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
- Public transport:
- Cutty Sark (DLR), National Railway
I would describe this place as a pocket of the North. In the south.
It's good food. Nice, if busy atmosphere, the staff are fu**ing awesome though. Seriously. They're ace.
Bloke cleaning tables is a hero. Woman who served me charmed me right off. Random guy waiting by the stairs for something put a smile on my face.
Decent pie (didn't change my life, but good) but generally I would go...more
Situated in the heart of lovely Greenwich, Goddards is an iconic english pie and mash shop, and the perfect place to grab a quick casual bite to eat. You have to queue and order at the counter, but the wait wasn't long. I'd suggest popping in here before venturing off to see the many attractions the town of Greenwich has to offer. The prices are a bargain and we left feeling full and...more
The beef pie was a little bland, but the chicken pie was great ! I quite liked the mash but you'll want to add a little salt. Mushy peas were okay, a bit more mint please. Anyway a very pleasant experience and for under £5 a head, stunning value.more
This place is a classic! Lovely historical pie and mash shop right at Greenwich market. Famous for their sweet pies and crumbles too, which are served piping hot with yummy custard.
The whole 'historic pie shop' deal makes me think of Sweeney Todd. Well, minus the human pies. I hope.more
Your classic pie and mash shop. Looking for classic pie and mash in a classic English setting. Look no further.
Located right next to Greenwich market, it's exactly what you hope it would be. Order from the counter and get a cheap and delicious pie, with or without mash. Also, mushy peas if you like. Also jellied eels if you like. Also, a giant portion of gravy slathered all over it....more