We’re pushing the boat out with a fifth Nando’s in Belfast – this time in the Titanic Quarter.
We've opened in the newly revamped Odyssey complex, right next to the Odyssey Arena. And that’s just the tip of the iceberg. The Titanic Belfast Museum and Maritime Mile are both within a 15-minute walk, too.
What’s transport and parking like?
There’ll be plenty of paid parking (just cars, no boats), or you can get the Translink Metro or Airport Express to the Arena. The Titanic Quarter train station’s a 10-minute walk away.
Everything will be looking ship shape, too. Like lighting from Ashanti and spiralling ceiling features. There’ll even be a timber wall covered in live plants.
We don’t just care about what we look like, though. It’s important to us that our restaurants have minimal impact on the planet. Nando's Belfast Odyssey will follow the Sustainable Fit-out Guide we’ve introduced.
We’ve created 40 new jobs in the local community
We needed Nandocas to make sure the running of this new restaurant’s plain sailing. So, we created 40 jobs for people in the local community, including a few internal transfers. The roles have been filled for now but look out for new openings down the line.
You’ll find our newest Belfast restaurant in the Titanic Quarter, where the famous ship was built by Harland and Wolff. You can uncover the city’s seafaring past with a walk along the Maritime Mile, developed by Maritime Belfast Trust.
Also in the area is the Titanic Belfast Museum, which tells the story of the Titanic. From idea to construction to...well, you know the rest.
If you’re planning on taking a Game of Thrones tour of the city, it’ll likely set off from here too.
Available for Eat-in and Collect, it’s perfect for grabbing a bite whatever your plans.