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The Best Dog Friendly Restaurants in London

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The Best Dog Friendly Restaurants in London

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Looking for dog friendly restaurants in London? We’ve got you covered. The days of struggling to find a delicious meal whilst your four-legged friend is in tow are finally behind you. These are the very best restaurants in London where the staff will be just as excited to see you as your fluffy companion…

South Place Hotel

South Place Hotel

This spring South Place Hotel re-launches its dog-friendly afternoon tea, run in collaboration with Radley – the brand known for its signature Scottie dog motif. Taking place in the hotel’s beautiful Secret Garden, the experience will include a bespoke menu for pooches from artisanal dog brand The Barking Bakery: freshly baked cheese biscuits followed by iced ‘woofins’ topped with yoghurt frosting. Humans, meanwhile, can enjoy a selection of classic British sandwiches alongside Nelson Barros’ floral-infused menu. Select Saturdays throughout March and April. £55 for afternoon tea for you and your dog. Book at

Sloane Place

Sloane Place

With a CV that includes The Savoy, Bernhard Mayer may just be up to the task of creating the ultimate dog treat. Made with dog-friendly peanut butter, salmon, carrots, cinnamon and garlic, the cookie will no doubt be popular with furry friends – and it’s for a good cause, with funds going to animal welfare charity Mayhew. Humans, meanwhile, can tuck into brunch dishes including avocado benedict with spinach and harissa hollandaise sauce, coconut bircher muesli and an array of healthy smoothies.

40 Dean Street

40 Dean Street

Combine your love of pasta and pooches with a trip to Soho’s cosy Italian eatery 40 Dean Street. The buzzing family-run restaurant has been satisfying Italian-esque taste buds across London for over 17 years, serving up the likes of creamy burrata and seafood linguine whilst welcoming pups to join in with the indulgent fun. For those (and we mean humans) who adore truffle, the gnocchi with porcini mushrooms and smoked mozzarella is a must, infused with copious amounts of delicious truffle oil, perfect for dipping bread into. But the pièce de résistance has to be the pistachio tiramisu – light and airy, yet simultaneously indulgent with layer after layer of ladyfingers, chocolate, coffee and cream, with glorious hints of pistachio. The pistachio might not be for pups, but they will be given plenty of water and attention from the incredibly warm staff.

Smith & Whistle

Dog Burgers

In 2018 Smith & Whistle launched the first ever Dogtail menu, so you can enjoy a few tipples alongside your four-legged friend. Treat your dog to a G&T Ginger Tails: a mix of fresh ginger and tonic, or Bubbly Bow Wow: a dog-friendly Prosecco mixed with liquidised blueberries. The bar’s ideal location opposite picturesque Green Park means you can enjoy a post-drink stroll too.



Upmarket Argentinian steak restaurant Gaucho now has it’s own doggy menu, The Muttropolitan, alongside a new dog policy which means pups are allowed all day between 12-6pm. Their ‘Doggy Sundays’ have also been given a makeover, with a selection of dog brands taking over the terrace on the first Sunday afternoon of each month. Book a table under your pooch’s name, and waiters will offer treats and entertainment for them, including a doggy bag of treats and surprises to take home.

Paws For Coffee

This cute cafe is not just dog friendly, it’s actually dedicated to furry pals and their walkers. Pups can choose from their very own menu, featuring puppuccinos, doggie sausages, and homemade dog treats, before having a quick snooze in one of the comfy dog beds. Oh, and humans can eat here too – think traditional lunch brunch, salads, paninis and smoothies. With one branch in Hampton and another in Richmond, both are perfectly placed for a dog walk round the park afterwards.

M Victoria

Pups are welcome year-round at M Victoria: a ‘Dine with your Dog’ menu is available, complete with Pawsecco for your Canine Companion. Or if your dog is more of a brunch fan, they can tuck into their own brunch menu of either bacon and peanut butter cookies or dried chicken livers. The £5 cost will go towards Battersea Cats and Dogs Home.

Egerton House Hotel

Egerton House Hotel Dog Afternoon tea

Spaniel Life

Who wouldn’t want to go for afternoon tea with their dog? The Egerton offer a unique experience in which dogs are offered their own afternoon tea menu, featuring homemade dog biscuits, chicken and beef meatloaf, and a special dog-friendly ice cream to finish. Meanwhile humans can dine on an equally delicious menu, with options for vegetarians, vegans and those with a gluten intolerance.

Mews of Mayfair

Tucked away in a historic courtyard, the Mews offers four floors of sophisticated style with food to match. Whether you’re nursing an after work cocktail or enjoying a dinner with friends, your pet can come too.


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Inspired by the wine bars of Spain and Italy, Vinoteca pairs an impressive wine list with seasonal, fresh dishes. The best bit? You can have your dog by your side as you sip and eat away.

Bluebird Café

Pups are more than welcome at long-standing Chelsea haunt Bluebird Café, a sanctuary away from the hustle and bustle of the Kings Road. After being greeted with a warm welcome by staff, dogs are given a bowl of water (with a choice of tap or still), and a goody bag of treats to devour while you tuck into an idyllic Saturday morning lunch.

Milestone Hotel

The Milestone Hotel

For afternoon tea by the fire with your best friend, head to the glamorous Milestone Hotel. Tuck into macaroons, tartlets, a multitude of finger sandwiches and tea or coffee while your dog sits happily with a treat or two.

Bloody Bens

Ben's Canteen

With the same easy atmosphere as a pub, Bloody Bens – formerly known as Ben’s Canteen – is the perfect place to unwind and enjoy a burger and a shake, or to indulge over the weekend with their mouth-watering, reviving brunch. If you’re craving melted cheese, carbohydrates and anything to make you skip the gym, this is it. Your pup will be just as at ease as you are, although we can’t guarantee the puppy dog eyes will go away for not offering them a bite…

Outsider Tart

Outsider Tart

The days of feeling bad for eating a slice of cake whilst your dog watches with sad eyes are over. The Outsider Tart provides everything from sweet pies to brownies for humans alongside a special Barkery for your fluffy companion, offering a variety of canine-tailored homemade treats. Who will leave the bakery happier? It’s a tough call.

Colbert, Chelsea


In the centre of Sloane Square, this French-inspired restaurant is the convergence point of Chelsea, Knightsbridge and Belgravia. The upscale cuisine will have you staying for a few hours, but the people watching will keep you there for a good while longer. Lucky you’ll have your trusty companion to keep you company.


Indulge in some traditional Spanish cuisine at Pizarro alongside your puppy pal. Owners and their pets can sit on the window counter seats so your dog can watch passers-by to entertain themselves – and they may even see a fellow furry friend wandering the streets of London. It’s a dog’s life…

Maggie Jones’

Maggie Jones

This intimate restaurant has been a favourite with the locals for over 40 years thanks to its friendly charm. Fresh and dried flowers hang from the ceiling and occupy the tables, along with candles placed in champagne bottles. Dogs are welcome ‘as long as they behave’ and given a fresh bowl of water upon arrival.

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