Nando's (Mary Street) - Dublin
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Directions to Nando's (Mary Street)
With a variety of Dublin locations, you can pop in the nearest Nando's outlet wherever you happen to find yourself.
And wherever you find them, Nando's know their way around their signature 'PERi-PERi' flame-grilled chicken, letting you choose how mild - or wild - you want to go with the spiciness of each order.
You'll be pleasantly un-surprised if you've ever visited a Nando's - but if you haven't, in addition to the chicken there's starters, salads, specials, and some welcome Portuguese-style touches with sides and extras.
Still got room? There's also a selection of desserts, including Bottomless Frozen Yogurt (handy if you've gone down the 'Extra-Hot' road). Ask for today's flavour, then refill as often as you want.
When you're dining family style, kids love the 'Nandinos' menu - specially created for the 10-and-under set.
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