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Nandos - Lambton Square



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Nando's is a casual dining restaurant group originating from South Africa with a Portuguese/Mozambican theme. Founded in 1987, Nando's operates in 34 countries and on five continents. Nando's specializes in chicken dishes with either lemon and herb, medium, hot or extra hot Peri-Peri marinades (properly known as Galinha à Africana). In some countries, Nando's has other flavour options like mango and lime, lemon and herb, or Mediterranean.

Nandos - Lambton Square

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Latitude -26.2389° S 26.2389° S 26° 14' 20.04" -26° 14.334'
Longitude 28.1762° E 28.1762° E 28° 10' 34.32" 28° 10.572'
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Shop 8
Lambton Square
Cnr Webber Rd & Piercy Ave
Germiston
Gauteng
South Africa
Phone No.
011 824 3200
If calling from outside South Africa: +27 11 824 3200

Fax No.
011 824 2310
If calling from outside South Africa: +27 11 824 2310

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On 26 Nov 2010 cindy said:
Ek sal nooit weer by julle nando's in lambton gaan eet nie, kan nie baklei oor die diens nie want daar was geen diens,wag vir 15min vir iemand om ons te help en nog 45min om on kos te kry,ons vat toe maar take -aways .... nog ''n moerse fout"" nee volgende keer as ek gaan inkopies doen sal ek maar eerder 'n pitza of 'n fish en chips kry...diens was power
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