Pedigree is giving you the perfect opportunity for dog owners to show their appreciation for the loving creatures who don’t ask for much in return for their unconditional love and dedication. Whether you are the proud owner of a Great Dane or a miniature Yorkie, Pedigree wants you to go all-out to show your dog’s just how much you love them by taking them on an outing at one of South Africa’s dog-friendly restaurants, with menus to suit both your and their appetites.
The Galley Beach Bar & Grill (Ballito)
Find a spot at the seafront restaurant and enjoy some ol’ fashioned fish ‘n chips while your pooch dines on a tantalising treat from the pet-friendly menu, featuring:
- Paw-Some Snacks – a sliced-up pork banger
- Hound Dog Haven – 100g grilled and cubed rump
- The Pooch Breakfast – grilled bacon and sliced pork sausage
- Chicken à la Pooch – 150g grilled chicken breast
- Hungry Pup Quarter Pounder – 150g grilled beef patty
- Milk Draught – bowl of milk
- Bowls of water – on the house
The Oyster Box Hotel (Umhlanga)
Pets are welcome at this stunning sea-facing hotel. The five-star garden villas offer a range of beds and menus to pamper hotel guests’ furry friends.
The Dogs’ Delights menu includes:
- Woof Waffles with boerewors sausage and gravy
- Toasted bread with cheese or scrambled egg
- Chunks of steak in gravy served with rice
- Full doggy breakfast complete with hash browns
Surf Riders Food Shack (Addington Beach)
The popular beach-front restaurant is dog friendly and has a pet-menu that includes a Poochini Snack – peanut butter sauce, ice cream, layered sponge and biscuit crumbs.
Café Hemingways (Kyalami)
Furry friends are attended to first with a bowl of water and a treat.
Voodoo Lily Café (Birdhaven)
The airy and beautiful space welcomes dogs in the outdoors area and offers furry friends their own menu, which includes organic chicken-breast slices, organic chicken livers and puppy biscuits.
Die Damhuis (Melkbosstrand)
This beach restaurant welcomes all pooches, big or small and offers a dog-friendly menu with meatballs, sirloin with or without a bone, and Cool Dogs ice cream.
Leopard Bar at 12 Apostles (Camps Bay)
Dogs can enjoy a luxurious getaway with their owners at this five-star hotel. It offers plenty of pampering and small pooches are welcome at The Café Grill and Leopard Bar, where they’re offered their own delectable menu.
The Bark-a-Licious offering for small dogs includes beef fillet steak with boiled potato wedges and gravy; and ostrich mince with cooked oats, flax seeds, fresh apple and dried cranberries.
All dogs are welcome to roam freely at the Dunkley Square eatery. Dogs are given bowls of water and sometimes offered a meaty lamb bone to keep them occupied.
Simon’s at Groot Constantia (Constantia)
Pets and their owners can enjoy the vineyards and fields at Simon’s at Groot Constantia. There are doggy bowls galore for pet’s drinking pleasure and the venue is looking to start a doggie menu.
Disclaimer: The information produced by Infurmation is provided for general and educational purposes only and does not constitute any legal, medical or other professional advice on any subject matter. These statements are not intended to diagnose, treat or cure any disease. Always seek the advice of your vet or other qualified health care provider prior to starting any new diet or treatment and with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. If you suspect that your pet has a medical problem, promptly contact your health care provider.