Piri-piri chicken is allllllll the rage in Hong Kong. It seems that the city’s hungry hordes simply can’t get enough of this Portuguese-style chicken, and Flaming Frango is here to help. Diners are heading to the Staunton Street hotspot in Soho en masse to indulge in a wide range of piri-piri chicken delights, wraps and fajitas, plus several non-chicken items including piri-piri prawns, halloumi, portobello strips and plenty more. Book ahead to see what Flaming Frango has in store!
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Fantastic food! Closest thing to nandos you can get in hong kong. Service is great too... And the best part is all their chicken is halal.
Great good and service last night! Love the chicken wings and love the salmon. Also the salad was amazing and very generous portions.
Great food, good service and would come back again. The food was served quickly and the taste was amazing. Was a great experience and would highly recommend.
The granddaddy of Portuguese-style chicken, of course is Nandos, and the team at Flaming Frangos on Staunton Street are well acquainted with the international behemoth’s angle. So what does Flaming Frango bring to the table? Well, aside from the traditional fripperies that come with the territory, the restaurant is serving up excellent salmon, steaks and well as savoury jams which add an interesting dimension to proceedings. All dishes come served with bottles of flaming hot stuff and a mint and coriander sauce to season your chicken as you please.
This Soho eatery leaves prospective diners in no doubt that they’re in for a spicy ride when they visit the Flaming Frangos dining room. The room is red throughout, and each table is sparsely decorated, primarily with the restaurant’s short menu. Choose on-the-bone chicken and get delicious piri-piri marinated chicken served with chargrilled seasonal vegetables and order a signature cocktail to cool the fire. Head there over the weekend and find a party atmosphere that’ll encourage you to order at least one or two more once the food is cleared.