The Grazing Goat
Enjoy a local ale, a creative cocktail or our daily market fish special in the comfort of the Ground Floor Bar, surrounded by open fireplaces, wooden panelling and large French doors.
The Grazing Goat has eight beautiful rooms set over three floors. Each room boasts modern country house styled interiors, en-suite bathrooms, complimentary Wi-Fi and Aesop products. The rooms offer a tranquil escape from a busy London lifestyle.
Monday - Saturday: 7.30am - 11pm
Sunday: 7.30am - 10:30pm
Please note that the kitchen closes 1 hour prior to the bar.
First Floor Dining Room Opening Hours
Monday - Saturday: 12pm - 10pm
Sunday: 12pm - 9:30pm
The First Floor Dining Room, Front Dining Room and Back Dining Room are ideal for hosting a private celebration or corporate event.View Private Dining Details
Delicious Sunday roast, a good wine list (with a nice variation of prices) and good desserts. The place is warm and inviting with nice decor.
Very good both the food and the service! The meat pie was excellent. Great traditional place!
The food was good - not spectacular but good. The main problem was that for a brief informal business lunch, it took an hour for our food to arrive. There was a reason in that a big group arrived at the same time or just before us. However, I assume that they had a booking and so to an extent this could have been planned around/foreseen? For anyone to be waiting for an hour for a single course meal isn't ideal. When it's a business lunch and peoples' time is restricted, it doesn't really work. The staff to be fair were well aware of the issue and deducted the cost of our (soft) drinks from the final bill. Possibly just an unfortunate one-off.
After a number of visits we now make this venue a half yearly fixture. Sadly this time it did not live up to previous visits. The steaks were nothing like the previous quality and were only just hot enough, same for the chips. Being a group of four and no one wanting to complain it’s only towards the end we all had the same experience. Despite saying this to the lovely lady serving us it seems to have been ignored. Probably time to chose another venue
Lovely food and environment, made for a great evening.
The Grazing Coat never disappoints ! The roast beef was cooked to perfection . The atmosphere has a great buzz and the staff are friendly and efficient !
Three meals here while lodging ( beautiful rooms! ), all excellent.
Great warm place with delicious food for a lunch/dinner. Waitresses were a little over us taking out the plates and glasses one by one as we were finishing them. Nevertheless, very happy with the place quiet enough to be able to talk to the people I was with.
Excellent evening and great food
Wedding present for friends. A couple of the items on the menu were not available which we not advised in advance.
The restaurant was busy but we had to attract the attention of staff to order dessert and then to get the bill. The bill was incorrect and included a side order that we had not ordered and included a charge of £2 x 2 for two carafes of tap water. I have eaten there on a couple of previous occasions which is why I chose the restaurant for this celebration meal. The above left me disappointed with the evening.
This is one of the most quaint, lovely restaurants in London right in the heart of Marylebone. I love this place and have been more than once !
Very good food and atmosphere, suitable for adults or a family with kids, which we were.
Really great dinner and service etc etc etc etc etc
Great Sunday roast. Very cosy place, but quite busy
Average meal at best. Food was great, service appalling. Not much else to say. Wouldn’t recommend and wouldn’t return.
Excellent service, pre with the reminder email, on arrival with the cheerful welcome, and during with a most pleasant staff. Table lighting was vey dim and reading the menu was helped by mobile phone torch function usage. Food was very good marked down one star because of the (rather mean) absence of a little bread a la francaise but the choices we made were super and complemented with good wine.
Nice vibrant atmosphere, friendly service and very good food.
Noisy but great food and service
Good food, but the Service was partly poor (the white waitress - the black waitress was friendly). And the noise-level was very high. So it was difficult to have a good conversation.
I came with my husband & in-laws for a birthday celebration lunch.
Staff were awesome attentive & good humoured.
Food was delightful! Great portion sizes amazing quality!
Delicious food, great atmosphere and staff very friendly and attentive. Very nice meal & will definitely go back again soon
Delicious meal. The trout was outstanding
I've visited The Grazing Goat many times and always enjoyed it. This time I think they must have had the B team on duty because the service was very noticeably below the usual standard. No idea why. Perhaps someone was ill. I will go again, it's a nice place, and everyone has an off-day occasionally.
We had the Sunday roast. The beef was excellent - easily the best roast beef I’ve had. Good quality meat cooked very well. Good selection of wine too. It’s a bit pricey, but well worth it.
Service was excellent - attentive without being intrusive.
Nice venue away from the hustle and bustle of Oxford Street and the uninspiring mainstream eateries.
Service was friendly, not overly attentive but never far away if you needed something.
Food was as you would expect from a Gastro pub - tasty and good all-round value.
Lovely establishment, friendly staff and good food
Went there this weekend and had a lovely dinner. The service was really good and the food fantastic. The only negative thig is we got a reservation at 8.45, but it seemed like they wanted us to rush it a bit, because after 30 minutes we were the only ones left in the restaurant. Why take reservations so late if the restaurant closes at 9.30? That being said, would definitely recommend this charming restaurant.
I have been here several times, but will never return on a Sunday! The food was undercooked and barely warm. Forgot gravy. The Sunday roast event at 8 o`clock was a disappointment. Stressed crew. Badly tempered wine.
We chose this place due to a successful dinner last time. But now; no good, sorry!
We really like the Grazing Goat for Sunday Lunch but our last visit was a complete let down.
The food was usual good standard but our waitress was miserable and just delivered the min required.
On the next table we had a noisy group who on finishing their meal started playing some sort of game. They then managed to tip over a bottle of red wine some of which managed to hit my coat.
We complained and to be fair the manager was very apologetic, it would be disappointing if standers were to fall at what is a great venue.
Although the atmosphere was vibrant and buzzing, the food was disappointing. 2 of us had pork loin and belly. The loin was over cooked and the belly was almost pure fat and not Cooked nearly enough. The sides were also uninspiring. We didn’t stay for dessert.
The atmosphere was good. People obviously enjoying themselves, but the it was difficult to talk, as the sound level was impossible...
Service was fine when we could get waiters attention, but they seemed to go for the relaxed approach....maybe a bit too relaxed
Shame about the place, really, as the atmosphere and decor are very agreeable
Been here once before and had a positive experience this time the service was shocking, no co-ordination between the upstairs restaurant kitchen and bar. No interaction with staff unless requested. Overall very disappointing
Took my mother and godmother there for lunch. Restaurant was busy but not loud. Easy to speak.
Had a fantastic meal here with friends and a fab atmosphere. Our waiter was fantastic and very knowledgable, particularly about the wine and the locally sourced produce. Would not hesitate in returning and would definitely recommend to friends. Very busy for a Sunday night so essential to book.
Great food, great atmosphere, excellent service. Quiet enough for conversation yet lively enough to make the evening enjoyable.
Food and ambience was great, lack of staff was the only let-down. Worth a visit.
I only wanted a light meal and soup, bread followed by rabbit croquettes fitted the bill perfectly. I might have been better going to the bar rather than the restaurant. I think they expected to serve a full meal. The soup and croquettes were both very good. I had to wait for the croquettes but that aside everything was of good quality. It is a pub serving good food.
I have used this restaurant for a number of years. Never had a poor meal
We dined there for the 4th time despite living in America. Very reliable and nice location near Oxford Street. A “Gastro-Pub” very busy on a Monday night says that locals agree with us. The food is very good but not memorable.
Food was cold when it arrived. They were very busy and service was slow but amenable.