Daphne’s Restaurant Launch Dog Friendly Lunches in Chelsea

Lulu Guinness at Daphne's Dog Friendly Restaurant in Chelsea

Yet another of London’s trendy eateries is opening its doors to canine customers. From Friday 1st July, Daphne’s, a chichi hub for Chelsea’s fashionistas, will welcome dogs to join their owners for lunch.

To celebrate this fabulous dog friendly foray, Daphne’s have teamed up with outstanding British accessories designer Lulu Guinness. Known best for her slightly outré accessory collections, she has created a beautiful ceramic dog bowl, inspired by her own beloved Westie, aptly named, Daphne.

Lulu Guinness at Daphne's Dog Friendly Restaurant in Chelsea

Daphne's dog friendly restaurant chelsea

Each dog bowl is delicately hand-painted and hand-fired by the finest ceramics artisans, and is characterised by the famous Lulu Guinness lips on the bottom of the bowl. Elegant and charming, each bowl is part of a limited edition series, sold exclusively at Daphne’s restaurant and through the Lulu Guinness website from the start of July.

Lulu Guinness adds, ‘I have been asked in the past by customers to design accessories for dogs and was thrilled when Daphne’s approached me about this idea! The bowl is inspired by a powder compact (I collect them) which reminds me of my darling dog, Daphne!’

Diners can visit Daphne’s with their dogs for lunch from 1st July for lunch in the conservatory. Dogs will be expected to adhere to a strict Doggy Code of Conduct.

Daphne’s, 112 Draycott Avenue, London, SW3 3AE, or visit  www.daphnes-restaurant.co.uk to make a booking. 

Sara is the Founder & Editor of StyleTails. A writer, design-lover and long-time animal-hugger, Sara launched StyleTails in 2012 to inspire people live a more beautiful life with their four-legged friends. Along with her canine sidekick George, a rescue Yorkie with a big attitude, Sara regularly commentates on luxury pet product and lifestyle trends and has been featured in Elle Decoration, BBC Radio, and is also an expert contributor to WGSN, the leading design trend forecaster.

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