Nando's is an international casual dining chain originating in South Africa but has become one of the most popular franchises in the UK.
Although items are not marked gluten-free on the menu, from my experience visiting different locations up and down the country, most of the staff are helpful and have a good awareness of allergens and cross-contamination. There is also a very clear allergen book that points out the gluten-free options on offer! My only advice would be to always ask for plain chips as the piri piri salt contains traces of wheat and rye.
Today my boyfriend returned home after graduating from his university in America so I treated him to the full sharer platter, which contained a Whole chicken and 4 regular sides! We chose the fries, corn on the cob and chargrilled veg.
This came to around £21 for the two of us which is an absolute steal for the amount of food we got. Nandos is great for either a takeout, a quick lunch or a sit-down dinner and thus is a safe haven for any gluten-free foodies.
I had taken a picture but my phone glitched and lost the images I'll be sure to upload one when I visit again.