Four Legged Foodies explore these Gladwin Brothers Local & Wild restaurants
We love living in a big city but we do also appreciate a spot of the good old English countryside.
If you're looking for a bit of both when dining with your pooch then look no further!
These Gladwin Brothers restaurants bring a bit of the Sussex countryside to London by bringing their seasonal, British produce to the tables.
Expect hand-reared meat from the Gladwin farm, berries from the Sussex hedgerows and wine from their very own vineyard in the Sussex village of Nutbourne.
There are 6 Local & Wild restaurants in London for you to explore.
Let's start with Nutbourne which is named after the Sussex village where the Gladwin Brothers vineyard is located.
Nutbourne is located in Ransome's Dock, just a 5 minute walk from Battersea Park.
After a stroll through one of London's prettiest Royal Parks, we stopped off for a spot of lunch and were delighted to find not only water but a plate of treats waiting for us.
It was a sunny day, so we enjoyed the terrace which overlooks the dock and after the obligatory photos for the 'gram, the humans tucked into some delicious looking food.
At Nutbourne, two legged foodies can enjoy breakfast at the weekends, lunch and dinner every day and roasts on Sundays. The menus change with the seasons and the chefs are encouraged to put their own take on the fresh ingredients they receive from the farm.
Next stop was The Fat Badger which is just down the road from us in Richmond. This time we decided to try the Sunday Roast after a stroll by the river.
We were once again welcomed very warmly by the staff and brought water and treats.
We love it when the humans have Sunday roast as there is always a bit left over for us but it was touch and go this time because the food was so tasty with melt in the mouth beef, fluffy yorkshire puds and super tasty gravy (female human's favourite).
At The Fat Badger, two legged foodies can enjoy all day dining including weekend brunch, Sunday Roast and Group Feasting!
The latest opening of a Local & Wild restaurant is the Black Lamb in Wimbledon Village.
After walkies on Wimbledon Common, we popped in to try their new Plant Led set lunch menu (the menu is currently available at all locations).
The Plant Led menu is not simply a plant based menu (so not vegan) but rather a selection of dishes where plants are the star attraction and any meat or fish additions are there to compliment them rather than vice versa.
As with all the restaurants, the menu changes regularly depending on what ingredients are available but two legged foodies can expect some mouth-watering dishes like Nutbourne Tomato Salad and Pea and Mint Orzotto.
Four Legged Foodies will receive the same warm welcome as at all their restaurants.
The 3 restaurants we visited welcome four legged foodies throughout. There are 3 others who welcome us in restricted areas, if you wish to visit The Shed, Sussex or Rabbit, please check with the restaurant in advance.