A diehard Pakistani Game of Thrones fan, he says it is a “treat” to visit the bistro propelled by the hit American TV arrangement in suburbia of Islamabad. The eatery, relevantly named King’s Landing, was propelled in January by four school companions who were astounded to see fans coming in with their families, in spite of the occasionally exceptionally vicious and express nature of the arrangement.
Abbas, on vacation from eastern Lahore, is encompassed by heraldic standards, mythical beast eggs and a menu that elements tributes, for example, ‘Cersei’s Vanilla Poison’ – a toast to the shrewd sovereign of Westeros. In the mean time in a bar like storm cellar, a screen shows violent, blood-recolored battle scenes and post-mortem examinations. Abbas says he is excited to see it all “with my own eyes”.
“I’m here in the midst of some recreation so when I came to think about this bistro, so I suspected that I should visit it since I’ve been following the show since the very begin … it’s an awesome affair,” he told AFP. The dream medieval adventure created by US link organize HBO advises the battle of a few families to vanquish the “Iron Throne”