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Nandos - East London



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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 - East London

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Latitude -33.0189° S 33.0189° S 33° 1' 8.04" -33° 1.134'
Longitude 27.9049° E 27.9049° E 27° 54' 17.64" 27° 54.294'
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Cnr Fleet & Oxford Street
East London
Eastern Cape
South Africa
Phone No.
043 743 0255
If calling from outside South Africa: +27 43 743 0255

Fax No.
043 743 4588
If calling from outside South Africa: +27 43 743 4588

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