Who says people should have all the fun? Isn’t it time that our furry friends get to enjoy cafe life too. We’ve just discovered the awesome Platform Eighty Two cafe that offers the coolest doggycinos, served in a designer doggie bowl.

Platform Eight Two, situated in Sydney’s Concord West, has been a locals’ favourite for almost 5 years now. It’s famed for its crazily over-the-top but scrumptious food platters. But the latest addition to its menu gets first prize from us.

Doggone Good Doggycino

The cafe recently shared a pic of the woofin’-amazing version of their Doggycino served in a Campos dog bowl (only the best for our pooches, of course)….and the internet went wild.

Most pet owners know that dogs can’t eat human chocolate so before they had the pet police bashing down their door, they did add a disclaimer that the treat was made with carob chocolate and dog milk replacer.

The post had thousands of excited doggie owners commenting on the cinos.

“Yay just what everyone wants.. a restaurant that makes dog treats and your food at the same time”, said one.

Others madly tagged their mates asking if they were keen to “take the dogs for a coffee?”

“Can we go on a cute doggie date with our fur babies?”

Spectacular Platters

So while your four-legged friend is sucking down their cino, you can feast on one of Cafe Eight Two’s signature platters.

I’m keen to try the golden crumpet french toast – it seriously is on another level of pure decadence.


There are also heaps of savoury platters and some cultural combos such as the half Middle Eastern and half Mexican platter.

The six most popular platters at the cafe are:

  • World Famous Breakfast Platter
  • American Platter
  • Lunch Platter
  • Mexican Platter
  • Middle Eastern Platter
  • Vegan / Vegetarian Platter



So we will definitely be visiting this cafe regularly, and of course bring our dog to enjoy his doggycino too.

Would your pet like a doggycino? Do you have a favourite pet-friendly cafe? Tell us in the comments below.

  • Aww cute as.


  • Possibly at our local cafe would be nice to give our little pup a doggycinno


  • Love the cute way they are presented too.


  • Those platters look pretty impressive.


  • This is strange….I wouldn’t take my dog here if I had one. Do the dogs really care? I think maybe not. I do see it working in affluent suburbs where image is important to let owners though..


  • the platters look so amazing iam impressed


  • The beautiful creation of foods.


  • European marketing has come to Australia – I personally would pass on this big time.


  • Oh my those platters look amazing, I don’t have a dog but if I did it take them there.


  • Looks like just another marketing ploy. Next.


  • Um, sorry but I draw the line at taking my dog to a cafe. Whilst he is part of the family, we don’t indulge in such things.


  • I wouldn’t go to a cafe that has dogs (or pets) other than service animals in it


  • LOL a dog doesn’t care what you serve them they just like food. As someone else said it’s just a way to make money.


  • What next, bring the cat? I really don’t think the dogs care about it, just cute for humans, anything to make more money.

    • Interesting you mentioned a cat. I know a child with a medical condition who has a Companion Cat which does the same as some Service / Assistance dogs do.


  • The human food looks pretty yum.

    • I agree – the other food looks quite delicious and tempting.


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