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But can we take the dog? – London cafes and restaurants where the dog can come too

A city break in the capital is fun for all the family, apart from your four-legged fur babies. It has been hard to enjoy London with your pooch in the past. However, as dog ownership continues to grow, with 9% of Londoners owning a dog, places across the capital are becoming more dog-friendly. So, if you’re in the capital and looking to enjoy some quality time with your pup, grab your lead, your best dog walking jacket, and your four-legged friend and head off to what we think are the best restaurants in London for Dog Lovers are as Follow :

 

The Best Restaurants and Cafes to visit in London for Dog Lovers :

 

Abuelo

 

Situated in Covent Garden, the stylish café offers a great Aussie-themed brunch menu alongside some irresistible cakes and pastries. Abuelo is also home to a lovely golden-doodle, Annie, so if your dog gets on well with other dogs, Abuelo can be a fantastic city centre dog-friendly café to visit. 

 

Dog walk: Wander along the Thames Path to stretch their legs afterwards.

 

Chameleon

 

This beautiful restaurant set in a former church is an incredible Grade I listed space that is well worth visiting just to explore. The menu draws heavily on Tel-Aviv inspired dishes that you can enjoy with your dog in tow during their lunch service. The floral displays and flower market make this a beautiful stop for dining with a view. 

 

Dog walk: Regent’s Park is next to Chameleon, perfect for getting some green space in the capital. 

 

Ozone Coffee Roasters

 

In vibrant Shoreditch, Ozone Coffee Roasters is the place to find quality coffee and a dog-friendly attitude. The on-site bakery will smell amazing to you and your dog, and you can pick up a delicious bite to eat – all locally sourced with a big focus on reducing waste. As well as a site in Shoreditch, you can also find another dog-friendly stop in London Fields.

 

Dog walk: Shoreditch Park is a lovely space for dog walks, while there’s a popular Shoreditch Street Art and Dog Photo route if your dog is happy to pose for photos! 

 

Los Mochis

 

With an exciting Mexican Japanese fusion menu, Los Mochis is a fantastic restaurant offering fresh, flavourful food and a space for your pup too. Los Mochis has a cocktail bar and separate restaurant area. Set in Notting Hill, Los Mochis is close to the pet parlour favoured by celebrities, Purplebone, so you may spot some very well-groomed four-legged visitors while munching on tempura or indulging in their famous chocolate fondant. 

 

Dog walk: Head into Kensington Gardens and Hyde Park for a beautiful walk that takes in some favourite London sites such as the Royal Albert Hall and The Serpentine. 

 

Harwood Arms

 

If you’re looking for fine food and a dog-friendly space, then look no further than the Harwood Arms, a Michelin-starred gastropub that welcomes pooches. The roof terrace serves as the restaurant’s vegetable garden, so you can be sure that tomatoes, strawberries and radishes are very locally grown. Harwood Arms is perhaps famed for the scotch eggs (with a vegetarian option available) and their mouth-watering Sunday roasts. So, get your best looking waterproof jacket for dog walking, chuck a change of shoes in your backpack, and treat yourself to a rather upmarket dining experience where your pup can come too 

 

Dog walk: Harwood Arms is close to the fascinating Brompton Cemetery, allowing dogs on leads throughout. 

 

Wags N Tales 

 

Offering several restaurants across London, Wags N Tales is a popular plant-based restaurant ideal for vegans and veggies. Voted as one of the most dog-friendly pubs in London, your spoilt pooch can enjoy a puppaccino, homemade scones and pupcakes while you can enjoy burgers, burritos and hot dogs. But remember to save room for cake with their ‘famous’ carrot cake, whoopie pie and pistachio lemon slice, to name a few that may tempt you. 

 

Dog walk: If you visit the Twickenham Wags N Tales kitchen, this is an excellent spot for exploring the famous Richmond Park; just make sure your dog is on a lead when close to the deer. 

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