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Enjoy Dinner By Doggy Bowl in England

Entertainment | Gabe Zaldivar | July 31, 2015

Enjoy Dinner By Doggy Bowl in England

Image via Twitter

You might be so hungry that you could eat a horse, but in England you can eat like a dog.

Mashable’s Sam Haysom reports on a peculiar practice around England that has at least one pub serving delectable eats in the fancy dinnerware that is dog bowls. We would go ahead and suggest that you refrain from dropping the dish on the ground and noshing on all fours. Well, we leave that up to you and your respective blood alcohol content.

Haysom spotted the above image, which was originally posted by Twitter user Zoe Carrington:

An otherwise inviting gut bomb of chips, bangers and beans gets a rather interesting twist with delivery via doggy bowl.

Somehow we are less inclined to dig right in, but that doesn’t seem to be the case for patrons who gobble it all up.

The image was retweeted by Twitter’s We Want Plates, which informed the masses that this dish was being served at Varsity Warwick In Coventry, the menu of which will send you immediately into a food coma.

According to Haysom, The Dog's Dinner is an efficient meal for travelers, running just £4.29 for the pooch platter.

As Mashable points out, We Want Plates—which is dedicated to “Crusading against serving food on bits of wood and roof tiles, jam-jar drinks and chips in mugs”­—happily shows off similar meals across the nation.

Here are some images of other restaurants that ditch the usual plate for the more unusual dish:

Literally shoveling your food into your mouth is now a thing.

We rather enjoy when chefs play around with random food combinations, peppering our buds with enticing and exotic tastes.

We have to say it’s fun to see that play out with the platters being used at various pubs and restaurants.

As long as they don’t start putting dog biscuits in the dishes, we are all good.

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