Outsider Tart, Chiswick review…

Outsider Tart is a dog friendly American bakery that specialises in cakes, pies, tarts, customs orders and most importantly, dog treats.

As I’m a notoriously fussy eater (you can’t even tempt me with liver), Chloe struggles to find many treats that amuse me. But these are definitely my favourite, I spent a whole hour sniffing around and charming the staff into bring me more over.

Anyway, moving quickly onto the human bits. In addition to being a bakery, there is a rather large seating area for a Chiswick High Road shop front and plenty of room for me to curl up between tables, where you get table service with American comfort food.

Chloe ordered an coffee that came in a take away cup instead of the usual dine in crockery one would come to expect, but as the coffee was good and feelings about that quickly washed over her.

For food, Chloe got the first vegetarian thing she spotted on the menu – although the name of the dish escaped her, it was two fried eggs on a bed of vegetable chilli, cheese and quinoa. Taking into account it was comfort food in a cafe, she rates it as a 7/10.

As for the cakes, we took a peanut butter marshmallow concoction home, which I wasn’t allowed to share with Chloe, but she said it was excellent.

Good points:

I was fussed over by everyone, even the chef came out from the kitchen.

The dog treats were amazing and were offered to take some home

Big seating space for cafe

 

Bad points:

Chloe didn’t feel particularly welcome when entering, staff cold initially – but warmed up v quickly

It was very quiet, although perhaps time – it was 3pm on Thursday after lunchtime

 

#OOTD

Today I’m wearing the Mungo & Maud¬†Byzantine Collar in Grey (¬£95) and Bandana in Blue (¬£26.95)

Fidel’s favourite restaurant… Coco Momo

My absolute favourite place to visit in all of London is right on our doorstep in West London, Coco Momo on Gloucester Road.

Although I’m a big dog, I’m always welcomed into the bar area by all the staff who love to come over and pet me. Once Chloe has found a table, straight away I am brought over a plate of dog treats and a water bowl that I always kick over but no-one seems to mind. I like to lie here quietly and watch the world go by, sometimes playing with locals whilst my human has a glass of wine, works on her laptop or has breakfast here after we have our walks in Hyde Park.

I highly recommend this warm cosy brasserie to all other dogs.

Here’s the bowl of water I received ahead of Chloe being served her coffee.

There are the yummy snacks for me.

Here’s the human food. Why Chloe wants to eat weird edible clams from the sea is beyond me, but she seemed to enjoy them.