A visit to Australia Zoo is a fun way to spend time with the family.
Unfortunately, one of the attendees had a bad experience after eating a burger that was reportedly very unhealthy.
The user, Simke11, posted a picture of the unhealthy food item on Reddit.
The zoo is run by the Irwin family, which is best known for its TV personality Steve Irwin.
According to Simke11, the food item he had was not good enough.
He noted that the thin yellow layer on the bun looked like it was made from cheese.
Although some people sympathized with the customer’s situation, others thought that he should have known better.
One of the users on Reddit compared the food item to what they get at McDonald’s or Hungry Jack’s.
However, the man responded by saying that the item was far from what he would get at these establishments.
Some people, however, believed that the food item was standard fare for a tourist destination.
They also noted that the zoo should serve more nutritious food items to its customers.
Another user noted that theme parks should follow the same food sanitation guidelines.
The food quality at Australia Zoo is not about the cost. According to the user, he would rather eat at places that serve high-quality food.
Other users on Reddit also shared their thoughts on the food at the zoo.
One user noted that the food at the zoo has always been incredibly expensive and dreadful.
He said that he would warn the other people in advance so that they would know that they would get a better meal after their visit.
The food at the zoo is always disappointing, year after year. Although the Irwin family is responsible for running the zoo, they might not be focused on the quality of the food served at the café.
The facility is home to thousands animals, and it employs over 500 individuals.
In February, Robert Irwin noted that the zoo was struggling due to the declining number of visitors and the Covid pandemic.
He said that the food costs were running at around $80,000 a week. During this time, he said that it was difficult to keep the facility running.