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Baker’s complete: our verdict on London’s first ever pop-up bakery for dogs

Posted at 12:00 pm, September 18, 2013 in Fun London
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Soho’s cosmopolitan canines are in for a treat. No more being tethered to a lamppost while their owner pops in to a café for a gingerbread latte. Last week saw the launch of Ciao Chow on Frith Street: London’s first ever pop-up bakery for dogs. This pooch pasticceria boasts a bold monochrome interior, gourmet doggy ‘biscotti’ and Woof & Brew herbal tea for dogs. But is it worth our mutts getting hot under the collar? To find out, we sent Sara White – editor of online pet magazine and store Style Tails – and her dog George to test Ciao Chow’s delights. Here’s the verdict.

Corgi Crunch
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The whiff of carrot and banana in this biscuit stack’s flaky layers prompted a rather large puddle of drool before the entire plateful was ingested in one go, much to the horror of onlookers.

Yummy Tummy
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After a quick sniff of this pumpkinpacked biscotti, George wolfed it down with much lip-smacking and appreciative grunts. They contain oats and cinnamon, which apparently aid digestion. What more could a hungry pooch want?

Peanut Pup
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As soon as he saw these, George was involved in a little scuffle to get to them first. It ended with him ploughing headfirst into the plate to inhale these peanut treats.

Formaggio e Aglio
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George gave this Italian inspired cheese and garlic biscuit a good licking before noshing it down in a furry flurry of crunching and crumbs.

Make Mine Mint
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This After Eight-style munchy was received with a woof of approval. After all, nothing turns off a bitch quite like dog breath.

Ciao Chow Canine Bakery is open until Fri Sep 20 at 23 Frith St, W1D 4RT. For more from Sara (and George) see styletails.com.

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