Back from our travels, it was time to catch up with friends. Today we had lunch with Marley and his mummy at Daphne’s in Chelsea.
When they knew we were coming, they had a bowl of water for us in a Lulu Guinness designed bowl.It seems hoomans eat things that looks pretty – And hearty things that smells delicious! Greens and things that once swam And I would really like to taste all of them. May I? Since I am not getting anything from Mummy, I am going to try Yaena.May’s comment: It is always a treat to go to Daphne’s but even more so now that we are allowed to go with our dogs during lunch time – only in the conservatory.Daphne’s opened their doors to allow dogs in during lunch over the summer when they did a PR launch with Lulu Guinness. The first time around I took George (and Sasha) – just to test the waters with a “small” dog. This time I went with Darcy and Yaena brought Marley – we thought between a medium Cockapoo and a toy poodle, they would even out nicely. But they were welcoming and mentioned how well-groomed both dogs were and how well-behaved. We were so proud of them! 🙂
Daphne’s is an Italian mainstay in South Kensington/Chelsea, known for people-watching and classic cuisine. Nice to go on occasions, reliable for good food and feeling special. Daphne’s at 112 Draycott Ave, London SW3 3AE is already listed on our Wine & Dine page.