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New café boasts of avian hosts

THE ASIAN AGE
Published : Jun 15, 2017, 4:50 pm IST
Updated : Jun 15, 2017, 4:50 pm IST

Birds at café are not caged but are trained to be hospitable to guests

Birds at the café entertain guests while food is being prepared (Photo: Pixabay)
 Birds at the café entertain guests while food is being prepared (Photo: Pixabay)

Bird lovers look no further! Enjoying your time with your feathered friend just got a whole lot easier. You do not need a trip to some secluded forest or an aviary, a ticket and visa to Pakistan will do just fine! Wondering why? Café Macaw in Bahria Enclave, Islamabad, has now incorporated a set of unusual staff members to entertain guests while the food is being prepared!

Going by their promotional videos, Bahria Enclave which already boasts of having a zoo, aviary and even a water amusement park, the Café Macaw is a welcome addition to the residential complex.

 

 

The birds at the café are not caged or tied; they are trained and are seemingly hospitable to guests. On arrival guests are greeted by the avian beauties and can soon be seen sitting on their shoulders or flocking together on the sofa.

The idea, which is a first of its kind, could soon pick up across the world, like dog or cat cafes.

The birds seem to be quite comfortable with the customers and enjoy the pampering being showered upon them. Lucky guests can also see them shaking a birdy leg to some ongoing tune.

The new café which has created quite a stir in Pakistan may soon find other imitating their idea across the world

 

Tags: travel, birds, food and beverages, pakistan