What you need to know about a new ‘pizza’ in the Yellowstone Park volcano
Yellowstone Park is one of the world’s great tourist destinations, but its volcanic hot spots are a constant source of controversy.
This is partly due to the fact that its most popular tourist attraction is not an active volcano but rather a remote lava chamber.
And while Yellowstone has a reputation for being one of America’s most popular spots for sushi, its volcano sushi menu is proving to be one of its most controversial, as the Japanese restaurant is reportedly offering its guests a “pizza with the ash”.
The restaurant has been making headlines recently after it was accused of serving up “pink slime”, and a new controversy has been brewing after a video of a pizza with “the ash” was released to the internet, prompting complaints that it was inappropriate.
In a video that has been shared more than 100,000 times on social media, a customer named Michael R. told the restaurant’s owner that he wanted to order a “volcano pizza”, but instead he got a pizza that had “a little bit of a pinkish-yellowy taste”.
He’s like, `You know, that’s what we do, we just make pizza that’s kind of like that’,” said R, who added that the “pizzas” were made with “a lot of ash” from the volcano.”
said R. “I said, ‘I’m ordering a pizza, and I want a volcano pizza.'””
He’s like, `You know, that’s what we do, we just make pizza that’s kind of like that’,” said R, who added that the “pizzas” were made with “a lot of ash” from the volcano.
In response, the restaurant apologized and said it had “been making pizza with the volcanic ash” since “the very beginning”.”
I’m sorry, I didn’t know,” said the restaurant, which said it was “looking into the matter” to “restore the customer trust”.””
We just make pizzas with the volcano ash.”
“I’m sorry, I didn’t know,” said the restaurant, which said it was “looking into the matter” to “restore the customer trust”.
“This has caused some friction among customers,” the restaurant added.
“As soon as we receive the video of the pizza, we will take steps to ensure that the customer’s trust is restored.”
In the video, a woman who goes by the name “Nana” claims that she went to the restaurant with a friend to order pizza, but when she arrived, she was shocked to find that the pizza she ordered was not made with ash.
“I looked at it and I’m like, this is really strange, is that a volcano?” she said.
“And then I started crying.”
Nana added that she was also upset about the fact she had to leave with a bag of the pizzas in order to get the food to go to her friend.
“If I’d gotten a volcano and eaten it, it would have been a real big deal,” she said, adding that she wanted to go back.