One of Chicago’s most famous pizzerias has slammed Netflix’s “Emily in Paris” for taking a jab at their business amid COVID-19.

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A scene in an early episode of the series sees the titular character, played by Lily Collins, comparing Lou Malnati’s signature deep-dish pizza to “a quiche made of cement.”

Lou Malnati’s owner Marc Malnati shared an angry statement on Wednesday, blasting the show for taking a shot at their business at a time when many restaurants all over are struggling.

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Malnati wrote on Instagram, “We’ve been serving Chicago’s favorite Deep Dish since 1971. When Netflix’ ‘Emily in Paris’ writers chose to take a shot at Chicagoans and our pizza to try to get a laugh, it felt heartless and not humorous in the midst of Covid-19.”

A post on the restaurant’s Twitter page shows Collins sitting outside a Parisian café with a slice of Lou Malnati’s pizza Photoshopped onto her plate.

The cheeky caption reads:

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