The Ras Al Khaimah Municipality announced a temporary halt to the production of the "gorilla burger", which sparked controversy on social media platforms because of the high value of which amounted to 3 thousand dirhams per sandwich, until the results of the food examination by the Food Control Department.
A source in the municipality told "Emirates Today" that the municipality sent a team to "Wawan Musalis" restaurant and took a sample from the gorilla burger to make sure that it conforms to the specifications, as the burger production was temporarily stopped and the restaurant manager was informed of this until the completion of the results of the nutritional examination and ensuring its conformity to the specifications Food and healthy.
And the Department of Economic Development in Ras Al Khaimah began sending a team to the restaurant, "Wawan Mussool" in Ras Al Khaimah to confirm the real price of the "Burger Gorilla" sandwich, which was promoted by the restaurant owner via social media, at a value of 3000 dirhams.
The Department of Economic Development indicated to "Emirates Today" that it is currently checking the bills for purchasing the ingredients that made the burger sandwich and if it matches the price announced on social media by the restaurant owner.
The department added that it had sent a person specializing in meat to ensure that the meat used in making burgers was imported from abroad, expensive and rare, as it was promoted, and that the price of meat was identical to the price of the burger being promoted.
She explained that all purchase invoices that made the burger will be checked and confirmed for the period of matching with the real price declared by the restaurant.