Today, it’s time to celebrate those London dog-friendly Restaurants, Cafés and Bars that go beyond the dog-friendly norm, going the extra mile for your pup by giving them their own doggy menu! In our latest guide, we’ll discover where you can not only bring your dog with you but where you can dine with your dog in our Guide To The Best Dog Menus in London.
Our ‘Dine With Your Dog Guide’ has been updated for 2022, with more venues with dog menus being added soon.
And we’re pretty sure you will win plenty of pup points for taking your dog to any one of the places on the list…
Dine With Your Dog | Places With ‘Paw’-manent Dog Menus in London
Restaurants, Cafés & Bars in this part of the guide have embraced being dog-friendly and put in place a permanent dog menu for pups to tuck into earning them a spot in our guide to the best dog menus in London. All we can say is paws up (and thank you) for leading the way…
Love My Human Townhouse has rapidly become our favourite weekend hangout since it opened in July 2021 on the King’s Road. It’s London’s only real dog café that has been designed for dogs and where four-legged customers are just as important as two-legged customers (if not more important). Read our full Love My Human Townhouse review here.
What’s on the Dog Menu: Alongside healthy pupcakes and puppuccinos, pups can choose from a full doggie dining menu with delicious meals such as Chicken Breast & Pumpkin Puree, Beef Burger with Sweet Potato, Lettuce & Tomato and much more.
Good for: Absolutely the best dog menu in town for pups. If you’re looking to celebrate a doggie birthday or special occasion, then this is the perfect place to treat your pup and their pup friends too.
Where: 330 King’s Rd, London SW3 5UR
Brindisa Battersea is a welcoming and dog-friendly Tapas Restaurant at Battersea Power Station. What makes Brindisa Battersea special, is their very own Perrito Tapas menu that dogs will go crazy for. Belinha definitely did, as you can see for yourself in our Doggy Tapas review.
Perrito means little dog but the doggy tapas menu is available daily until 5pm for dogs of all sizes in the front bar area. Although Brindisa did tell us if you’re thinking of coming after 5pm, call to see if this can be arranged and as long as they aren’t busy, they will do their best to accommodate you.
What’s on the Dog Menu: Choose from Arroz con Pollo or Huevos Rotos con Bacon. Don’t forget to wash your tapas down with Brindisa’s homemade dog beer and some dog biscuits. And did we mention that the dog menu is free as long as your human is ordering their own tapas…what more could you want?!
Good for: A real tapas treat and the full ‘Dine With Your Dog’ experience. Why not pop over to Battersea Park a short walk away afterwards for some park time.
Where: Unit 25, Battersea Power Station, Circus Rd W, London SW11 8EZ
For a Dog Afternoon Tea experience like no other, look no further than the Great Scotland Yard Hotel Dog Afternoon Tea as featured in our Guide to the Best Dog-friendly Afternoon Tea in London. Set in the gorgeous Great Scotland Yard Hotel which is steeped in London history and booked out weeks in advance, this afternoon tea really is first-class both for humans and for hounds. Read our full Dog Afternoon Tea at Great Scotland Yard Hotel review here.
What’s on the Dog Menu: Savoury and sweet dishes to drool over from Talula Eats! Start with a doggie bowl of delicious slow-cooked fresh turkey, chicken or beef supplemented with cricket powder, vegetables and fruits. Then tuck into a selection of sweet dishes, beginning with a Pink Peony Pupcake and Doggie Digestive biscuits and finally, a slice of Talula Eats delicious homemade doggie cake.
Good for: The best Dog Afternoon Tea experience in town and a real treat for pups and their humans. The menu, setting and service are everything you would expect from a five-star luxury London hotel and more.
Where: 3-5 Great Scotland Yard, London SW1A 2HN
Boasting a permanent dogtails (that’s cocktails for dogs) menu in London, Smith & Whistle is where pups go to join their humans for a barking experience at the bar.
What’s on the Dog Menu: Dogtails are de rigeur at Smith & Whistle of course! Choose from the Poochie Colada (Coconut water, Kale and Broccoli), Hound’s Hops (specially brewed dog beer and fresh mint) or the Bubbly Bow Wow (pawsecco herbal infusion using elderflower, linden blossom and ginseng topped with a blackberry). Prices £5-£6.50 per dogtail.
Good for: A tasty tipple followed by a stroll through Green Park across the road.
Where: Smith & Whistle, Sheraton Grand London Park Lane, Piccadilly, London W1J 7BX
Another option for where Londoners can treat their dogs to tea and also featured in our Guide to the Best Dog-friendly Afternoon Tea in London. This is afternoon tea for you and your pup at its finest. This doggie afternoon tea does not disappoint, read our Egerton House Hotel Dog Afternoon Tea review here.
What’s on the Dog Menu: Bowl licking Chicken and beef meatloaf, homemade doggy biscuits and doggylicous ice cream all for £25 and there is also a ‘Dogtini’ menu available for an extra charge.
