Dog-Friendly Restaurants in South Kensington
If you're looking for a dog friendly restaurant in South Kensington, look no further! Fraser Suites Kensington apartments are proud to recommend some of the best pet-friendly restaurants in the area and London. From pub grub to fine dining, there's something for everyone on this list. So why not bring your four legged friend along on your next stay in the city?
Dog-friendly Maggie Jones' restaurant, tucked away on Kensington Church Street and just a stone's throw from Kensington High Street, should be on every dog-lovers to-do list. If you are in the city in August, there is an extra treat on the menu for London dogs to celebrate National Dog Day.
Holland Park Cafe
Holland Park is a 54-acre remnant of the Cope Castle estate, once the grounds for a large Jacobean mansion hidden in the woods. Today, you can enjoy a walk around Holland Park before stopping off for a bite to eat with your pooch in the cafe. Take a seat on the patio and enjoy coffee, pastries and seasonal cafe classics.
Megan's is a modest, independently-owned restaurant with homey and welcoming service. The food and decor are loosely Mediterranean, transporting you to a far sunnier place. Enjoy brunch, lunch, dinner, and cocktails all day long here, and furry friends are more than welcome.
The Bolton in Earl's Court
The Bolton is a traditional British pub located in the heart of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, London's smallest borough. The ideal location for informal yet distinctively memorable drinking and dining with your dog, The Bolton has tasty meals, an innovative drinks list, and a homely vibe for every occasion.
The Duchess Belle is a historic pub located in Battersea, adjacent to the new Battersea Power Station station on the Northern Line and close to Battersea Dog's Home, making it a great place for both humans and pups to visit.
The pub's walls were recently adorned with beautiful flowers following restoration, and their gorgeous bright garden at the back as well as a front terrace are ideal in the summer to soak up the sunshine. Or, in the colder months, rest beneath a heater and have a warming drink.
The Harwood Arms
If you're looking for something a bit more upscale, head to The Harwood Arms hidden away in the back streets of Fulham. This Michelin-starred restaurant only allows well-behaved dogs inside, so make sure your pup is up to scratch! They offer an extensive menu of British cuisine, plus a special dish just for pooches.