Wimbledon - Elliott Waters Review
Entered the outlet, and wasn't too impressed at first. I was pointed to the main seating area (which is to the right as you enter, and contains 12 tables) by the Nandoca behind the till. After selecting a table, Number 8, I was given a menu which I pondered for a short while. After deciding to be daring and go hot, I went to the till to order.
The ordering process was quite simple, although the Nandoca appeared suprised that I didn't want to redeem one of my four rewards. Order placed, I visited the cutlery point. Their drinks machine is different to other outlets, being one nozzle for all the soft drinks.
Meal arrived after a very short wait, just over 5 minutes from ordering, and I was impressed by the sheer size of the meal. I ordered a chicken burger hot, with chips and salad. The bun was soft but crisp, the chicken was doused in hot sauce and piping hot. The portion of chips was huge, took up most of the plate, with an extremely large portion of salad to go with it! It was delicious, and took quite some time to gobble up!
The outlet is located on two floors. The ground, containing 12 tables, the grill, and till, is very clean, open, and Nando's through and through. The upper level, reached by stairs to the left of the entrance, is the same size, contains a till, the toilets, and a larger seating area. The wall overlooking the Main Street is all glass, and quite panoramic!
Overall a good trip, would come here again! Easy to reach, as Wimbledon station isn't far, offering connections to South West Trains at Waterloo, Trams to Croydon, District line, and buses.