is really excited to be opening the doors to the new Nando’s on Boucher Crescent.

"The location is in close proximity to Windsor Park football stadium which will be perfect for sport supporters, shoppers and fans to get their PERi-PERi fix."

Nando's operates more than 1,000 restaurants across the globe, with almost 300 across the UK and the Republic.

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