The food truck business hasn’t slowed down at all, proving to be one of the quickest and most delicious ways to experience a meal when you’re on the go. Apparently, the appeal doesn’t only apply to humans. Birds are becoming the next demographic targeted by the growing industry—after all who doesn’t have to eat on the fly? Fred & Friends has made it possible for our fine feathered friends to enjoy their meals like the rest of us: queuing up, staring over the shoulder of the customer in front of you, and waiting for a shot at food made out of a tiny kitchen.
This adorable ceramic Cheep Eats bird feeder looks just like a food truck, only much cleaner and much smaller. Birds can line up to get their grub on. The steel tray on the side allows them to sit down for a snack, making the whole thing even more hilarious, as it look like they’re peeking their little heads into the ordering window.
Designed by Carl Mitsch, who has made other popular Fred & Friends products like Abominable Ice and Pick Your Nose Cups, Mitsch knows fun, and his creations always add happy, funny twists to product design.
Imagine hanging a bunch of these outside your window and watching the birdy lunch rush firsthand. What exactly would a menu for a bird taco truck include? Perhaps savory dishes like chirpy chilaquiles and earthworm tamales? Maybe with a side of seeded salsa? Whoever’s cooking in that tiny feeder truck has their work cut out for them.
Would you hang this taco truck feeder in your yard? Let us know in the comments!
IMAGE: Fred & Friends