When we made is safely across the scary Albert Bridge Road and did not fall into the water, as I had feared … We walked along Albert Bridge Road and came across Prince Albert gastro pub Do you think they’re dog-friendly?Don’t just assume that with two huge Danes guarding the entrance that they’ll be dog-friendly But they are! We didn’t stop in here but we intend to as we have heard a lot of good things about it.
We turned the corner and walked down the road to The Butcher & Grill A lot of interesting foods All rather yummy – we can stop right here in front of the counters But was told this is not how we behave in a reataurant So we went in to sit down at the tables in the front And there were a few other dogs – all eyeing me as we walked in And then came our friends Oggy And Uka We had planned to go to Nutbourne Restaurant but it was closed on a Monday! Well, I guess we’ll have to cross the bridge again another day to try Nutbourne!May’s comment: Three more dog-friendly places to add to our Wine & Dine listing … south of the Thames.
Prince Albert – a Geronimo Inns gastro pub situated just across Battersea Park, decked out in rustic finery with stripped wooden floors and open fire, for real ales and an eclectic menu. 85 Albert Bridge Rd, London SW11 4PF
The Butcher & Grill – a modern style butcher shop and deli with an informal bar and grill. I really did not expect this to be dog-friendly but it is – very convenient for after-walks in Battersea Park. But then again, have known a few butchers that are dog-friendly. 39-41 Parkgate Rd, London SW11 4NP
Nutbourne Battersea – in south London’s Battersea, this is a good place to go after a good walk in Battersea Park with the dogs. A bucolic brasserie serving British-grown health foods and salads. 35-37 Parkgate Rd, Battersea SW11 4NP