In a Lithuanian restaurant, dogs are served wine for €8
In one of the restaurants in Palanga, Lithuania, there is a menu specifically designed for dogs.
This is reported by TV3.
The prices for food and drinks on this menu are not lower than those for human food. According to representatives of the Floros Simfonija restaurant, the prices are determined by the cost of ingredients.
The restaurant's menu includes white and rosé wine for dogs (non-alcoholic), priced at €8.50 per bottle, "beer" with chicken or mixed flavors (there is also one with beef) for €5, and smoothies, which are more expensive at €7. There is a wider variety of flavors for the smoothies, including rabbit, lamb, and beef. Customers can also order a bacon, apple, and banana tart for their dogs at €4.50, as well as bacon or vanilla muffins for €4. The most expensive item is the "classic" flavor chocolate bar made with beef or chicken, priced at €6.50.
The administration of the restaurant commented that the prices depend on the cost of ingredients and that high-quality food for animals comes at a higher price. They emphasized that their priority is providing quality food, stating, "We have pets ourselves, and we know that taking care of them can be expensive. They are family members who require proper care."
The restaurant's representatives also pointed out that the products they offer cannot be found in pet stores. They mentioned that a glass of wine for humans typically costs around €3 to €3.50 per 100 ml, while 250 ml of wine for dogs costs €8.50, making it the most luxurious treat for pets. They shared that there have been instances when customers ordered dishes from the menu, such as steaks, specifically for their dogs, which cost more than €30. The restaurant always provides water for animals free of charge.
Floros Simfonija highlights that having a menu for animals is a common practice abroad, and they decided to offer this service to their customers. They mentioned that many customers visit the restaurant with their dogs, and currently, all the dishes on the menu are designed for dogs. However, if there is demand for food for other animals, the restaurant will assess it and make appropriate changes.
As previously reported by The Gaze, the animals that gained fame during the war continue to uplift the spirits of Ukrainians on social media and diligently perform their duties. They save people, detect explosives, assist volunteers, and "tell" stories of the war to millions of followers. These animals are rightly called talismanic animals because the war has changed the lives of everyone, including these four-legged heroes.