Taylor Swift’s ‘favorite’ London kebab shop shares singer’s order before show

Taylor Swift has brought her “Eras Tour” to London and isn't skipping out on her favorite bites.

Kentish Delight, a kebab shop in North London, told the BBC that Swift and her team ordered from the restaurant just before she performed at Wembley Stadium on June 21.

The shop is rumored to be her “favorite” kebab spot in the city, per the outlet, and the same restaurant that she visited in her “End Game” music video.

“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,” Ahmed Khan, owner of the restaurant, told the BBC.

As for what Swift and her team ordered on the night of her concert, Khan said they mainly bought chicken kebabs that added up to “about £100.”

While Swift was getting ready for her concert, the official X account for the royal family posted a video of the British Army performing a rendition of Swift's "Shake It Off" during the June 21 Changing the Guard at Buckingham Palace.

"Can’t stop, won’t stop groovin'," the royal family said in a post on X with the video.

The London Zoo also commemorated Swift's arrival in the city on Instagram with three throwback photos from when the singer visited the zoo in 2012.

"A different Era at London Zoo," the London Zoo wrote in the caption. "She visited us in 2012, and now she’s back in London for the biggest tour of all time."

The zoo added that Swifties with an "Eras Tour" ticket can get 25% off a walk-up day ticket to the zoo June 21-30, before inviting Swift back herself.

“Whenever you’d like to make your next visit @taylorswift & @taylornation, we’re ready for it,” the zoo said.

Swift, 34, previously visited the Sydney Zoo two days in a row while she performed her "Eras Tour" in Australia's largest city. She was spotted one day with boyfriend Travis Kelce and talked about visiting with her opening act, Sabrina Carpenter, during an onstage duet.

“We’ve been 100% of our days off,” Swift said while sitting next to Carpenter, based on a video from the concert. “I’m really all about the red panda. I think you guys don’t understand how cool kangaroos are because you have so many. They are so cool, so strong. So bouncy.”

Swift is scheduled to play eight shows at London's Wembley Stadium, which has a 90,000-person capacity, in June and August. She most recently wrapped up stops across the United Kingdom, including Cardiff, Liverpool and Edinburgh.

During her 100th "Eras Tour" performance in Liverpool, the singer confirmed the tour would end in December.

“This is the very first time I’ve ever acknowledged to myself and admitted that this tour is going to end in December,” she said.

This article was originally published on TODAY.com