16 July 2020 14:40
South African restaurant mega-chain and the basis of seemingly all of youth culture in the UK – Nando's, is, from today cutting prices across its menu and introducing home deliveries across the country. Nando's says it is using Rishi Sunak's confirmed cut in tax for the hospitality industry from 20% down to 5% to reduce prices across eat-in services, click and collect, and now home-delivery. KFC and McDonalds have also announced a similar plan, saying it will slash the prices of some of its fan favourite menu items in lieu of the tax cut. Nando's have announced this with a banner across their site, stating that they are to pass on "100% of the benefits" from the tax break to its customers, reducing the price of a quarter chicken by 55p. The halloumi sticks and dip starter are falling by 40p from £3.95 to £3.45.
A ¼ PERi-PERi chicken on its own will fall by 55p from £4.25 to £3.70, or the price with two regular sides will drop by £1 from £7.75 to £6.75. ½ PERi-PERi chicken on its own you'll see prices fall by 95p from £7.70 to £6.75, while the price with two regular sides will drop by £1.40 from £11.20 to £9.80. Order Nando's ten-piece PERi-PERi chicken wing roulette and prices will fall by £1.35 from £10.95 to £9.60. Sound's like an absolute win! And now, after writing this, I. Am. Starving.