The London Kitchen joined forces with luxury pet food brand Lily’s Kitchen last week to create a feast to delight both man and his best friend. The event was held at Lilyland – a special place where dogs’ dreams come true!
The event announced the grand opening of Lilyland’s Santa Paws Grotto, where diva dogs will be able to help out mutts less fortunate than themselves, and get to grips with the traditional festive overindulgence while they’re at it. The store was officially opened by Claire Balding, who was joined by 150 guests at this canine Christmas wonderland.
Human canapés were provided by The London Kitchen, but of course all had a doggy theme, from the Christmas Day ‘Bark’ Tatin and Yorkie Puddings to the Mini Dog Bone Meringues – not to mention the Harvey Woofbangers!
Of course our pedigree pals were not forgotten, though. Lily’s Kitchen took care of the canine catering, providing homemade mince pies (of the meaty variety), for dogs to tuck into as they unwrapped their doggy treats from Santa Paws’s sack.
At Santa Paws Grotto pampered pooches will be treated to a freshly prepared Christmas dinner with all the trimmings, to enjoy at their very own table, followed by homemade mince pies and mulled ‘whine’, then they’ll be able to partake of a little canine Christmas shopping before visiting the pampering station – the perfect place for shopped out paws. The grotto can be found at 67 Pimlico Road and is open on Mondays to Saturdays until 21st December. For more information click here.
For every Christmas Dinner for Dogs purchased at the grotto Lily’s Kitchen will donate a nutritious dinner to a dog in need, supporting North London charity All Dogs Matter and other local charities.
The spirit of Christmas isn’t just for humans, you know.