Hong Kong may not be known as the most dog-friendly city in the world, but there is an increasing number of restaurants and cafes that welcome both you and your four-legged friends. You’ll probably want to find a place to relax after you finish moving to Hong Kong. For those who want to bring their dog but don’t want to sacrifice quality food, here’s a list of dog-friendly places in HK that offer the best of both worlds. From cool cafes to Instagrammable bars, seaside spots, and more, here are the best dog-friendly restaurants in Hong Kong.
Flying Pig Bistro in Sai Ying Pun
Flying Pig Bistro is an excellent choice for a Sunday roast with your dog in tow. On a hot day, sit inside the restaurant or out front and watch the world go by. The friendly staff will gladly bring your dog a bowl of water along with your menu. It’s worth a visit after movers Hong Kong completed your relocation.
Feather and Bone
Feather and Bone invite everyone to dine with their dogs at their Tsuen Wan location, which boasts the city’s largest outdoor terrace with views of the water. While guests savor quality meats and lattes, dogs can run around and enjoy the restaurant’s expansive waterfront patio. For those in the Central area, the Feather & Bone Mid-Levels terrace is also ideal for your four-legged friend. This high-spirited rooftop features a stunning array of fairy lights and electric-colored seating and furniture, as well as a large space for pups to explore. Visit the butcher counter at any Feather & Bone location to get your hands on fresh bones and trims.
Bogu coffee shop
Bogu is a coffee shop/pet grooming salon hybrid that attracts cafe-goers who appreciate good design and enjoy bonding with their four-legged friends. The cafe takes interior design seriously, with an airy space featuring a soothing white palette in which guests can relax, but it also doesn’t skimp on quality in its food and drink offerings. While your pet is being groomed and pampered, sample the sweet pastry menu—the earl grey cream cake is a must-try—and pair it with their well-brewed coffee. Companies that provide relocation services Hong Kong to newcomers often recommend this place to their clients.
Starbucks (selected stores only)
Wait, when did Starbucks actually allow dogs? It is now, at least in 13 of its stores throughout town! All of these locations have outdoor seating and open areas where dog owners and their four-legged friends can spend the day together. The best part? Even as you sip your coffee, you can treat your pup to a free cup of Puppuccino with any purchase at Starbucks. The Puppuccino is suitable for dogs, with silky smooth whipped cream served in a lungo paper cup.
The Internet is your friend
If you’re like some of us, you have both human and furry children. Fortunately, we live in a city with incredible hikes, waterfall wonderlands, and weekend getaways that allow us to bring our four-legged friends. However, finding the best dog-friendly places in HK can be difficult, and many times, places we think will allow both children and dogs are sadly only for the children. Of course, you can ask for recommendations from pet movers Hong Kong residents adore, but Google search is the way to go in finding the best dog-friendly places.