Isang restaurant sa US, nagki-cater ng canine gourmets

Rahmi Massarweh, owner of Dogue, a restaurant for dogs, stands in front of his restaurant in San Francisco, California on October 5, 2022. – Does your dog like fine dining? Does your pooch like posh nosh? Then one US eatery has just the thing. At Dogue in San Francisco, four-legged friends have their pick of the very best foods available, with a menu designed to please even the most exacting canine palate. (Photo by JOSH EDELSON / AFP)

Isang eatery sa US ang nagki-cater ng canine gourmets para sa mga alagang asong gusto ng “fine dining.”

Sa Dogue sa San Francisco, ang four-legged customers nila ay maaaring mamili mula sa “very best foods” na available, na ang menu ay sadyang dinisenyo para ma-satisfy ang “canine palate.”

Ayon sa namamahala at chef ng Dogue na si Rahmi Massarweh, “During the week, that means an extensive selection of immaculately crafted pastries (from the “pawtisserie,” naturally) washed down with one of three “dogguchinos”—creamy creations infused with spirulina or charcoal. On Sundays, Dogue transforms into the Bone Appetite Cafe, where pup patrons can sample a three-course tasting menu for $75.”

Rahmi Massarweh, owner of Dogue, a restaurant for dogs, helps a canine customer inside his establishment in San Francisco, California on October 5, 2022. – Does your dog like fine dining? Does your pooch like posh nosh? Then one US eatery has just the thing. At Dogue in San Francisco, four-legged friends have their pick of the very best foods available, with a menu designed to please even the most exacting canine palate. (Photo by JOSH EDELSON / AFP)

Dagdag pa niya, “The visual look of something is incredibly important. We do make pastries inspired by some of the finest chefs, some of my favorite chefs in the world. You know, we have the saying, ‘You eat with your eyes first, before you even take a bite.’ And in regards specifically to the dog food, it’s always been a goal to make it look as if I wanted to eat it.”

Ilan sa kanilang canine menu ay ang petit gateau with shredded chicken na may pastured cream, red rose na may kasamang wild antelope heart, at ang golden paste cake na may organic coconut at raw unfiltered honey.

Sinabi ni Massarweh, na isang “classically trained chef” na ang showpiece pastries nila ay maliit na bahagi lamang ng negosyo, “The whole essence of Dogue is fresh whole food for dogs with bespoke menus available for pet parents to take home.”

Pastries are seen in a display case at Dogue, a restaurant for dogs, in San Francisco, California on October 5, 2022. – Does your dog like fine dining? Does your pooch like posh nosh? Then one US eatery has just the thing. At Dogue in San Francisco, four-legged friends have their pick of the very best foods available, with a menu designed to please even the most exacting canine palate. (Photo by JOSH EDELSON / AFP)

Ang Dogue ay inspired ng isang English mastiff na naging alaga ni Massarweh at ng kaniyang asawa noong 2010, na ayaw ng mga store-bought food.

Sa pamamagitan ng kaniyang kaalaman sa pagluluto, ay sinimulan ni Massarweh na gumawa ng small-batch artisanal dishes, gamit ang fresh, seasonal food.

Sinabi pa ni Massarweh, “The new eatery—“dogue” which is French for “mastiff”—is “kind of an homage to my roots in classical French cuisine, and at the same time, a gentle nod and almost a tribute to the dogs, the English mastiffs that my wife and I have and love so much.”

A customer browses products at Dogue, a restaurant for dogs, in San Francisco, California on October 5, 2022. – Does your dog like fine dining? Does your pooch like posh nosh? Then one US eatery has just the thing. At Dogue in San Francisco, four-legged friends have their pick of the very best foods available, with a menu designed to please even the most exacting canine palate. (Photo by JOSH EDELSON / AFP)

Dagdag pa niya, “Dogs are amazing, because what you see is what you get, right? There’s no facade. If they like it (the food), they like it. If they don’t, there’s nothing you can do. They’re not going to eat it.”

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