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Grant Shapps, the Conservative party chairman, who is known to 'dine' with contacts at Nando's, recently admitted he would love to be on the list for a black card.
Ed Sheeran, the singer, has posted an online picture of his, and boxer David Haye has posed with his, further pretty conclusive evidence that they exist. If it does exist, I’d like one.” Of course, this is all very clever marketing.
Instead, Meier suggests sticking to talking about your match's background or interests at first by asking where they're from, what they do at the weekend, and where they go out in their neighbourhood.
A bit more upmarket than Mc Donald’s but less chi-chi than Pizza Express. It serves a perfectly decent chicken leg, with side order of fries and coleslaw, for £7.20.
The restaurant, famous for its Portuguese-style chicken dishes and trademark sauces, has been offering take-aways for some time, but has now teamed up with Deliveroo so that customers can enjoy meals and snacks without leaving their home.
Swathes of people took to social media to praise the new service, calling it a “game-changer”.
It is hugely popular among young black Britons, and about 50 of its 333 restaurants in the UK are Halal, helping to win over Muslims diners.
The ambulance, police, fire services, along with serving Army, Navy, RAF and NHS workers all enjoy a 20 per cent discount if they flash their credentials.
But what you may not realise is that Nando’s is also one of the most successful cults in Britain, one that makes the 17th-century Ranters and Diggers appear rank amateurs.