Rafaela, Argentina, which long functioned as a sanctuary for Nazi Germans, is getting a bad name thanks to a restaurant called the Honky Donky.
According to the New York Post, patrons can have “Adolf fries,” which properly come with clearly non-kosher bacon, and a 3.5-ounce “Ana Frank burger,” which costs $11 and comes with lettuce, tomato, pickles, and mayonnaise.
It’s unclear why Honky Donky opted to introduce Holocaust-themed snacks when its menu also included delicacies like Benito after Benito Mussolini and ‘Gengis’ after Genghis Khan, according to the Post.
Jewish residents in the area expressed their “deepest rejection and indignation,” and they vowed to sue the business.
The eatery issued an online apology, did away with the Hitler fries, and changed the name of the burger to honor the slain English queen Anne Boleyn.
The restaurant also promised to provide dishes inspired by additional courageous and inspiring historical individuals, including Nelson Mandela, Martin Luther King Jr., and Mahatma Gandhi, according to the Post.
Nazis fleeing justice were given sanctuary in Argentina following World War II.
Nazi Party official Adolf Eichmann was caught by Israeli Mossad agents in Argentina in 1960, brought to Jerusalem for trial, and ultimately executed by hanging.