Lion Meat Responds to Roar

Lion Meat Responds to Roar

Food & Drink

Lion Meat Responds to Roar


By Cari Martens

Here’s one for the true carnivores among us. A restaurant in Philadelphia has taken lion off the menu after a trial six-week period. The South Philadelphia Tap Room had been getting the meat from a federally licensed farm that raises the animals specifically for human consumption. However, Chef Michael Zulli pulled the meat from the menu after complaints came in from the public. The restaurant continues to serve exotic meats such as ostrich and bear.

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