So what does a plate full of Leiolepis ngovantrii taste like?
Well, nothing remotely like chicken, Grismer says.
"You wouldn't want to substitute it for a Big Mac or anything like that," he says, and you won't see lizard banh mi showing up on menus anytime soon.
Grismer complained that he had to hold his breath while eating the local dish to appear polite to the restaurant owners.
"You take a bite out of it and it feels like something very old and dead in your mouth," he said.
Looking forward to CFH magic for the next bball season, Georges style.
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