Bradford - Centenary Square - Elliott Waters Review
I entered the Bradford - Centenary square outlet, and was immediately greeted by a Nandoca, who showed me to a table. The outlet is quite long, and it appears thin as half of the right hand side as you enter takes up the grill and tills, but once you get towards the back, it opens up with more tables on the right hand side, which lead to the toilets. There are a mixture of booths along the middle, and normal tables against the left hand side overlooking the square. In the warmer months, outdoor seating is also provided. Decoration was good, some nice artwork on the walls, and excellent styled lighting.
After a short while with the menu, I went to place my order. Sadly this seemed to take a very long time, as the person in front really didn't understand the menu. However, once they had finished, I was quickly seen too, and my order placed. I had just got back to my table with abundance of cutlery and sauces, and the meal arrived. I ordered a chicken burger lemon and herb with chips and garlic bread. The chicken in the burger was nice and juicy, with plenty of Peri-Peri, with the tomato and lettuce both being of a good standard. The chips were really warm and fluffy inside, with the garlic bread being just right. Shortly after finishing the meal, the Nandoca came straight over and cleared the table, offering desserts, which were declined.
Overall not a bad trip, would recommend this Nando's to anyone in the Bradford/West Yorkshire area and in need of their chicken fix.
This outlet is located on Centenary Square, hence the name, next door to the Wetherspoon pub and a Chinese buffet. The square is in the centre of Bradford, adjacent to the Town Hall, and within close walking distance from Interchange or Forster Square railway stations. Buses are a plenty, but parking is not available nearby.