When you’ve had a tough week, or you need some replenishment, to recharge for the week ahead – head over to the Battersea Power Station – south of Chelsea Bridge.Look they have recharging pods – George in his own pod …Mac and Maisy sharing a podMe and Barnaby in another!Doesn’t it look like there are lots of places to re-charge? Not really. Posing takes up a lot of energy.
We’ve been to the Battersea Power Station twice this past week as our hoomans needed recharging after a walk in Battersea park. They found at least three restaurants they could take us into. See below.
May’s comment: The development south of the river, Battersea Power Station is fast becoming a destination in London. Along the waterfront of Circus West Village are lots of restaurants. The following restaurants allow dogs inside – in the case of a rainy day or during the winter months, its pretty handy to have.
Fiume – D&D London’s newest Italian Restaurant with Francesco Mazzei, sits on the Riverbank of the Thames in Circus West Village within Battersea Power. There’s outdoor seating but dogs are also allowed inside. Circus West Village, Battersea Power Station, London SW8 5BNMother Restaurant “An utterly Italian restaurant without all the nonsense. Mother’s menu aims to bring out really good simple soul food, the kind we never tire of.” Most welcoming, dogs are allowed inside and for the comfort of everyone, they reserve the table in the front for dogs – and we were five dogs! Circus West Village, 2 Arches Lane, London SW11 8ABWright Brothers Seafood Merchant Battersea – Located beside the iconic Battersea Power Station, in the burgeoning neighbourhood of Battersea, it is both dog and child friendly. Circus West Village, Battersea Power Station, London SW8