Hotel group gives dogs far more than a bone

Hotel group gives dogs far more than a bone

One of the world’s most famous chefs has created a menu for dogs.

Albert Roux OBE is celebrating Pet Month by redefining the meaning of dogs’ dinner with the introduction of culinary creations for canines.

The permanent additions to the human menu will be served across a number of Inverlochy Castle Management International pet friendly properties, home to Chez Roux and Albert & Michel Roux Jnr restaurants.

From Inverlochy Castle in the Highlands to the Roxburghe Hotel & Golf Course in the Borders, Greywalls in East Lothian and Cromlix in Perthshire, four legged guests can enjoy a selection of salmon, mackerel, spinach and brown rice risotto, turkey and sweet potato stew and meatloaf with chicken jelly.

Roux said: “I designed a menu that would appeal to pet enthusiasts, like myself, which would be available alongside our much-loved restaurant menus.

“Guests like being able to bring their dogs with them so we’re anticipating this being very popular.

“My own dog loves the special menu, so I’m sure many others will have a similar reaction.”

Each item on the dog menu costs £10.50 and can be ordered via room service. 

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