Newcastle - Eldon Square - Elliott Waters Review
Located on two floors, this outlet is quite long and thin, with the majority of seating being available on the first floor. This is reached by a spiral staircase right at the back of the outlet. Tillpoints and cutlery/sauce areas are available on both floors. I was seated on the ground floor, roughly central, by the window. After a short period looking disinterested at the menu, I went to place my order. The order process was quick, and quite slick, with no problems to complain about. The outlet was looking rather clean on this trip, helped by three of the four walls being formed of glass.
After a trip via the cutlery and sauce point, I returned to my table. I didn't have to wait long, before my chicken wings and chips arrived. The 5 chicken wings were very tender, fell off the bone, and were smothered in the mango and lime sauce. Delicious, if not a little messy. The chips were warm, although didn't appear to be piping hot and fluffy like I have had previously. Portion size of the chips was quite generous however, which leads this visit to a scoring of 4 for quality of food. It was only a very quick pit-stop, before heading on the bus back to the shire.
This outlet is located in Eldon Square shopping centre, near the bus interchange, at the exit to the square. Other shops and coffee establishments surround this Nando's, which overlooks the main Eldon Square of Newcastle. It's easilly locatable in the shopping centre, just follow the signs for the bus interchange, you can't miss it. You can reach here by Metro, to Monument station, which is a short walk from Eldon Square, by bus to Eldon Square or Haymarket Bus Interchanges, or you can park in Eldon Square shopping centre itself.