British Royal Couple visits Pakistani Pavilion, seems in love with Pakistan
LONDON: The director of a British Asian restaurant that hosted Prince William and Kate Middleton has said that royal couple are "in love with Pakistan" and kept gushing about their recent memorable visit to the South Asian country.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited the restaurant *MyLahore *in Bradford where they were guided by Ishfaq Farooq and his brothers.
The visit by the royal couple to the British Asian restaurant, which takes inspiration from Lahore’s famous foods, came three months after the royal couple’s visit to Pakistan which made headlines in both countries.
The royal couple chose Farooq’s family restaurant due to its brand name and its association with Pakistan’s food capital, and its local fame for serving authentic Pakistani food.
British Pakistani boxer Amir Khan also joined Ishfaq Farooq, his brothers and the staff to welcome the royal couple and their entourage.
During their visit to *MyLahore*, Prince William and Kate enjoyed making mango and *kulfi* milkshakes. The royal couple also met students from Bradford College on a kitchen apprenticeship scheme at the restaurant and attended a meeting with local Muslim women representatives.