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Doggy dining: places to eat with your pooch

By Megan Carnegie Brown

Who let the dogs in? This summer your four-legged friends can accompany you to some of London’s most chic spots. We’ve picked the city’s most pawfect dog-friendly establishments.



Round up your puppy entourage and head down to chichi Chelsea restaurant Daphne’s – for the first time ever, they’re allowing dogs to join owners for a spot of lunch. Pets must, of course, adhere to Daphne’s Doggy Code of Conduct, which means staying in the designated poochie area (the conservatory) and definitely no eating off the table. The best-behaved of the lot will be rewarded with doggy biscotti. Ahh. 

Hunter 486 at The Arch

Not only does The Arch Hotel supply luxurious dog beds and bowls but the chefs at its restaurant Hunter 486 cook a made-to-order menu for your mutt. Doggie delights include poached chicken breast with rice, sardines, salmon and spinach or a veggie option of spinach, beans and carrots. Just a heads-up – in this case, it’s totally okay to ‘test’ your dog’s food. We’d do the same.

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