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Coffee & cake, an after-work beer or a slap up dinner.   Find the perfect place to dine out with your dog in London

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The Spread Eagle

Dogs are welcome throughout the pub and in all of the 21 bedrooms in the hotel next door which are tastefully decorated and spacious.

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Ong Ong Buns

The setting is street food style so dogs are welcome in Seven Dials Market but there are no facilities for us so you will need to bring water and treats. The humans say it's worth the visit and we even forgive them for naming the restaurant after a cat!

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Vegan Planet

The restaurant is right by Camden station or a short walk from Regent's Park. Which is a good option as you will need to work up an appetite to get through their extensive menu.
All well-behaved doggies are welcome in the spacious restaurant and will get water and treats from the staff.

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Arepa & Co

The restaurant is quite small indoors but has a great outdoor area for those doggies who need more space.
Victoria Park is nearby which is great for walkies after all that delicious food.

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Floozie

The shop is downstairs at Covent Garden Market and has a few tables inside and out where pooches are welcome. We had our own vegan puppacino while the humans stuffed their faces

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Yum Sa

Our humans tried a good selection from their small plates/starters and every morsel was polished off. They even managed to have a pudding too!
Pooches will be given water and lots of attention from staff. We are also welcome to join the humans on the seats.

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UVA London

Situated on the very hip Bellenden Road, the restaurant, like it's plates, is small but perfectly formed. Four legged foodies are welcome throughout, including in the indoor garden space at the back.

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The Luxury Picnic Cafe

The pretty café serves brunch, lunch and lots of sweet treats for humans and four legged foodies can help themselves to resident dog Millie's treat jar (thank goodness she is better at sharing than us).

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Rika Moon

If a restaurant is named after the owner's dog then it gets a massive paws up from us!

The dog in question is a cute little Maltese Terrier called Rika and you will often find him hanging out with his Mama at their restaurant in Notting Hill.

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Yeotown

The mood is chill and the food is a work of art. The restaurant isn't 100% vegan but has a great selection of small plates that are. Our humans recommend the rice paper wraps which are filled with fruit but it works and the beautiful potato pave with edible nasturtium.

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Ocean Basket

Ocean Basket is on the Kingston riverside and serves amazing fish and seafood only. The humans said they felt like they were in the Mediterranean (if only had hadn't been a rainy November day outside) because the food tasted like it just left the sea, it was so fresh.

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The Spread Eagle

Dogs are welcome throughout the pub and in all of the 21 bedrooms in the hotel next door which are tastefully decorated and spacious.