This cafe has 14 puppies of 11 different breeds and a trainer who formerly worked with dogs in the army trains all of them in-house.
The dog play area and food area are completely separated; Puppy Cubby has a big focus on hygiene – dog fur won’t be flying into your mini’s snacks and the dogs won’t get sick from sneaking customers’ café food.
This separation also allows customers to have a more relaxed experience with the dogs without having to worry about their food and drinks, and also allows guests to chill in the café without having to interact with the dogs if they prefer.
In terms of the menu itself, the café has a line-up of mainly drinks and desserts. New Zealand cream is used in all of its desserts, which are Japanese-inspired (think matcha soft serve ice cream and fruity parfaits). Belgian waffle pops arrive served on a stick and with a side of cream and fresh fruits. Apart from its sweet offerings, the café has one savoury option on its menu right now: a Parmesan cheese hot dog, which is served with ketchup, mustard and gooey melted cheese.