Fantastic Sunday lunch and very dog friendly.
Inspired by the grill rooms of Manhattan, the contemporary chic space is filled with parquet-inspired influences, touches of copper with exposed brick and industrial lighting – expertly combined with oh so inviting banquettes.
Part of Gordon Ramsay’s Maze Grill group, speciality native and rare breed steaks are served along with those aged in the restaurant’s very own Himalayan Salt Block cabinets, before being cooked to your liking on the Montague grill. A range of poultry and fish is also on offer, along with seasonal specials. Meanwhile, should you want a fresh bite, the raw bar delivers a selection of sushi and sashimi.
Treats are on offer for your four-legged friend, perfect to distract fido from the tempting smells around.
Stop by for a light sushi lunch, or indulge with a mid week pick-me-up. ‘Tuesday Sharing’ sees deals on sides, starters and desserts, while a Steak Frites or Sushi & Salad deal is available until 6pm from Monday to Friday.
At weekends you are in for a treat. Partake in Sushi Saturday, from 12pm to 5pm. For £40 per person, enjoy bottomless bubbles and sushi, with an array of favourites from California rolls to tuna nigiri. On Sundays, stop by for one of their memorable beef Sunday roasts, available from noon until 6pm. Don’t forget to book and mention which you and your dog would like to join for.
As dusk sets, make a reservation to enjoy a Woodblock special on Thursdays, with rare bread platters of sirloin, fillet and ribeye. A night out with the girls (or boys)? Try Wine Wednesday, where wine is on offer at retail price.
Children eat free up to 12 years old from a set menu.
The dog loving Gordon Ramsay Group also offers a collection of dog-friendly dining experiences. Find out more..
Nestled in Chelsea, Maze Grill Park Walk is filled with local Chelsea-ites and many a pampered pooch. Refuel here before parading down the Kings Road, or stop by after a walking our favourite London river crossing, the iconic Albert Bridge, on your way from exploring Battersea Park together. Make sure you’ve read our Play pages to make the most of this wonderful Royal Park together.
For other dog-friendly venues in the area, check out our ‘Also in the Neighbourhood’ recommendations below.
Address: Maze Grill Park Walk, 11 Park Walk, Chelsea, London, SW10 0AJ
Locals – make use of your borough wide parking permit here. For those coming from further afield, for parking, you are best served by using one of the pay and display bays on the surrounding streets, which will allow you to stay for a couple of hours during the day. They can be used free, for longer periods, past the end of charging hours. Charging in the area tends to stop at 6.30pm, but for individuals road see this handy map.
A 15 minute walk from either South Kensington or Gloucester Road tube station, both served by the Circle, District and Piccadilly lines, the short walk will help you and fido make space for the delights on offer. Alternatively, jump on a bus down the Fulham Road which is well served by buses, including the 14, 211 and 414.
Keen to make the most of the new found Spring weather, we took a family jaunt down to Maze Grill Park Walk one Sunday. We’d reserved our dog-friendly table and taken a walk through the park en route, making sure we’d worked up enough of an appetite to try one of their much talked about roast dinners.
With the front windows pushed back, the restaurant filled with the spring breeze, and the bubbly chatter of locals, of the two and four legged kind, filling the air, a warm feeling took hold. We (Rigby included!) were greeted warmly by the maitre d’, and shortly after we arrived, two other spaniels followed, who soon wrapped him up in a tangle of leads and wagging tails. After much patting and jovial chatter, he freed himself and led us to our burgundy banquet – we were delighted to have found such a wonderfully dog-welcoming restaurant.
Without much ado, we plumped for roasts and steaks – it’s rude not to at a restaurant that prides itself on the quality and cooking of its beef – and settled down with a bottle of french red to enjoy our warm bread and salted, fluffed butter. Meanwhile, Rigby took his fill of a water bowl promptly delivered to him in tandem with our own water, before ensconcing himself under our seats… tail-end out of course!
We were glad we’d worked up an appetite when our meals arrived. With meat so tender and unlimited sides for the table (of six roast dinner accompaniments), none of us were going hungry. The cauliflower gratin in particular was a joy – creamy and rich enough even for those in the family not so excited by the vegetable itself – while the soft, honey glazed parsnips were also ordered many times over.
Content under our table, with passing pats and chats from the staff, Rigby was barely heard as he snuggled down and watched the numerous pooches around the restaurant.
Unable to resist, a selection of desserts were ordered, with an American special of Monkey Bread to share (rich, with caramel and cinnamon) along with a lighter and perfectly tangy frozen lime yogurt and toasted meringue – not to be missed in our view!
Now all that we needed was a second stroll of the day to walk off the foodie delights, and for Rigby to wag his goodbye to the other dogs festooning this local haunt.
Fantastic Sunday lunch and very dog friendly.
Really enjoyed a delicious lunch with friends here where a pet-friendly approach is taken with aplomb!
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