It’s official: we would do anything for our dogs.
Our four-legged canine companions are our furry best friends, so of course we always feel guilty when we have to leave them at home. An increasing number of hotels allow pets now, bakeries sell pup-cakes alongside their eclairs, and dog-friendly cafes are popping up everywhere.
But what about the fancier pooch; the posh pug, the majestic mastiff, the regal rottweiler? Sometimes nothing can beat a beautifully presented brunch on a Saturday morning, mimosa bar optional. Our puppy pals come with us everywhere, so why not treat them to a specially designed doggy menu?
Dogs are welcome at M London anytime, and the fine dining restaurant recently launched a brunch every Saturday at M Victoria Street where guests are invited to chow down with their favourite pampered pooch.
Executive chef Michael Reid has introduced a special ‘Six Legs Brunch Menu’ for £35.00, which includes a decadent two course meal for both you and your hound; part of the price includes a donation to a canine charity, so you and your pup will be helping out dogs in need.
Fido can enjoy treats like bacon and peanut butter cookies whilst humans try the two-legged version, and the best part is they won’t even need to share. They might even make some four-legged friends on the way!