Just when I was getting over what happened at Happy Seven Chinese restaurant in Toronto, news of some more mystery meat activity comes to light. This time the animal may not be as objectionable, but one has to think what were the circumstances that led to this grizzly event.
The China King restaurant in Hamburg, NY, was closed down when health inspectors found employees butchering a dead deer in the kitchen. While Bambi may not be a bad substitute meat in beef fried rice, we wonder what other kind of road kill was scraped of the pavement, dragged into this restaurant, butchered and stir-fried.
Butchering in restaurants is prohibited by NY state health laws. Supposedly there is no indication that Rudolf, Prancer, and Dancer were served to customers, but who knows what China King’s intentions were. The Health Department was tipped off that a dead deer was in the resteraunt and arrived before the butchering was complete leaving no time for the culprits to follow through with their plan.