The Grazing Goat

About

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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£41 and over

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The Grazing Goat

Address
6 New Quebec Street
London
W1H 7RQ
Public transport:
Marble Arch, Underground
Book a taxi on +44 (0)844 556 0706 or with London's biggest car service app
Yelp Reviews

Yelp

4 out of 5 based on 76 reviews

Top 5 reviews of The Grazing Goat

4.0 out of 5 3 March 2015
by Fleming B.

Our first night in town, jet lagged and trying our hardest to stay awake, we managed to find this adorable gastropub. We had previously made reservations online, so we were slightly dismayed when we were taken away from the hustle and bustle of the first floor bar and taken to the more sedate upstairs. Regardless, the atmosphere was cozy and welcoming. Rustic decor (think antler chandeliers)...more

3.0 out of 5 19 January 2015
by Daphne S.

There is a lovely warm atmosphere as you come into this traditional English pub. The decor is comforting and cozy and there is something very welcoming as you leave the icy cold of a winter's night in London behind.

The staff were friendly and attentive. The menu is varied and there is something there for everyone. I was very excited and my expectations were high that this was going to be...more

5.0 out of 5 17 December 2014
by Karen C.

A comfortable restaurant, with two floors and outdoor seating in a very touristy area! A nice little saving grace that's not crowded, and on a quiet street. The food was amazing, and the interior and ambiance was so cozy, couldn't help but smile :)

Try the truffle mash, and their Sunday roasts!!!! Very filling :9more

1.0 out of 5 9 December 2014
by Boris S.

I had a terrible experience here.

I picked this place after reading all the wonderful reviews here on Yelp. When I arrived shortly before 5pm the place looked decently filled but not packed. A polite waitress greeted me and took me over to a table for one. Then, suddenly, all of London descended upon this place! There was barely any standing room. My table was surrounded and I felt very...more

2.0 out of 5 22 November 2014
by Lynsey S.

I am very conflicted about this pub. Been for drinks a few times. Good cider, suspect lager. Popped in for breakfast a few weeks ago and what could

go wrong, did. (Sloooooooow service - 35mins for coffee is never ok people!)

There aren't too many pubs in this area so if you're looking for a pint around that way I'd pop in. Wouldn't go out of my way for food there though.more

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