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From Wednesday 8 July, a select number of restaurants will re-open, allowing peri-peri fans to get their fix.
The restaurants won't be taking bookings - so if you do fancy getting your mitts on a half chicken and some spicy rice you can just turn up on the day. Glorious.
The restaurants set to open on 8 July are:
Nando's has also shared some new guidelines it will be implementing to ensure customer safety, including a new system that means people don't have to queue outside. When you arrive you just need to scan a QR code and when your table is ready you'll get a text. Clever, eh?
In keeping with government guidelines, it will be operating at reduced capacity and with 'social distanced tables'.
The chain will also be implementing a cashless system; will bring food, sauces, cutlery, napkins etc over to your table; and has placed sanitiser stations around the restaurant.
Due to social distancing in the kitchen, Nando's has said it will be serving a reduced menu but promises: "Most of the Nando's meals you know and love are still there though" so there's no need to panic.
You can check out all the new guidelines on the Nando's website here.
A spokesperson for Nando's said: "We are pleased to announce that we will be reopening 10 restaurants for eat-in service from the July 8.
"Things will be a little different and we will have more information to announce closer to the time.
"We can't wait to open our doors and start serving peri peri again."
If your local Nando's isn't on the list yet, don't worry as the chain has said it will be opening more up later in the month.
In the meantime, you can still get delivery or click and collect - you can find out more here.
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