The recent offering of a shish kebab at the Emirates Stadium has left Arsenal fans feeling disgusted. Despite the team’s recent success on the pitch, the stadium concourses have been receiving negative feedback from fans due to the quality of food being served. The kebab, which is served on pitta bread with lettuce, onion, and sauce, costs £8 and has not been well-received by fans. A photo of the kebab was posted on Twitter by Footy Scran, and fans were quick to express their disgust. One fan compared it to dog food, while another called it “suspicious-looking.” Some fans even went as far as to say that Arsenal should lose the league just for serving such a poor-quality kebab.
However, there were a few fans who defended the kebab, stating that it was actually decent despite its appearance in the photo. This is not the first time that Arsenal has come under fire for the quality of food served at the Emirates Stadium. In the past, a portion of chilli and chips was criticized for its eye-watering £13 price tag.
Arsenal is not the only Premier League club to receive criticism for its stadium food offerings. Aston Villa’s chicken burger was labeled “criminal,” while West Ham’s take on the same meal was slammed as “grim.” Perhaps the key to good stadium food is to look further down the football pyramid. A double bacon cheeseburger served at Ashton Town recently went viral for being outstanding.
Overall, it seems that Arsenal fans are not happy with the quality of food being served at the Emirates Stadium. While some fans defend certain items on the menu, there is a general feeling of disappointment among supporters. It remains to be seen whether Arsenal will take steps to improve their stadium food offerings in the future.