And now you can have aardvark, as one Scottish restaurant is taking pizza toppings to a whole new level.
The restaurant behind the creation, called Indian Accent, could be the first to add the long-snouted creature as a pizza topping.
Aardvarks are nocturnal mammals native to Africa and their closest relatives are elephant shrews.
According to the menu, the ‘Spicy Aardvark’ is accompanied by green chillies, lamb mince and spicy chicken – not for the faint-hearted it would seem.
Diners of the Kilmarnock restaurant can try the unusual pizza for between £6.50 and £11.50.
Head chef Anser Anton, 43, told the Daily Record he wanted to add the rare ingredient because he wanted to show local residents something different.
He told the news site: ‘I wanted to bring unique flavours to the people of Kilmarnock and bring out the different flavours.
‘We could be the first in Scotland with an aardvark pizza, I’m not sure. It’s certainly pretty rare.’
The exectutive chef was born in India and comes from a family of chefs and bakers and developed his cooking style in Dubai.
Amused locals took to social media to comment on the bizarre pizza with some calling it ‘disgusting’.
One joked: ‘Aardvark is a staple of the Kilmarnock diet,’ while another said: ‘It’s immoral… why eat aardvark.’