Nando’s KSA home delivery a big hit with football-mad families watching FIFA World Cup in Riyadh
Full menu of Nando’s famous Afro-Portuguese style dishes available for delivery - direct to customers’ homes
With the on-field action heating up at the FIFA World Cup, Nando’s is proving to be the perfect food for football-loving friends and their families watching the big game at home in Riyadh.
A team of delivery drivers have been dropping off its famous PERi-PERi chicken and other favourites to households across the Saudi capital faster than speedy French striker Kylian Mbappé.
Demand has been so high for the restaurant chain’s tasty Afro-Portuguese style chicken dishes during the games, their Nandocas have been working into extra time to make sure every order goes out perfectly.
Nando’s food is available to order from leading food delivery websites Hunger Station, Talabat and UBER Eats, with drivers serving customers across Riyadh City and the capital’s suburbs.
With quick delivery times and Nando’s great taste and superb quality guaranteed with each order, your favourite meal is never far away.
Dishes such as the flame-grilled PERi-PERi chicken, classic chicken Caesar wrap, the chicken wing platter and butterfly chicken are perfect for an evening with friends in front of the TV watching the world’s best players.
Nojoud Fahad, who lives in Riyadh, said: “The timing of the World Cup matches being played in Russia has been perfect for gathering friends and family to watch the games.
“I’ve watched all of the games at home, and I’ve ordered from Nando’s each time. It’s so fast and so easy.
“Nando’s is one of my favourite restaurants, but I don’t want to leave home and risk missing any of the action, so being able to have my favourite dishes delivered straight to my door in time for kick off has been fantastic.
“Saudi may no longer be playing at the World Cup, but I’m looking forward to lots more exciting games to come, and lots more delicious food deliveries from Nando’s.”
Nando’s currently serves customers seven days a week at three popular family restaurants in Riyadh, with plans to increase the number of branches to six by the end of next year.