An upscale restaurant in Tel Aviv has been accused of deceiving customers in a lawsuit charging the establishment of listing dishes as containing beef in the menu, but presenting unsuspecting diners with pork instead, Arutz Sheva reports.
According to a class-action lawsuit filed by attorney Nataly Swery, the Zepra restaurant on Yigal Alon Street in Tel Aviv regularly served pig meat in dishes advertised as beef. Swery made the discovery after eating at Zepra in February 2013, Arutz Sheva says. Afterwards, a former employee of the restaurant informed her that she had in all likelihood been fed pork, even though the menu clearly specified the item contained beef.
Zepra does not bear kosher certification.
A private investigator was hired to help determine if the pork claim was valid. Indeed it was.