Clydebank - Ryan Review
Arrived at this Nando's around 12pm - so needless to say it was pretty quiet with just a few tables in use. It's located on the Clyde Shopping Centre retail park, which is home to over 100 oulets, including other eateries and an Empire Cinema. The Nando's is near to Empire, so head there to be closest. There are four hours free parking to be had across most of the car parks, with all day free parking in the Seaforth Road and Multi-Deck car parks. Both Clydebank and Singer train stations are less than half a mile walk away.
On the walk up to this Nando's, there are six tables or so outside. Inside there's a sort of conservatory seating section at the front - but from here the restaurant strecthes right to the back with huge colourful circular discs set up on the ceiling for lighting. There are other large red wicker shades for lighting too. A good selection of seating with lots of four-seater circular tables at the front and many two and four-seater booths twoards the back. Some nice pieces of artwork running down the walls and at the back. Toilets also at the back and very clean with a circular mirror surrounded with wooden pegs.
The food came in 17 minutes. I went for a Fino Pitta and it was delicous. The chicken thigh fillets were cooked just right - very hot, moist and smothered in sauce. The chip portion was a reasonable size and were all hot and crispy.
Staff were fine and did as expected.