Rochelle Canteen, was established in 2004 by Melanie Arnold and Margot Henderson and has long been one of London’s favourite spots. Housed in a former school bike shed on Arnold Circus in Shoreditch, accessible only through an unmarked door that, when buzzed in, leads you through a pretty garden and to a small dining room, it’s always been a hidden spot.
Rochelle Canteen’s seasonal, daily-changing menu is a celebration of all the things we love most. The menu is small, and we like to think perfectly formed, ready to please all stomachs.
One of London’s oldest markets, Spitalfields Market is now a seven-days-a-week destination. At its heart, Spitalfields Market is an uncompromising array of independent stall holders, showcasing incredible hand-crafted and hard-to-find pieces that make every trip special and memorable. Next door, the historic Old Spitalfields Market also offers restaurants and fashion stores, along with some quirkier boutiques and less traditional market stalls.
East Londoners looking for delicious sourdough pizza accompanied by natural wine head to Sodo Pizza. This artisan pizzeria prides itself on operating sustainably and sourcing ingredients responsibly, with a focus on UK suppliers. Sourdough based pizza with fresh ingredients, cooked in a wood-fired oven. Vegan options available and an incredible wine's list.
We love going to The Hoxton. If you’re looking for an post dog walk breakfast, brunch or dinner spot, The Hoxton’s restaurant is open at any time of the day. The Hoxton has recently made all of its venues dog-friendly to make all dog owners’ lives easier when travelling.
A middle eastern all vegetarian feast in the heart of Spitalfields, Bubala’s colourful meze plates are inspired by the food of Tel Aviv’s bustling cafes. For their Mixed Meze menu, a selection of Bubala's best-loved plates makes the ideal Middle Eastern feast to be enjoyed with friends and family.
We've always got something to buy on our errand list, so being able to browse and shop accompanied by your dog makes for a more joyful experience, without the pressure of having to get home to tend to their needs. Just a short distance from Shoreditch High Street Overground and Liverpool Street Station, Redchurch Street is a bustling destination boasting some of the capital’s most stylish shops and cafes;
Allpress Espresso Bar - Make your first port of call on Redchurch Street the Allpress Espresso Bar, on the corner with Club Row, for one of the capital’s best flat whites.
Some of our favourite dog friendly shops to visit are Earl of East, Labour and Wait, Folk, Toast and Aesop.
You can finish of your trip with a quick stop of Jolene Redchurch Street for some delicious pastries and baked goodies.