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
It's right on the edge of Greenwich Indoor Market, and I've walked past it a few times with their outdoor sign advertising "traditional pie, mash and jellied eels" and assumed it'd be tourist-ridden. Never assume.
I ate at this place over the weekend. And let me tell you, they know good pie and mash (I can't vouch for the jellied eels but my parents enjoyed them). I only moved back to the UK...more
I remember visiting the old Goddards in Greenwich just around the corner before they moved out many times (was taken over by Gourmet Burger). It was a genuine local institution. Full of old-school characters from across SE London.
The new Goddards is on the site of the old Cricketers pub, just inside Greenwich market. They've done well to retain some of the old features. The interior is...more
Pie and Mash is a British classic though I'm ashamed to say that before last week I hadn't tried it. Goddard's was the perfect place to start.
The staff were upbeat and friendly, quick to serve and always with a smile. The shop itself is quite small with pew bench seating, though there is a larger seating area upstairs. The decor is classic; late Victorian tiles and vintage signs.
We walked around and finally decided to eat here. And that may have been the shitties decision we did that day.
We ate some kind of steakpie which i usually love but this was so discuting that none of us could finish our meels. (party of 4)
We sat uppstairs and i guees the cleaning personal had the day of, it was plates and leavings as all over and rhe table we cleaned our self was really...more
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