Nando’s is a South African multinational fast casual chain that specialises in Portuguese flame-grilled peri-peri style chicken. Founded in Johannesburg in 1987, Nando’s operates over 1,200 outlets in 30 countries. Their logo depicts the Rooster of Barcelos, one of Portugal’s most common symbols.


Is Nandos a South African brand?

Nando’s started way back in 1987, when the first restaurant opened in Rosettenville in Johannesburg, South Africa. We’ve come a long way since then, but we’ve never forgotten our humble beginnings. So, to remind us of our roots, all our headings are tilted at an 87 degree angle across all of our designs.

Who owns Nando’s in South Africa?

Business interests. The Enthoven family owns Nando’s casual dining chain, Spier Wine Farm and the Hollard Group of insurance companies. The family has a material ownership stake in the Telesure Group.

What country is Nandos from?

Rosettenville, Johannesburg South

Nando’s / Place founded

Rosettenville is a suburb of Johannesburg, South Africa. It lies to the south of the city centre.

Who owns Nandos?

Nando’s Chickenland Limited

Nando’s / Parent organization






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