Good for: A treat for a special occasion. That’s a treat for you AND your human if they order afternoon tea too.
Where: 17-19 Egerton Terrace, Knightsbridge, London SW3 2BX
A South-west London favourite for those in the know is the dog-friendly vegetarian/vegan bar & kitchen Wags N Tales in Surbiton. Inspired by the owner’s beloved labrador Cadbury, Wags N Tales make sure dogs have the best time when they come to visit; Belinha certainly did. Read our review and why London Dogs love Wags N Tales here.
What’s on the Dog Menu: Take your pick from Pupcakes or Homemade Scones accompanied by a Puppaccino and why not grab a Homemade Treat Bag to go home with too. Prices are from £1.50 to £2.50.
Good for: Vegan and Vegetarian humans looking for a tasty menu and dogs who like their pupcakes and puppuccinos.
Where: 7-9 Brighton Rd, Surbiton KT6 5LX
A canalside gem in Paddington, Aussie restaurant/café Bondi Green in Paddington now has special treats on the menu for dogs as well as delicious food for humans. Stylish dog beds and water bowls are also available for pups. Read our review of dog-friendly Bondi Green London coming soon.
What’s on the Dog Menu: Doggie Lamingtons (based on the legendary Aussie human cakes of the same name) and baked bone biscuits. Doggie Lamingtons or Bone Biscuits £4.
Good for: Canalside dining – brunch for the humans and tasty treats for pups.
Where: 2 Canal Side Walk, 2 Bishop’s Bridge Rd, London W2 1DG.
This longstanding café on the corner of Hampton High Street and a stone’s throw from Bushy Park has been putting dogs at the centre of the menu since it opened.
What’s on the Dog Menu: Dogs come from afar for the Puppuccino (a bowl of goat’s milk with chunks of black pudding). Also on the menu are Doggie Sausages, Homemade Dog Treats and Dried Chews (Sprats, Calf Hooves, and Chicken Feet). Prices are from 70p (treats) to £2.90 (Puppuccino).
Good for: A post-puppuccino walk in Bushy Park which is opposite Paws for Coffee.
Where: 41 High St, Hampton Hill, Hampton TW12 1NB
This US burger chain loves dogs! Every Shake Shack location (and there are several in London) has a ‘Woof Menu’ on the board specially created for dogs. The Woof Menu features the ‘Pooch-ini’; a lip-smacking pup-friendly vanilla custard with peanut butter sauce and red velvet dog biscuits. This is definitely a dog’s idea of a treat! You can also buy a bag of red velvet biscuits to take home to continue the experience too.
What’s on the Dog Menu: ‘The Pooch-ini’ (£4.75) and a ‘Bag-O-Bones’ Red Velvet Dog Biscuits (£5)
Good for: The Poochini is not intended for small dogs, but medium and large dogs can tuck in!
Where: Various locations across London.
This one is for humans and pups who love all things plant-based. On weekend evenings Barkney Wick transforms into the After Bark Bar, serving up ‘Puptails’ aka cocktails for dogs. Barkarita anyone? Barkney Wick also put on regular pop-up events for the London dog community. Read our Barkney Wick review here.
What’s on the Dog Menu: Dog Muffins, Pupcakes, Puppuccinos and Pup Teas!
Good for: If you or your pup is vegan or simply just have intolerances to certain animal proteins, then Barkney Wick is the perfect place to get your plant-based pup treats.
Where: 3-5 Great Scotland Yard, London SW1A 2HN
Dine With Your Dog | Places with Pop-up Dog Menus in London
The establishments in this section of the guide don’t have a permanent dog menu but do on certain days of the week/month or for special events, so you can still dine with your dog. Let’s show them our ‘suppawt’ when they do…
Every Saturday M Victoria Street offers its ‘Six Legs Brunch Menu’ inspired by Hudson, the resident hound at M Restaurants. Four-legged attendees can enjoy a two-course doggy brunch while the humans (which makes the six legs by our maths) have their own delicious two-course menu to accompany the pups.
What’s on the Dog Menu: Bacon and peanut butter cookies, as well as dried chicken livers, will tempt you. The price for the entire Six Legs Brunch menu is £35 (this includes the dog & human menu) of which £5 is donated to a canine charity.
When: Every Saturday from 11 am-4 pm.
Good for: Dogs that want a delicious brunch that gives back.
Where: Zig Zag Building, 74 Victoria St, London SW1E 6SQ
Another longstanding London favourite for our four-legged friends is the monthly Doggy Sunday at Gaucho Hampstead where the red carpet is rolled out for dogs, literally.
What’s on the Dog Menu: In keeping with the Argentinian theme, dogs can sample Beef or Chicken versions of the human empanadas alongside other treats. No extra cost if your human is brunching.
When: The first Sunday of the month but dogs are always welcome between 12-6 pm.
Good for: A post-brunch stroll around the quaint Hampstead Village.
Where: 64 Heath St, London NW3 1DN