The Pizza Express in Woking, south-west of London, was busy on Sunday, despite Prince Andrew using it as an alibi against allegations of sexual assault.
In a BBC interview about his former friend Jeffrey Epstein, the Prince said he didn't remember meeting Virginia Giuffre -- then Virginia Roberts -- and that he couldn't have had sex with her on 10 March as he took his daughter Beatrice to the Pizza Express in Woking that night, before going home.
Ms Giuffre was 17 at the time. The UK's age of consent is 16, but Ms Giuffre claims she was forced to have sex with the Prince. He categorically denies all the claims.
Woking is around 25 miles (40km) outside London.