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Nando's to create 100 new jobs in Dublin

The Portuguese chicken lovers are opening two new restaurants in Blanchardstown and Liffey Valley.

Image: Katie Collins/PA Archive/Press Association Images

NANDO’S IS TO expand its Irish presence next month with the opening of two new restaurants in Dublin.

Announcing the establishment of eateries at Blanchardstown and Liffey Valley shopping centres, the Portuguese chicken specialists said they will be creating 100 new jobs.

Once the doors open on 14 November and 21 November respectively, Nando’s will have seven restaurants in Ireland and two in Northern Ireland. Its workforce will exceed 380 people.

“The addition of 100 new full and part-time jobs demonstrates our commitment to Ireland and represents good news for Nando’s and the local communities we serve,” said managing director Alan Snyman.

Originally set up in a small suburb of Johannesburg, South Africa in 1987, Nandos has since grown to have over 850 restaurants in 34 countries worldwide.

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