Manchester - Oxford Road - Elliott Waters Review

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How Helpful?: 
Average: 5 (2 votes)
Number of Visits: 
How Busy?: 
A few tables occupied
Date of Last Visit: 
Wednesday, January 8, 2014
Time of Day: 
Weekday Lunch
4 / 5
Friendliness of Staff: 
4 (Good stuff. Very polite)
Speed of Service: 
4 (5 - 10 mins - Some conversation had begun)
Quality of Food: 
4 (Above average - noticeably tastier than normal)
Decoration & Cleanliness: 
4 (Very clean, newly furnished, impressive artwork and lighting)
Comments - Stand out in our monthly competition! What did you eat? Unique aspects? Parking/transport tips?: 

Nandos Manchester Oxford Road is hidden away from the Main Street, and is adjacent to the side entrance for Manchester Metropolitan University. The main Oxford Road is a short walk away, and the free Metroshuttle no 2 bus stops right outside. Car parking is available at the NCP next door (charges apply).

The restaurant is split in to three sections. You have the front, side booths, and the rear with the centre floor being where the grill, till point and cutlery/drinks are. All parts of the resturaunt are nice places to sit, with no "undesirable" area. Tables are evenly spaced and you don't feel like you're eating with those on the next table. The atmosphere of the resturaunt is good, with the decoration adding to the Nandos experience. Staff were very friendly, to the point where they succeeded in making someone with deep pockets purchase one of the cakes for dessert. The portion sizes were generous and good had plenty of flavour. Could really taste the mango and lime through the burger which is reassuring. A delightful little Nandos that isn't too busy.

Meal - Chicken breast burger Mango and Lime with spicy rice, Water, and Caramel Cheesecake

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