Mummy wanted to go to The Brown Cow – a gastro pub on Fulham Road for a reason – which we shall explain later.
It was a rainy day so I donned my trench coat. It is of course a dog-friendly place – they even have a jar of treats for us at the front – help yourselves, they say! We got there first and waited for Martine and Rusty to arrive. I was so excited to read the menu, I jumped up on Mummy’s lap to see what’s there to be had. After a satisfying lunch and “mission accomplished” in all aspects – good human food, good atmosphere and dog friendly, we added this to our list of places to return to!Yes! Now we know The Brown Cow.
May’s comment: A foodie pub with carefully considered rustic decor located in the heart of FulhamWhy did I want to go there? Because I’ve never been and have heard good things about it – especially that it is dog-friendly.
And a foodie pub sounds like the right place for a fix of burgers and sausages before I have my gall bladder removed on Friday. The after effects of such a procedure is different for every individual. I have heard extremes where some can no longer have steak or any fatty foods. And others where after a short period have resumed eating normally. So just in case I turn out to be an “unlucky one” – but that’s relative again as not being able to eat red meat and fatty foods may mean a longer life span and probably a “lucky one” – I wanted my last meaty bite to be hearty, juicy and memorable.
And Martine ordered Toad in the hole – such a traditional British dish which I’ve never had – but what a fabulous combination of sausages and Yorkshire pudding batter.We shared our lunch so we could have a taste of each.
Not disappointed – in fact it was perfect for my purpose! Might be my last bite of red meat or sausages … or not!
Address: 676 Fulham Rd, London SW6 5SA