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Time to Treat the 2 Legged Foodies

Our top 5 dog friendly London restaurants of 2023 which are for foodies of the 4 and 2 legged variety.

Our humans dedicate most of their spare time to finding the best places to eat where we can join them but every now and then, we discover places that are just as much of a treat for them as a plate full of sausages are for us.

These 5 restaurants are are our 2023 top picks for (human) foodies but where pooches are also still very welcome.

For beautiful food in a stunning setting, head to Paladar. The restaurant is one of those hidden in plain sight gems that every foodie MUST visit.

Don’t be put off by the unassuming facade in an area where the restaurant pretty much stands alone. Once inside, you will be greeted by the most welcoming staff who will serve you some treats, then treat the humans to delicious food from Latin America.

Pooches are welcome everywhere but the secret garden is beautiful spot to enjoy the equally beautiful food.

Where: Paladar 4-5 London Rd, London SE1 6JZ

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If you want to feel like you're on the Italian Riviera without the hassle of travel, then f you want to feel like you're on the Italian Riviera without the hassle of travel, then Villa di Geggiano is the place for you!

The restaurant is based on the original Tuscan villa and vineyard which is still in the family with a pretty outdoor terrace (partly covered) and matching interior decor.

Two legged foodies can enjoy freshly prepared dishes such as Wild Boar pappardelle and grilled monkfish. A few options for vegetarians but not a lot for vegans. Every dish is packed with flavour and beautifully presented. They also have an extensive wine cellar.

All four legged foodies are welcome and the restaurant is spacious and cool, there is also a comfortable lounge with sofas where you can relax with a coffee.

Where: Villa di Geggiano, 66-68 Chiswick High Rd., Chiswick, London W4 1SY

Porte Noir in the Coal Drops Yard area of King's Cross is a wonderful French bistro, wine bar and shop.

2 legged foodies can enjoy a delicious brunch, lunch or dinner washed down with a fabulous wine selection and some awesome cocktails.

Our humans adored the beef bubble and squeak and the king prawn & crayfish roll.

Pooches are treated well here with plenty of treats and there is even a doggy corner where you can buy bowls to take home.

If you're lucky, you might even bump into the part-owner Idris Elba! And if you're even luckier, you will get to meet Cooper the resident pooch.

Where: Porte Noir Gasholder 10, A, 1 Lewis Cubitt Walk, London N1C 4BX
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You might not necessarily put Mexican and Japanese food together but if you visit Los Mochis, you will see it works!

We have sampled breakfast, lunch and dinner here and every mouthful has been a gastronomic delight. We are looking forward to their second restaurant opening in the City in 2024!

Pooches are treated like royalty at Los Mochis as the restaurant is named after a dog! They often have special treats for dogs like their pooch menu which they offer on National Dog Day.

Where: Los Mochis 2-4 Farmer St, London W8 7SN

What we like best about our job (and being London pooches) is being able to sample food from all over the world. So imagine our delight when we got to accompany the humans to an Indian restaurant.

Chatora is not a curry house, instead you get dishes like lobster, lamb shank and tiger prawns all served with intense flavours.
The staff even brought us some lamb (no spices) to try so we didn’t feel left out.

Now, strictly we pooches are welcome outside this restaurant but it’s more of an inside/outside space - completely covered roof and sides and plenty of heaters and blankets. We visited in November and we weren't cold.

Where: Chatora 100 Kew Rd, Richmond TW9 2PQ


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