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
Deliciously simple pie and mash. Proper East London style pies served piping hot with mash and gravy or your choice of other sides and toppings. We just went there today after a stroll around the market and even though it was packed the line moved quickly and they serve you at the counter. It was great hearing the staff talk to locals and regulars. Very cool decor too, kept this place...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
This place is so English and I love it. There was a line out the door and everything was served with a pile of mashed potato. We got our pies to go, which meant that the wonderful person behind the counter gave us a takeaway coffee cup full of gravy to go with them.
A. Cup. Full. Of. Gravy. It was great gravy.
The pies were delicious, and the serving sizes super generous. And the price is...more
This is one fun British restaurant!
Pies are the order of the day here - and their pies are absolutely first rate.
However - the sleeper on the menu not to be missed are the eels.
Ok - I'm biased. I kill for eels.
If this is a Hitchcock thriller and a mysterious stranger needs me to do a dastardly deed -
have him give me eels and I might be good for the business.
That said - even with...more