Cambridge Street Kitchen – 52 Cambridge Street, London SW1V 4QQ – Open all day for breakfast, lunch, dinner and coffees. The avocado toast is divine! (Wi-Fi)
Como Lario – 18-22 Holbein Place, London SW1W 8NL – A lovely Italian near Sloane Square that I have been to a few times over the years, but never knew was dog friendly. It’s a small restaurant, with tables close together (especially if dining for two), so do call before to ask for a table with a bit more space.
Daylesford Farm shop and Café – 44B Pimlico Road, London SW1W 8LP – Open for breakfast and lunch (all organic). Dogs are only allowed at the tables outside.
Dominique Ansel Bakery – 17-21 Elizabeth Street, London SW1W 9RP – Open for breakfast, lunch, and afternoon tea, plus of course the famous Cronut. Dominique is famous for creating this combination of the croissant and donut, and each month there is a new flavour to try! Head to the enclosed garden in the back of the bakery (I think it’s the nicest place!) to sit with your dog (Wi-Fi)
No. 11 Pimlico Road – 11 Pimlico Road, London SW1W 8NA – I walk past here all the time and had no idea it was dog-friendly until I just asked and they said yes! A lovely contemporary restaurant open for brunch, lunch and dinner. I can recommend the delicious halloumi and cucumber burger! (Wi-Fi)
Peggy Porschen – 116 Ebury St, Belgravia, London SW1W 9QQ – Just tea, coffee and cakes (and champagne of course!) I can highly recommend their cupcakes! (As from 2018 dogs are only allowed at the outside tables)
R Chocolate London – 198 Ebury St, Belgravia, London SW1W 8UN- Coffee, home-made chocolate and divine patisseries.
The Roasting – 31 Churton Street, London SW1V 2LY – A small café serving breakfast and lunch, but it’s all about the coffee! (Wi-Fi)
The Roasting Party – 253 Pavilion Road, SW1X OBP – A lovely café that serves pastries and cakes. Head upstairs to enjoy them in comfort.
Wulf and Lamb – 243 Pavilion Road, SW1X OBP – This vegan restaurant opened in 2017. It looks like a small café serving breakfast and lunch but head upstairs for a more a formal dining experience. Well behaved dogs are allowed upstairs, and even on the seats.
All places have been tried and tested by Barnaby!