As the cold weather sets in, Nando’s is firing up its menu with two fiery additions which can both be made vegan by skipping the mayonnaise…
Nando’s vegan menu is expanding as not one but two new vegetarian options are launching on the menu today.
The cheeky chicken shop might not be the most vegan-friendly of restaurant chains, but if you’re heading along with friends and family you’ll now find two tasty additions to the menu than can easily be made vegan by asking to skip the mayonnaise.
The current menu is limited when it comes to vegan options, with the only items listed on the menu as suitable being salad, peri-salted chips, garlic bread and humous. For main meals, vegans are limited to the Veggie Pitta and the spicy soya and tomato burger, but again you need to specify “no mayonnaise” when ordering. If you’ve got room for dessert then the vegan option is a delicious mango sorbet to combat the heat from the peri-peri sauce.
The two new vegetarian burgers are the Sweet Potato & Butternut Burger, which is packed full of the good stuff like sweet potato, butternut, red pepper, onion and edamame beans.
There’s also the Supergreen Burger, combining everything from broccoli to edamame beans to kale, veggie fans are in for a treat. Available as a burger, pitta or wrap, these winter-blues banishers are sure to be a hit!
As with previous vegan options, please be sure to specify “no mayonnaise” when ordering to ensure it’s SFV.
Though Nando’s are not a vegetarian restaurant, they do take specific steps to segregate their non-meat products from their meat products by choosing a specific part of the grill for cooking only non-meat product.
They also use separate utensils are always used with non-meat products, and separate bottles of the Nando’s bastes are used exclusively for basting the non-meat products.