Is your pet your forever date?

Someone (they’re no less than humans, even better actually) you’d take along for everything if possible- swimming, strolls, shopping or even coffee dates?

Then we have found the perfect place for you which not only is animal-friendly but is a stellar addition to Bavdhan’s fast growing culinary scenes. And if you’re into coffee too, this place is tailor-made for you!

Woof Woof!

The Fat Labrador Café’s facade is just like any other cafe but once you rest your eyes in an unhurried manner, you’d surely notice that the dog logo stands out from the crowd! Targeted towards those who want to spend some time with their pet while sipping on delish coffee, The Fat Labrador Café is all about simplicity and uniqueness.

Driven by the love of dogs and coffee, this cafe is dedicated to the owner’s Labra, 11yo Cookie, who clearly has one of the best dog-parents in the history of dog-parents!

For the Taste-buds!

Meant for folks looking for light snacking options, this cafe’s food and beverage menu is short and when they deliver, it’s absolutely to die for.

Masala Omelettes, Chicken Bowl, Pasta Alfredo and Bruschetta, are every foodie’s pick and you can wash it all down with their South Indian and Italian espresso blends which are a must-try! The Vietnamese-style iced coffee has also been under the spotlight for all the right reasons so if you’re tempted to order, we’d say, go for it!

BTW they have a menu for your pets too, so that you don’t have to worry about ‘em chewing on the wrong kinda grub. It is all craftily curated, keeping your pets’ health in mind. And if you’re planning on a birthday celebration for your mutt, this is the place to be.

For the Heart!

The interiors are simple. There is a blue wall dedicated to the photographs of people and their pets and if you have pictures with your fur-babies, they’d be more than happy to feature you there!

With an al fresco seating arrangement too, guests can eat with their pets outdoors and for further ease, there is also another dedicated area, where you can leave your pets under their supervision. They also have another rule- any pet that accompanies its ‘parent’ will get a free treat and honestly, it can’t get any better!

What we’re saying is-

Be it a casual evening stroll or a Sunday morning outing with your pooch, drop by here for the best South-Indian style coffee and omlettes and if you’re not a pet-parent, come and say hello to the others.

Location: Shop 4 A, Business Square, Opposite DSK Ranwara, DSK Ranwara Road, Bavdhan, Pune

Timings: 9:30am – 10pm

Cost: ₹600 for two people (approx.)

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