Attention all dog lovers we have some exciting news to share. Yesterday a special menu was launched at Centennial Park with guests including Nikki Phillips and Dane Rumble along with plenty of four legged cuties.
Bone Appetit – first Australian doggy degustation menu arrives in Sydney, and dogs dine in for free. Lucky pooches can dine on healthy canine cuisine on the June brunch menu at Centennial Homestead and Queens Park Shed.
Sydney dogs can enjoy their very own brunch with their owners and fellow paw pals, thanks to an innovative dog food company.
Pet nutrition company, K9 Natural, has teamed up with Sydney’s Centennial Homestead café, and its sister venue, Queens Park Shed, to create the city’s first dog friendly degustation menu. Aptly named Bone Appetit, the dog menu will be available when café patrons dine in or takeaway from both venues.
Over the four weekends, visitors are invited to bring their dogs along to the two venues, and receive a complimentary dine in or takeaway meal from the bespoke doggy menu.
On offer for our furry friends:
Beef Feast; grass-fed beef with eggs, kelp, flaxseed, fruit and vegetables, New Zealand green lipped mussel
Lamb Feast; grass-fed lamb with eggs, kelp, flaxseed, fruit and vegetables, New Zealand green lipped mussel
Lamb Green Tripe Super Food; 100% grass-fed lamb green tripe packed with protein and healthy prebiotics & probiotics
K9 Natural is made fresh in New Zealand with sustainable free-range and grass-fed meat. Packed with fresh wholefood ingredients, selected vitamins and minerals and naturally free from grain, gluten and artificial preservatives.