What’s hot, powerful and great with water? Nando’s Battersea Power Station.
We’ve arrived. Find us inside the new Battersea Power Station development.
Available for Eat-in and Collect, it’s the perfect place to eat, whatever your plans.
What's transport and parking like?
Whether you’re travelling by car, train, tube, bus or boat, it’s easy to get to Nando’s Battersea Power Station.
The Northern Line goes directly there, while Battersea Park station’s just a 10-minute walk away and Queenstown Road station’s 15 minutes’ walk. You can even ride the River Bus to Battersea Power Station Pier.
Getting the bus? There’s a stop at Pump House Lane serving the 156, 344 and 436 and a stop at Battersea Park/Chelsea Gate serving the 44, 137 and 452.
There's also paid parking in the Battersea Power Station complex if you’re coming by car.
As part of the £9 billion redevelopment of Battersea Power Station in South West London, we’re in good company. We’re right by Apple’s London campus, The Cinema In The Power Station, and shops like Nike, Lego and Lululemon.
Looking for a good view? Take Lift 109 from the Turbine Hall up the north-west chimney and check out the panoramic scenes from the top.
Battersea Pier’s also a six-minute walk away.
Nando’s Battersea Power Station’s interior is fuelled by our heritage. Think handmade Portuguese tiles, a Haywire light fitting from South African furniture designer David Krynauw, and furniture from the Nando’s Portal to Africa design programme.
Bottomless is our thing, so there’s also a Rubro machine and a PERi-PERi sauce pump.
Supporting the local community
We needed Nandocas to make sure we’ve got enough people power for Nando’s Battersea Power Station. So we created 60 jobs for people in the local community, including a few internal transfers.
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