Best pet-friendly cafés in London
London is very welcoming of pets in public spaces, and there are a great many options for pet-friendly eateries to choose from. If you are looking for a quick bite in a café or a meal in an elegant restaurant, London has plenty to offer for your furry companion.
We have trawled the internet to find some of the best pet-friendly cafés in London. These cafés welcome dogs with treats and cuddles, and many of them even have special doggy menus for your pooch.
Ben’s Canteen is a relaxed and laid-back eatery where you can unwind over a great burger and a shake. Ben’s Canteen is well-known for its excellent brunch and wine, and its delectable range of mains. Located in two locations in London, Clapham Junction and Earlsfield, Ben’s Canteen is very welcoming of dogs all through the day and evening. The restaurant is very close to Clapham Common and Wandsworth Common, making it an ideal post-walk stop.
Bluebird Café, Chelsea
The Bluebird Café in Chelsea is a great place to unwind with your furry pal. Located on the bustling King’s Road, the café has a large outdoor area and a spacious indoor space. Bluebird Café is well-known for its famous weekday healthy breakfasts and its innovative cocktails. Your pooch is welcomed here with a bowl of water that is continuously filled up during your stay at the café and special doggy treats. The employees at Bluebird are caring and kind, and are known to shower attention on all the pooch guests at the restaurant.
Bodega 50 is a little-known vegetarian café in Stoke Newington in London. It is not just dog-friendly but is welcoming of all pet animals. The employees are very friendly, and Bruce, the owner’s dog makes sure everyone is feeling at home. Bodega 50 has a huge variety of vegan and vegetarian food such as toasties, sandwiches and cake. Bodega 50 is close to Clissold Park, and that makes the café an ideal after-walk treat.
Located on Bermondsey Street, Pizarro is famous for its delectable Spanish food. The window counter seats are perfect for you and your doggie to sit and watch the world go by. This restaurant is warm and friendly, and the employees love their pooch guests. Your dog will be given a bowl of water on arrival and cuddles throughout your meal. The restaurant is located on one of the most pet-friendly streets in London; perfect for your pooch to make friends and socialise.
Just a short distance from Brick Lane is Exmouth Coffee which is known for great coffee, pastries and cakes, and quiches. The coffee is roasted to excellence in-house, and their gourmet brews are the talk of the town. Next time you are out shopping at Brick Lane with your pup and fancy some great coffee and cake, drop in at Exmouth Coffee.
Paws for Coffee
Paws for Coffee is a dog-themed café owned and run by dog lovers. It has a special doggy menu with treats and drinks. The Puppychino, which is warm goat’s milk with black pudding, is a great hit among the canine guests. The breakfast spread at this café is good, and they have both meat and vegetarian versions. It is a rare café that is both dog-friendly and child-friendly. Located close to Bushy Park, it is the perfect place to stop for a bite after a walk in the park.
Getting a bite to eat in London with your dog is not so difficult any more with the plethora of pet-friendly cafés that have cropped up all over the city. If you are planning to travel to London with your pet cat or dog, get in touch with Petraveller for a detailed travel plan.