Hounslow - Ryan Review
Stopped into Hounslow on my way back t'up North in the early afternoon. If you want to be able to go to a supermarket representing any nationality or culture... then Hounslow is definitely the place to go!
This Nando's is on the High Street about 1 mile walk away from Hounslow train station and just a few minutes walk from Hounslow East tube station. There are plenty of car parks dotted all around all ranging slightly in price and opening hours. I ended parking at the Treaty Centre which happened to be about 10 minutes walk away and was priced at £1/1hr, £2.20/2hrs, £3.40/3hrs, £4.60/4hrs.
As you enter this Nando's, there are seats to your left including four good-sized booths, with a big circular booth in the corner. Tables/chairs make up the other 15 tables or so in the front section and either side of a separating block of some antlers/branches. Above the booths are some circular paintings looking like they're decorative plates...
Towards the back past the drinks/sauces is a further seating section with a couple of extra booths and some bigger/longer tables as well. Some cooper orbs for light shades and others painted black along with a few extra paintings on the very back wall. Toilets are downstairs and are standard with a big mirror above the sinks.
It was pretty quiet with just a couple tables in use, so the food came in UNDER two minutes, just as I was sitting back down after getting my cutlery. I had the chicken fillet burger and chips. The chicken was an average size - not quite covering the bun and not particularly thick, but it was very juicy and smothered in sauce and had big chunks of lettuce and tomato. The chips were very hot and crispy and in abundance!
Staff were polite enough but doing just as expected.