Want To Cook Up Some Spicy New Tunes? Nando’s Now Have A Music Studio!


Is your love for chicken strong enough to hen a song? Sorry, I mean ‘pen’ a song…

UK Chicken giant Nando’s opened a brand new recording studio in the Frith Street, Soho branch of their London restaurants. The new development comes complete with an in-house studio engineer, Ableton Live, Pioneer CDJ-2000s, a Pioneer DJM-850 mixer and more, including a Neumann U87 microphone.

Music isn’t a new venture for the chicken giants; Nando’s have entered their fourth year of the Nando’s Music Exchange programme, which encourages and inspires the exchange of global music influences, through workshops, mentoring and explosive events.


As part of this programme, Ella Eyre and Stormzy have both mentored young artists and the new studio is set to host lots of new music workshops this year.

You won’t have to pay to use the studio, and diners will be able to view into the studio through glass doors. There will be lots of regular workshops for musicians on how to use the equipment, whether you’re a beginner or a bit of an expert when it comes to music.

Some artists have already used the studio, posting their experience on Twitter:

If you’re interested in using the studio space, apply here!

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