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The Grazing Goat
6 New Quebec StreetLondonW1H 7RQ
First gastropub in London, on our first night with friends. Amazing. We sat at a table near the window which had a great view of the street and all the people in the area. The atmosphere is upscale, friendly and welcoming. They aren't chasing you out of the place because it is crowded and people are waiting. Great place to sit and catch up with friends.
The staff are nice, friendly and great...more
We are very happy to have discovered Grazing Goat on our last evening in London. From the country-chic charming ambience to friendly and attentive wait staff, it completely changed my mind about English cuisine.
We had a beetroot starter, cured scallop dish, crayfish salad and fish & chips. Everything was fresh and delicately prepared- seasoned and dressed perfectly with layers of textures....more
This was my first stop in London and ended up being the best fish-n-chips I had. I loved the atmosphere and décor, it was trendy and rustic. The waiters were very nice and attentive. If you are into whiskey or scout they have a good selection. By my surprise the made a decent margarita. Just one tip: margaritas belong in a tall glass.
Let's talk fish-n-chips: The fish was cooked and battered...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