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Muttley menu inspires cafe

Posted by: Paul Entwistle | 11 June, 2012 - 7:01 AM
The Burns Beach Cafe has happily let their menu go to the dogs.

One northern suburbs cafe has done away with the need for a doggie bag by putting canine cuisine on the menu for mans best friend. Steve Mills spoke to Dion Blake form the Burns Beach Cafe about why he is letting his menu go to the dogs.

Blog comments Your Say

  • Good grief, while children grub through rubbish tips looking for something to eat or scrounge to eke out a meagre existance, we sit DOGS at tables and WAIT on them!!??
    The best way to be a dog's best friend, is to treat it with the dignity and respect due to a dog.
    I bet there's a lot of fools getting up with the fleas these days... along with the ticks, the worms and gastro'.

    Dellas Monday 11 June, 2012 - 3:56 PM

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