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.

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!
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