Ryan Reynolds‘ with the simple approval of a small Indian restaurant, bookings at the eatery have disappeared from the charts, much to the surprise of the owners who had no idea of the actor’s identity when they served him. Ryan had praised the restaurant for serving “the best Indian food in Europe.” Read also| Johnny Depp had chicken tikka at the Indian restaurant in the UK where he spent more than once? 45 lakh
Ryan was recently in the UK when he took over ownership of National League football club Wrexham AFC. During the visit, he viewed the Indian restaurant, called Light Of India, from his… Instagram Stories on Saturday night. The actor shared a flyer with the curry house, which is located in the town of Chesire, the port of Ellesmere in the UK, and wrote: “Best Indian food in Europe.”
The restaurant bookings skyrocketed immediately after Ryan’s simple but firm approval. It was later revealed that owner Rajia Rahaman and her husband, who were on duty at the restaurant this weekend, cannot remember serving food to the actor and are unsure whether the food was ordered home. Their son Shaa Rahaman revealed that they didn’t hear about Ryan’s visit until the actor posted the review on Instagram.
Shaa, whose family has run the restaurant for three generations since 1980, told The Guardian: “The first time we knew about it was when Ryan posted his review. We asked my parents if he’d been there, but they didn’t know. agree. who he was. We showed them a photo and they couldn’t remember seeing him. So it could be that he or a member of his team ordered and picked up a takeaway. It’s crazy. Too think he says we’re the best in Europe.”Europe is a pretty big place. We are glad he enjoyed his meal. We are fairly well known in the area. Some Wrexham fans may have told him about us.”
Shaa also spoke about the increase in bookings since Ryan’s post and said they’d even like to name a meal after the actor’s famous character, Deadpool. He said, “We’ve been so busy ever since. The phone rings off the hook. It’s great publicity for us. I now want to try and get in touch with Ryan to see if we can name a dish in his honor – maybe the Deadpool masala.”