Goddards at Greenwich serves London's traditional meal of pie mash and liquor. A family-run business that has been serving the dish since 1890, Goddards' handmade pies are made to family recipes and baked throughout the day.
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Goddards at Greenwich
22 King William WalkGreenwichLondonSE10 9HU
- 020 8305 9612
Great place for traditional London meal of pie mash and liquor. Beef pies as well as steak, chicken, and vegetarian. Jellied eels too! Friendly staff and cheap and authentic food.more
Greenwich by itself is a beautiful place and this place certainly matches the awesomeness. This place is recommended by major restaurant magazines as must try pie stop in London.
The place is not that big, they have limited seatings. They have homemade pies which are just awesome.I just loved the chicken and mushroom pie.more
Yes yes yes! This place was top notch with 5 stars shining brightly!
We got there just before 6pm on the Sunday just gone, and the two of us were lucky enough to get a table to ourselves. We knew what we wanted - pie and mash obviously! We were pleasantly surprised that it was only an extra 90p to add some mushy peas, so that was great! My boyfriend ordered us a steak and ale pie each, with...more
In all honesty, I was a little disappointed.
Firstly, the cleanliness. The place was a little grubby - tables, condiments on the table and chairs felt sticky - but Mr L told me that this was kinda expected. I looked at him dumbfounded, not sure if he was pulling my leg. He was serious.
So I decided to ignore that and quickly tuck into my pie and mash, hoping that the food will make up for...more
Goddards at Greenwich is famous for serving London's most traditional meal of pie mash and liquor. This meal can be traced back through the 1800's and is an important part of London's food history. Goddards is still a family run business and has been serving pie and mash since 1890.
Traditional 'Pie and Mash' really is a London only dish. It's funny, that although I live north of the river...more