A Chengdu hotpot restaurant that hosted British Prime Minister David Cameron during his stay in China is now offering an 888-yuan (145 USD) set meal including all the dishes he ordered on Wednesday, allowing you to experience for yourself the same flavors of coriander-mixed meatballs that Cameron indulged in that very day and to vicariously bask in the smug satisfaction of knowing you just pushed forward a £45m pig semen deal.
Local reports say that the waitress named Cao Jing who served Cameron in the restaurant at the Century City New International Convention & Exhibition Center has also become popular, and will serve diners who pay an extra 1,000 yuan, reciting tales about ‘how Cameron enjoyed the hotpot’ as additional service, according to Shanghai Daily.
The room that the Prime Minister and his entourage ate in has been named “Cameron” by proprietors, Cao said.
They ordered the “two-flavored” hotpot soup, and selected many vegetarian dishes. “It seems that coriander-mixed meatballs was the favorite dish for Cameron,” said Cao. He also enjoyed the spicy food, Cao added.
During his three-day visit, Cameron also played table tennis with some kids at a school in Chengdu, which is now probably a national landmark.
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