Lost Boys Pizza? They say they're the only vampire themed pizzeria in London, and they also say their love for man's best friend knows no bounds. This unique dog-friendly pizza restaurant in Camden doesn't just let you bring your furry friends, they actively encourage it.
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 the dog friendly restaurant, ruff course. If you're owner to a chilled out pupper, or just mad for the hound, we've put together a guide to some of the best restaurants in London where dogs are allowed.
Pups and pints? Check out our recommendations for dog-friendly bars in London while you're here.
It seems like Mercato Metropolitano can do just about anything; pizza, steak, macarons, Champagne and espresso don't even begin to cover it. Keen to see what this dog-friendly foodie haven has in store? You're more than welcome to wander with a lead from 8am to 11pm.
Known for their barbecue chow and laidback dining style, Porky's Bankside are more than happy to welcome your pooches in to the restaurant. And anything that should tell you that Porky's love dogs? They once made a burger especially for 'em.
Treat yourself and the pup to a little luxury at one of Battersea's best gastropubs. With a charming outdoor space, cosy lounge area and delicious seasonal food, it's a relaxing dog-friendly restaurant in South London for you two to curl up by the fire for a few hours.
A group that goes above and beyond for your four legged friends? Cue Drake and Morgan. With all their bars and restaurants welcoming pups, alongside special crockery for your furry friends, they're a sure-fire bet when it comes to a dog-friendly dinner in London.
Looking for a dog-friendly place to eat in Central London? Lowlander is a Belgian bar and kitchen in Covent Garden that'll happily accommodate you. Grab a table in the cosy setting and try some of their 200-large stock of tasty native craft beers while tucking into mussels.
If you're a pet owner that truly loves to spoil your furry pals, M Restaurant Victoria Street is the perfect dog-friendly restaurant in London for you. Offering a dedicated two-course menu for humans and pooches alike, you'll both leave feeling full and satisfied.
A noted name in London thanks to their indulgent toppings (think Tuscan sausage, pumpkin seed oil and more), Well Street Pizza serve up classic Neapolitan slices that appeal to the masses. Something else they do? Appeal to pup parents thanks to their dog-friendly dining space.
A secret spot in the heart of Fulham, Little Blue Door don't just pride themselves on their hospitality for humans, they're a dab hand when it comes to dog-friendly brunches in London. Get cosy in their flat-inspired dining space and enjoy classic breakfast dishes with your best friend.
Not only does this Kings Cross restaurant allow does into the bar and waterside terrace but they'll also be given a bowl of water and biscuit. As for the humans? Rotunda serves up handcrafted tipples alongside signature rib-eye steaks, expertly sourced from their own Northumberland farm.
Want a killer brunch but can't leave the pooch at home? Tupi in Castle Square is one of the best dog-friendly restaurants in the city. You can chow down on South American fusion plates and stacks of pancakes, or even make your drinks bottomless on weekends.
The King of Prussia is a pup-friendly pub with some serious style. Located just moments away from Finchley station, the welcoming boozer fronts a gorgeous sun-soaked terrace, full-size shuffleboard and menu of tasty pizzas - the stuff of weekend dreams.
If your pooch enjoys the finer things in life, be sure to take them with you to visit The Egerton House Hotel. This swish dog-friendly restaurant and bar will happily accommodate you both, whether you're just stopping by for an afternoon tea or staying the night.
Another of London's secret flat-inspired venues, The Little Yellow Door is offering all the dog-friendly brunches in Notting Hill they can muster. While it can get busy on weekends, the team are more than accommodating to your loveable mutts.
Dogs are more than welcome at this cutesy King's Cross restaurant by the canal. Invited with their human friends to enjoy the scenery alongside a menu of modern British dishes and refreshing drinks, this is a great place to finish a walk along the water.
Bare-brick, rich wooden tables and Athenian dishes are served with real charm at Suvlaki in Brick Lane. You'd be barking mad to miss the Greek souvlaki at this dog-friend restaurant in East London, where mezze plates and grilled goods from the hot coals come together in harmony.
Bluebird Chelsea is a sanctuary from the buzzing vibe of the King's Road, offering pooches and their owners somewhere to relax after a busy day of shopping. Not only is this restaurant dog-friendly, they go the extra mile by making sure pups get a goody bag of treats on arrival.
Fine dining with your dog? That's completely possible at Sketch. Hunker down within this Mayfair restaurant's art-lined walls in The Parlour between 7am and 4pm with your four-legged friend (they must be little and well-behaved) and you can enjoy all this swish spot has to offer.
Sustainable British dishes and brunch plates are at the heart of this eatery, but they're not shy a pup either. A dog-friendly restaurant in Southwark, The Table Cafe are more than hospitable, offering delicious brekkie plates to people and plenty of attention to pups.
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.
People know all too well how dog-friendly an area Clapham Common is (think boundless walkies across the turf), but it's Minnow that promises diners with dogs a top-notch experience. Head on down to this pretty South London restaurant for cocktails and all-day dishes with your pup.
Doggo-in-residence Annie the Goldendoodle welcomes guests of all species to her stomping ground, ensuring they get water on arrival and plenty of head scratches. As for their owners? They can tuck into Australian and South American cuisine made with sustainable ingredients.
This Bermondsey Street restaurant welcomes dogs of all shapes and sizes, providing them with a bowl of water on arrival. That's not all though as they seat pups and their owners at the counter to watch other fluffy friends strolling along the South London hotspot.