We ventured out today to East London – took the tube to Cannon Street.We don’t know East London very well and got lost finding our way to Threadneedle Walk. We walked all the way down Threadneedle Street before we realised we had gone down the wrong road.
When we did made it to M Restaurant –we knew we had arrived because there were paw marks and a bowl of water for us thirsty pooches after that long journey.We were seated at our table with Marley and Miuccia.I had my own seat waiting to be served. Even George sat waiting in anticipation Yes, the menu for me please. I would like some steak tartare and lots of fries to go with it. No sauces required. But alas, we were once again tricked into thinking that food should arrive for us. So I went back to my old and tried ways – go look for the food! They did not share the lovely warm bread.So I ventured to the next table hoping others might be more generous and kind.
There were at least seven of us cockapoos – except for me, Crumble and Miuccia, the others have not heard about our Hyde Park meets – so now they will all be coming to that too!!! and a labradoodle. Just as we were leaving we met two handsome lads – Buffy & Rocky! Looking very smart on their bow ties! And they read our blog! 🙂May’s comment: You know that all those gathered there today on a Saturday in a part of East London that is normally deserted on a weekend have got to be crazy about their pooches.
It was a sell-out event and it was fabulous to see so many breeds of all sizes. And all just crazy about their dogs! 🙂
Good event M Restaurant! Thank you for making an effort for us who love pooches. Let’s get this our there so all those restaurants who tell us that the Council would not like it if they allow dogs – will have to find another reason to not allow dogs.
I was told that on regular days you will have to call and ask for permission to take your dogs – and it is up to their discretion. But then again, it’s not a part of London that has a high dog population.