A Nando's Festival Is Coming To London For The Cheekiest Event Of The Summer
As most Brits will assert, nothing beats a cheeky Nando's. It's cheap, simple and delicious - you just can't go wrong.
The restaurant chain is a bit of a national treasure, you might say, which is why the chicken chain is taking its brand to the next level by launching a Nando's festival.
Yes, the company - famed for its peri-peri chicken and ridiculously good sides - will hold a whopping three-week pop-up called Nando's Yard, featuring music, gaming, workshops, entertainment and, what we're all here for, food.
Per the official description: "Nando's Yard is set to be the place to chill out this summer. Whether you're into music, film screenings, gaming or just hanging out with mates, there's something for everyone.
"And of course we'll be serving up the tastiest Nando's food, including some extra special new menu options, created exclusively for Nando's Yard."
Quite frankly, the menu is enough to make this event worth travelling for. The line-up includes the PERi-PERi brunch menu, which is currently only available at Gatwick Airport and Cobham service station.
The breakfast includes flame-grilled PERi-PERi chicken sausage, eggs, portobello mushrooms, saucy fiery beans, grilled tomato and crispy corn browns. Say wut!
It's one of the restaurant's best kept secrets and it's coming to London for the first time ever.
What's more, rapper Stefflon Don will be at the event to introduce her own creations that she's made alongside Nando's chefs, including a beanie wrap with pineapple and coconut chutney and some of the brand new Mango & Lime PERiniase.
While you're getting your munch on, there are loads of events to keep you entertained too, from DJ lessons, dance classes and PERi-PERi baking workshops to film screenings and live music shows.
And if you've filled up on too much breakfast and you need to sit down, there are plenty of places to veg out, including the Nando's Yard gaming lounge.
To be fair, a chance to try out the elusive Nando's breakfast is worth the ticket price alone, am I right?
If you agree, you can grab a ticket when they go on sale 15 July, with the festival taking place from 1 to 18 August in Shoreditch. Get yourself down there for the cheekiest event of the summer.
Featured Image Credit: Nando's