Aardvark is said to available as a pizza topping at Indian Accent in Kilmarnock, and is being sold for between $8.46 and $14.96.
Pizza toppings, like religion and politics, divide people. To some, Caramelized Pear and Gorgonzola Pizza is a beau ideal, to others, it is the trivial choice of a ho-hum human. At the far end of the scale, some individuals love nothing more than a succulent bit of pineapple on their pizza, whilst others think placing fruit on pizza is like putting a Kangol on a dog (wrong and useless). But presumptively none of us quite know where we stand on aardvark pizza, which has a restaurant in Scotland in the hot seat.
43-year-old Anser Anton, head chef, said on Wednesday he ‘wanted to bring unique flavors to the people’, however, later yesterday the East Ayrshire Council said it was investigating the eatery. A woman wearing a hair net and a white coat was spotted in the restaurant at around 3pm and a customer noted the woman told employees she was an inspector. The wolf-eared customer too alleges to have overheard workers denying that there was authentic aardvark on the pizza.
”It was really bizarre,” said the customer. ”A woman in a white coat and a hair net said she was an inspector and wanted more information on the aardvark pizza. ‘She said she needed to know where it was from and if they had documentation. ‘The staff member was saying it was only called an aardvark pizza, there wasn’t actually aardvark in it. ‘He said it was just spicy mince, chicken and lamb.” A spokesperson said: “Officers will be fully investigating this matter to ensure that the restaurant owner is complying with all relevant legislation.”
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