Dog-Friendly Restaurants In London

There's one type of restaurant above the rest, a type of restaurant that we'll champion before all else, a restaurant where squeals and squeaky toys are welcome. Guessed it yet? It's a dog-friendly restaurant, ruff course. If you're an owner to a chilled-out pupper or just mad for the hounds, we've put together a guide to some of the best restaurants in London where dogs are allowed.

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Last updated on 15th May 2024

28-50 Wine Bars - Various Sites

With plenty of locations sprinkled throughout London, 28-50 is your go-to spot if you have your pup with you. The dog-friendly wine bar promises fabulous bar snacks such as smoked almonds and croquettes, as well as a delightful vino selection.

Megan's - Various Sites

For a dog-friendly spot in the capital, check out Megan's. Head inside one of the many venues across the capital, from Dulwich to Chiswick and Kensington, where you'll get to treat your pooch to a day out. The best bit? There are Mediterranean plates and cocktails up for grabs.

Devonshire Terrace

A restaurant so good you'll want to take your whole family (including the dog)? Devonshire Terrace is the place. This family-friendly spot blends a chic aesthetic with a welcoming atmosphere, boasting a huge menu of crowd pleasers from curries and mezze sharing boards to small plates and burgers. Make your visit a boozy one with cocktails and wine, and be sure to nab a seat in one of their pretty outdoor areas if the sun's out. 

Mamma Dough - Restaurants In London

For a slice of heaven in the Big Smoke, head to Mamma Doughs in Brixton, Peckham, Ladywell, South Norwood, and more. Their wood-fired ovens cook up the freshest and tastiest pizzas with all the toppings you could ever ask for, like feta with pine nuts and locally grown butternut squash or buffalo mozzarella with nduja and extra chilli. Plus, the venues are super lively, decked out in honey-coloured brick walls, warm filament bulbs, and rough wood tables. And the best part? They're dog-friendly.

Cinnamon Kitchen Battersea

If you're looking for a spot to chow down with your furry friends, look no further than Cinnamon Kitchen in Battersea. They've got it all, from brunch to dinner, with dishes that will make your tastebuds dance - like the Rajasthani lamb curry or chargrilled seabass in a banana leaf parcel. And the best part is? If there are multiple dog-friendly bookings, they'll even dedicate an area just for you and your furry friends.

Market Halls - Top London Sites

Market Halls across Victoria, Oxford Street and Canary Wharf are not only fantastic places to hit up when you can't make up your mind on what to eat, but they're also dog-friendly, meaning your pooch can come along for the ride. Vendors include the likes of Whipped, which conjures up Instagram-worthy cheesecakes, Northern Thai street food brand Krapow, and Eggslut. 

The Green Room

You can find The Green Room nestled away on South Bank tooting a gorgeous alfresco terrace and rustic interiors, such as a bare brick bar and shiny, bronze tables. It boasts a timber-framed pavilion designed by Benjamin Barfield Marks and a delicious all-day dining menu. Head here with your four-legged friend to tuck into sharing plates filled with calamari and breaded whitebait, marghertia pizzas, and sizzling jerk chicken skewers. 

The Orange Public House & Hotel Victoria

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This beautiful Grade II-listed building can be the heart of Victoria, set over four floors. The Orange Public House & Hotel used to be a brewery but is now a stunning venue serving award-winning gastropub food in a setting that's filled with bronzed furnishings and leafy plants. It welcomes dogs with open arms and allows you to enjoy a menu made with sustainable produce while your furry companion relaxes. Tuck into the likes of hispi cabbage, rigatoni with cavolo nero and more. 

The Last Talisman

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The Last Talisman is a restaurant in Bermondsey that's suitable for all, including your dog. You don't have to worry about leaving your bundle of cuteness at home when stepping into this authentic Asian grill. Decorated with ruby red lanterns and exposed brick walls, it offers an elegant dining space to wolf down the likes of Korean fried chicken, tuna tataki and salmon teriyaki. 

The Thomas Cubitt Belgravia

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If your dog needs somewhere for a little sip of water then The Thomas Cubitt in Belgravia is the spot for you. It's a local institution that offers an array of prettily decorated private dining rooms as well as communal dining spaces where you can indulge in seasonal food. You can bag oysters here for £4.50 a pop, as well as steak and chips from £25 for a bavette, all washed down with a fresh pint. 

CLF Art Lounge

A stone's throw from Peckham Rye station, CLF Art Lounge is a stylish two-storey venue that boasts a regular lineup of live music, cabaret, comedy and more. You and your dogs will love their spacious rooftop terrace, which is heated, covered and filled with greenery. Look out over South London with a refreshing pint or cocktail in hand, with tasty dishes like slow-roasted aubergine or stuffed plantain up for grabs too.

Duck and Rice

Curl up with your pup on the ground floor of Duck and Rice, where you'll will be welcomed with water, treats and plenty of special care. One of the very few Chinese restaurants in London that welcomes dogs, this Soho spot will fill humans up with duck, dim sum and creative dishes.

The Harwood Arms

If you're looking for a pawsome time with your furry friend in London, head over to bright and airy The Harwood Arms in Fulham. With a pup-loving staff, tasty dog treats, and a chill vibe, your pooch will feel right at home. As for humans, scour the menu for goodies of all kinds, but make sure to try the blade of aged English beef with baked beetroot and smoked bone marrow, followed by the drool-worthy poached pear and almond cake with clotted cream ice cream.