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Wu-Tang Members Love This Vegan Restaurant

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Maybe they should put out an “Enter the Vegan Restaurant” album.

Metro Times reports that infamous rappers and Wu-Tang members RZA and Ghostface Killah stopped in to one of their favourite vegan restaurants. The owners of Detroit Vegan Soul were happy to pose with the boys, and serve them up some of their best animal-free dishes.

wu-tangRZA, owner Kirsten Ussery Boyd, owner Erika Boyd, and Ghostface Killah.  Photo from Metro News. 

RZA took to social media to boast that the duo love the restuarant’s “catfish” tofu. The dish features cornmeal battered tofu, served with a broccoli and corn medley, redskin potatoes, and onions on the side. With other offerings like seitan pepper steak, and a soul platter stuffed with mac and cheese, collard greens, yams, and cornbread muffins on the menu, it’s no surprise they’ve found themselves a famous following.

Even if you can’t rap (guilty), chances are you’ll love this place. The brand is currently planning expansion to meet their demand, opening a second location in Detroit’s Grandmont-Rosedale area, BLAC Detroit reports. Doors won’t open until late this year, with a December soft opening predicted, but who knows who you’ll end up getting a table next to. Just try to keep your cool.

Cover Photo from BLAC Detroit

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