The interior design, featuring wooden floors and beautiful tulip wood-panelled walls is reminiscent of a timeless and traditional public house, unintimidating and welcoming to all. The building continues life as a community public house, catering for the surrounding businesses and residents together with shoppers and local hotel guests. Food and drink are served on both the ground and first floors offering classic British cuisine, using British ingredients to offer seasonal menus based on traditional and modern recipes. The menu boasts good quality, simple food, made from consistently fresh produce to suit a broad variety of tastes. There are homemade pies, market fish and a rotisserie and grill selection, allowing customers to choose how their dishes are served with a large choice of sauces and sides. A wide selection of beers and guest ales is available, together with cocktails and an extensive wine list – the only non-British element of the pub!
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The Grazing Goat
6 New Quebec StreetLondonW1H 7RQ
- Public transport:
- Marble Arch, Underground
Really fresh fish. Fresh fish in the "fish-n-chips" and the "market fish", which was plaice.
Very trendy location filled with a lot of business people having an after work drink with their chips. ;-)
Seriously, a very nice but slightly pricey dinner, worth at least $$$ rating.more
Wonderful restaurant! Just enjoyed a fantastic Sunday roast, very reasonably priced for the area and quality of food. Friendly staff and very charming ambience. I highly recommend!more
The fish and chips was excellent and I enjoyed a Meantime beer. The short rib and applewood cheddar pie was exceptional as well! Small wait so come with patience. Only about 15 min on a Wednesday night.more
4 1/2 stars. I was recommended to dine here from the concierge at the Marriott hotel we stayed. It was minutes from Oxford street and it seemed like many locals dined here.
We started off with dinner-a dozen of Dungarvan oysters which were delish. We then shared an entrée of fish and chips and a dried rubbed ribeye, mushy peas, rosemary mashed potatoes and a bone marrow a jus. Everything was...more
My Mom and I came to the Grazing Goat on a Friday morning for breakfast around 9:30am. The yelp reviews and the proximity to our hotel made it a great choice. I enjoyed scrambled eggs with bacon and toast, while my mom had the 2 poached eggs, with bubbles and squeak (had to Google that), and toast. We also each had tea, green and English breakfast. The prices were right, the food was tasty,...more