Taylor Swift’s ‘favourite’ Kentish Town kebab shop takes order ahead of Wembley gig

Taylor Swift’s ‘favourite’ Kentish Town kebab shop takes order ahead of Wembley gig

A kebab shop in north-west London says Taylor Swift and her team have pre-ordered a collection ahead of her concert at Wembley Stadium on Friday.

Ahmed Khan, the owner of Kentish Delight, said the order – primarily of chicken kebabs – was enough for up to 15 people, and would cost “about £100”.

The shop has been rumoured as being the pop star’s favourite kebab takeaway in London, and was featured in her music video for her song End Game.

Mr Khan told the BBC: “From Taylor Swift, we get many, many, orders”.

The kebab shop owner said before the pandemic, the singer used to visit regularly when visiting her ex-boyfriend in the area.

“Many times she comes in here and order from us, then she like the food and then they decided to make a music video here – End Game,” he said.

He added that Swift and her team tipped well.

When Mr Khan was asked how he felt about being her “favourite” kebab shop in London, he replied that he was “very happy”.

It comes after a London pub was featured in the title of another Swift song, Black Dog.

The pub, with the same name in Vauxhall, south London, was swamped with fans after the song was released as a bonus track on her recent album The Tortured Poets Department.

https://www.bbc.com/news/articles/cjeevw4wl7zo

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