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Pearl’s Guide to London – Dog Friendly Restaurants

We’re following the glamorous Pearl, resident dog of Rosewood London, as she takes us to her favourite dog-friendly restaurants around the capital.

Date
July 13th 2017
Pearl the golden retriever is the resident dog of the hotel, and she’s always on the hunt for the most glamourous dog-friendly spots to visit for her fellow pooch guests and their humans.
 
This week, Pearl is taking us to her favourite restaurants...
 
Andrew Edmunds
 
46 Lexington Street, London W1F OLP
 
A Soho gem and ultimate celebrity dog hang out if you want to make friends with fellow posh pooches, it has an old charm and a lovely menu of classic British dishes that your humans will love.
 
 
ZL Café
 
20 Sherwood St, London W1F 7ED
 
Pretend you’re in France in this pawfect Parisian-style café in the middle of Soho. Only small dogs are allowed at the manager’s discretion, so I advise popping on a beret and working those puppy-dog eyes to get in.
 
Maggie Jones
 
6 Old Court Place, Kensington Church Street, London W8 4PL
 
A favourite of Princess Anne (the humans tell me she used to book under the name ‘Maggie Jones’) this eccentric restaurant features a classically British menu and very friendly staff who love to welcome well-behaved pups. If it’s good enough for the Princess, it’s good enough for me!
 
 
Colbert
 
50-52 Sloane Square, Chelsea, London SW1W 8AX
 
Sloane Square’s stylish Colbert gives dogs a real VIP (‘very important pet’ of course!) experience, providing bones and bowls of water to keep us pooches pampered whilst the humans eat.
 
Watch out for Pearl’s favourite dog-friendly coffee shops and pubs, parks and sight-seeing in London – ideal spots to visit when staying at Rosewood London with your #BarbourDogs on their special new canine package.
 
Pearl wore our Barbour Tartan Dog Collar.
 
You can follow all of Pearl’s London adventures on her Instagram @PearlofRosewoodLondon