Nando’s Ipoh

our lunch spread

Today, I am sharing food photos with you. 🙂 Had lunch with a group of friends at Nando’s Ipoh. I was really hungry after going for the Ipoh International Run, I could eat a horse. The company was great. Laughed soooo much. Seriously had a really good time last Sunday.

Nando’s Ipoh

our starter: Petisco

Nando’s Ipoh

Cataplana Porto

Actually, I used to hang out at Nando’s KLCC but I don’t travel to KL all that often now, and quite miss the food. Ipoh did not have Nando’s until recently. It opened at AEON Ipoh Station 18 shopping centre in late March, 2012, but I had only been to the mall a few times, when I really had to. It is just too far away from where I live!

Nando’s Ipoh

Cataplana Originale

Nando’s Ipoh

Peri Platter (serves 4)

Anyway, lunch at Nando’s wasn’t something that I would pass up. They have new items on their menu, like the Cataplana and three new sidekicks – green peas, sweet potatoes, and one more item which I have forgotten. 🙂

Nando’s Ipoh

Espetada

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my citrus bliss drink

Nando’s actually originated from South Africa and the style of cooking is African-Portuguese. Everything is spicy. In fact, peri-peri means ‘chili’ in Swahili. I could only take the ‘mild’ level of spiciness or my gastritis would act up. Urgh! I dared not add extra chili sauce to my food. Sad! 🙁

Nando’s Ipoh

chocolate mud pie with ice cream

Nando’s Ipoh

menu

Hhmmm after going through my photos, I realised that I had forgotten to take photos of the new sidelines. Haih… will remember to do that when I go for dinner with my family some time later. I always try to share new discoveries with them. Stay tuned!

Nando’s Ipoh

Nando’s interior

Nando’s Ipoh

Nando’s in Ipoh

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