London’s Best Dog-Friendly Brunch Spots

Food & Drink
By Lottie Woodrow | 10th February 2024
Dog brunch in London

London is dog crazy. You’ll find everything from dog-friendly workspaces to pooch-approved hotels and restaurants. And now, brunch just got a whole lot better because restaurants across the capital are welcoming your four-legged friends in for brunch too!

From bottomless pizza and prosecco to pampering treats, these are the best dog-friendly brunch spots across the capital.

Pizza Pilgrims Liverpool Street

Bottomless pizza, pints and prosecco… Need we say anymore? 

Pizza Pilgrim’s Liverpool Street branch offers one of the best brunch menus out there in our opinion, packed with unlimited carb-loaded pizzas, prosecco and pints. Available every Saturday, head down with your pals and your pooches to kickstart your weekend the right way.


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22 Old Broad Street, EC2N 1HQ

Smith & Whistle

Smith & Whistle, Sheraton Grand London Park Lane, Piccadilly

Book in for a drink and lunch at Smith & Whistle, the bar at Sheraton Grand London Park Lane, and your dog will be welcomed with open arms. They’ve got a doggy cocktail menu, all uniquely mixed up by the bar’s mixology team and specialist canine nutritionist.

Let your four-legged friends loose on the Poochie Colada, a blend of coconut water, kale and broccoli; Hound’s Hops, a specially brewed dog beer with fresh mint (there’s even a sharing option!); and the Posh Pooch, a pet-friendly take on wine, made with ginseng, elderflower, nettle, lime-flower and carrot.

For yourself, you can look forward to a selection of brunch-friendly options, from poke bowls to lobster rolls.

Sheraton Grand London Park Lane, Piccadilly, Mayfair, W1J 7BX 


Arguably London’s most dog-friendly restaurant, Megan’s is an easy crowd pleaser for everyone involved. And every day is brunch day here. 

Head to one of their bustling locations – we love Chelsea’s Kings Road branch – and order a round of sharing and brunch favourites. The Mediterranean inspired menu boasts everything from Turkish brunch feasts fit for two to shakshuka baked eggs, scrambled turmeric tofu to eggs benedict, and plenty of nourishing bowls to keep your tummy happy. 

For the pooches, expect a full on pamper – dog beds, water bowls and endless supplies of treats for your four-legged friends. 


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Various locations

M Victoria Street

Grab your pooch, we’re off to M Victoria Street to get the ultimate doggy-approved brunch. They have gone one step further and launched a ‘6-legged brunch’. Look forward to three courses for both you and your dog. 

On the human front, expect to tuck into shakshuka with chakalaka, yoghurt and super seeds; ribeye steak and eggs with chimichurri; and a pancake stack topped with vanilla cream cheese, berry coulis, brulee banana, caramel popcorn and vanilla ice cream. While your four-legged friends can look forward to chicken jerky three ways (wings, heart and feet); biltong risotto made with pearl barley and beef biltong; and bacon and peanut butter cookies to finish. 

It doesn’t get much more pet-friendly than M Victoria Street.

Zig Zag Building, 74 Victoria Street, SW1E 6SQ

Rake’s Cafe Bar

Andaz London is taking their pet-friendly hotel to the next level. Bring your four-legged, furry friends to Scandal at Rake’s, a scandalous bottomless brunch that takes place every Saturday at Rake’s Café Bar. 

Perfect for anyone who knows the feeling of getting too caught up in the weekly grind, Scandal Brunch invites you to let your hair down and delight in bottomless drinks, from Möet & Chandon to expertly-mixed cocktails.

Expect an afternoon packed with bottomless booze, indulgent brunch dishes and live music from their resident DJ. Not forgetting plenty of treats for your pet too!


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40 Liverpool Street, EC2M 7QN

The Little Yellow Door

Looking for the perfect spot to book for after your morning stroll around Notting Hill? The Little Yellow Door is packed with a brunch menu that’s sure to delight – think fried eggs, smokey bacon, truffle oil on sourdough toast; wild mushroom and artichoke puree on sourdough toast; Cumberland sausage with red onion chutney in a brioche bun; and spicy gochujang chicken burger with fries. 

Your pooches are welcome to join you as you tuck into your brunch feast. Or, if the weather is on the warmer side, take a seat out on their terrace and people watch the afternoon away.

6-8 All Saints Road, Notting Hill, W11 1HH

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