Prince Williams visits Asian curry house
It was a surprise for an Asian curry house owner in York, when Prince William paid a visit to his restaurant along with 37 friends and colleagues for a party.
Mohammed Nisar, the owner of the Saffron Desi had been expecting a group booking but staff were dumbstruck when the Prince, the second in line to the British throne, and his friends arrived on Wednesday.
"He ordered a bottle of Strongbow (cider). I then told the kitchen that Prince William was here. The customers were going crazy," Nisar told The Daily Telegraph.
The Prince ordered a chicken dish named the Royal Delight but roared with laughter when he spotted one of the huge naan breads being brought to his table.
The Prince is undertaking part of his pilot training at nearby RAF Linton-on-Ouse. The party comprised of RAF colleagues and royal protection officers, the report said.
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