How hot do you like your chicken? Tell us and you could be in with a chance of winning FREE Nando’s for a whole year!


You’re out with your mates, having a laugh, when all of a sudden someone suggests a “Cheeky” Nando’s? What’s your response? Well, you wouldn’t want to wing it and you don’t want to be called a chicken, so you leg it down to the nearest restaurant before it shuts at ten o’cluck…

At The Insurance Emporium, we absolutely love peri-peri chicken. It doesn’t taste fowl and it always does the job when we feel peck-ish. However, there is a great debate where peri-peri is concerned – just how spicy do you like your chicken? Some like it hot, certain people don’t see medium as a tedium, while others prefer to have a good time with mango and lime. We want to know, in fact, we’re so interested in knowing that we’re willing to offer a year’s worth of free Nando’s just to find out. That’s why we’re launching our Scoff It Like It’s Hot! student competition!


All you have to do is fill in your details in the form below, tell us how spicy you like your chicken and you could end up being a peri-peri happy individual!

This competition has now ended. Thank you for entering.

Nando’s origins are as diverse as the spices it uses to flavour its chicken. Originating in Mozambique and brought to the world by Portuguese explorers, the first Nando’s restaurant was opened in Rosettenville, Johannesburg in 1987 by Fernando Duarte and his friend Robert Brozin. The first Nando’s in the UK opened in Ealing in 1992 and it has since gone from strength to strength, boasting over 350 eateries. Today Nando’s is part of our cultural identity and peri-peri can be seen as a way of life!


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