Claiming to be the "home of the ballin' gourmet," the menu features "Lil Kimchi" and "Snoop Doggy Corndogs — 4 fresh fried corndoggs that ain't leavin til six in the mornin. So what you wanna do?"
Creative Loafing Atlanta points out that the restaurant is probably a joke, since the site is owned by social media agency Baby Robot Industries. But really, somebody should get on this (and make the Lil Kimchi cheaper — $10 for a serving?)
Head over to the hilarious site for more menu puns, including a shoutout to the old school: Salt N Pepa Crusted Tilapia.
UPDATE: Grub Street has an email from Baby Robot Industries confirming that the restaurant is indeed fake. Sad.
"A fun joke that has gone out of control!... A few of us from Baby Robot built the site on a lark after leaving a (beer soaked) meeting with a bar napkin full of rap puns," a representative wrote to them. "It sat dormant for almost a year, then all of the sudden it is all over the place. Who knows, maybe Ludacris will come along and invest some of these... "
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