Most of the time, pet parents just want to go on an adventure and take their beloved four-legged friends to the beach, the mall, and even the playgrounds – or anywhere if possible – wherever. they can run, play. and freely sniff each corner. But with so many restrictions in the city, that’s usually not the case. Hong Kong still has a long way to go to become a dog-friendly city, but there are still plenty of dog-friendly spaces and establishments that welcome our beloved pets. Apart from that, you can also take your puppy to dog-friendly restaurants or cafes for some time and a few meals. To break it down for you, we’ve compiled a list of the best dog restaurants in town where you can take your dog and dine in peace. By Shanti Parmanand
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Located in the cultural district of West Kowloon, Hooman By The Sea is a pet-friendly cafe with indoor and outdoor seating for you and your dog. The restaurant’s hot dogs on the menu are named after different dog breeds such as the poodle, husky and chihuahua. For the dog’s delight, they offer ice cream in various flavors like chicken liver, happy herring, and fresh cod ($ 98), as well as cookies and other treats ($ 115). It couldn’t be a more ideal day – you sip blue lemonade ($ 48) and your pup has a bowl of ice cream, yummy (well, for them). Palat’s OT goal sparked a thunderbolt
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Hong Kong Park is the Murray, a pet-friendly hotel that allows guests to bring pets to their rooms and to the hotel’s restaurant, The Murray’s Cotton Tree Terrace, an elegant open garden space that offers not only afternoon tea services for humans, but treats for dogs as well. Choose from a hearty meal of chicken breast and quinoa ($ 88), a lollipop ($ 88) and crispy cookies and ice cream ($ 98) (in six different flavors) for your puppy and let them sit. deliver one last tea experience with you.