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
Had a two course lunch with a colleague. Food was delicious and mains served piping hot. However presentation of Burata starter could have been better and the ratio of accompaniments maybe increased. Would recommend the main chicken course as well as the venue and service.
Had wanted to go to grazing goat for a long time but was very disappointed when we got there. 45 minute wait for a table (tho new floor manager v nice about it). Starters were ok but steak was flavourless (taken off bill), chicken and rice salad bland and boring, and chicken main dry. Best menu item was lamb and the aubergine sauce that goes with the chicken dish.
Not impressed with the Grazing Goat- despite booking we waited for 25 minutes past the time of our booking to be seated. It got worse from there. We had already finished the first course before we were offered water for the table. It took 20 minutes to order the bill and then a further 5 minutes for the card machine to be brought over. Staff seemed frazzled and poorly trained. When we left we were not acknowledged. The food was very average. Certainly not what I would expect.
Been here a few times now and it never disappoints
Nice enough pub / restaurant but over priced for the quality, quantity and level of service.
Despite having booked, we were left waiting a few minutes while they cleared the table. Our waiter was lovely but service was slow presumably because the place was so busy. The roast dinners we had were fine but not worth the price tag they had been given and the wine list was generally on the more expensive side.
An OK experience and I may drop in for a pint again if I’m in the area but won’t be making a visit for lunch or dinner again.
Service was a bit slow when we went - starters served and eaten before we got our bottle of wine. Otherwise food was very good
Very enjoyable lunch with my wife. The service was efficient and very friendly and the food was excellent - probably the best veggie burger I have ever tasted. Good selection of drinks and the ambience was very comfortable and authentic
I've eaten lunch here several times over the past year or so and the food is consistently good and the service is attentive and friendly. The music can be a bit loud, but the waitress lowered the volume which was kind. We paid 28 pounds per person for main and dessert and a drink.
I came here specifically because I wanted some good Sunday Roast, and the Grazing Goat did not disappoint! The meat was very tender and extremely flavorful. I would highly recommend!
Recommended by a friend for a get together of 7 friends. Great Sunday day roast lamb. Good wine selection. Lovely atmosphere. Definitely recommend.
The food was just average pub food but overpriced for what it was. The staff was nice but trying to get their attention was a bit difficult. There are tons of places in London you can go, spend 100 quid for 2 and have great food. This isn’t one of them.
Birthday Lunch with ny son. Delicious food, good location and comfortable ambiance.
A bit pricey but we enjoyed every dish. The meringue dessert was awesome.
House champagne a little disappointing and too warm for my preference.
Would definitely return
Good food and drink overall. Definitely not the cheapest but we had a really good time. Service a bit slow regarding the emptiness of the restaurant on a saturday night
This is one of my favourite venues for Sunday Roast and I am never disappointed.
Good dog friendly Sunday roast restaurant!
Roast beef highly recommended!
Took my family of five after getting off a long flight from the States. Great upscale British gastropub. Upstairs dining room is quieter and more refined than a typical pub. Fish and chips and shepard’s Pie were both excellent.
Fun casual experience
Since this restaurant group was taken over it is noticeable that the menu has shrunk and prices have increased
However it is still fair value and the staff and wine list are a redeeming feature
Good location close to Marble Arch, good atmosphere,good food decent size portions at a reasonable price for central London! pretty decent gin menu, attentive and friendly service.
Have dined here on a number of occasions and never dissapointe
Superior pub food. Fairly limited menu - but better to have limited choice, but do what you do well. That seems to be the case here - everything we had was really well cooked. I was a little disappointed they had not adapted their menu to the heatwave - if the 'pie of the day' hat been a Melton Mowbray pork instead of steak&kidney, I would have picked it. Who wants hot pie when it's over 30C and your dining room is not air conditioned (one old-school fan struggled valiently? Only 6 beers on draft seems a low number for a pub - and again, despite the heat, not a single wheat/Weizenbeer among them. Many of the 'bottled' beers come actually in cans - a crime against beer in my book, and the waiter insisting that the particular one my friend ordered was better from a can did not make me feel confident in his advice ... anyway it was a good evening overall, we live in the neighbourhood and will come again.
Went to this little gem of a bar/restaurant as it was close to the Hotel we were staying at, it was everything we needed & more besides. Wonderful food excellent service relaxed & made the evening flow smoothly never being rushed. Wonderful place to eat & drink
Excellent - food choices were wide enough to find something for my 14 year old and my husband and me. Food was very good. The pea soup - best we’ve had, very fresh and flavorful without being heavy.
The service was attentive without being overbearing and we liked the upscale but still causal feel of the restaurant.
We will definitely return if we’re in the neighborhood.
I dine at the Goat when I’m in town for business usually 10 times a year. I have always enjoyed my experience but the Goat has changed in the last year. Not sure I can pinpoint exactly what but the level of service and quality off food seems a bit off. Overall you will still get a good meal in a very nice setting.
They provides the best Sunday Roast in London. Recommended for a friend gathering.
We had unwelcome guests on our upstairs table....ants. I was treating friends but I didn't expect to pay for the ants eating too.
We pointed them out twice and even found where they were coming from, the waiter said he tell the manager but no response. Strange not to just move us and I didn't want to spoil the evening by making more of it.
Generally an underwhelming place. I must learn not to be so British as I paid the service charge!
Great service from the Estonian waitresss. She was both engaging and helpful. Everything with a smile. Food was top notch. This place is a little gem in a very accessible part of the West End. My favourite meeting place as it’s about 15 mins walk from Marylebone station. Great selection of wines, both by the bottle, but crucially by the glass also.
Disappointing experience due to the incredibly busy and noisy nature of the restaurant and terrible service. To be fair, the guys serving were doing their very best but were clearly understaffed and this was causing them a lot of stress. My colleagues and I were looking forward to the meal as this had been a recommendation and the food itself was excellent just let down by really poor service and slightly chaotic atmosphere. One of our meals was removed from the bill and service charge removed which was very fair.
A vibrant and lively venue for a very nice dinner and drinks. Atmosphere is quite loud so not for a discreet or private chat perhaps but this was not an issue for our group. Food was very good and a nice varied menu. Servers very friendly yet we had been warned it may be slow service due to large groups and that was in fact the reality but again we were forewarned and it was not an issue. Definitely will return
The menu has changed since our last visit - and not for the better. Three of the six in our party wanted bream only to be told there was none. One fish and chips order was delivered to our table when almost everyone else had finished eating. Thank you to the manager for not charging for that meal. The noise in the restaurant was quite loud and conversation was extremely difficult. Our group of friends get together only about every 18 months as we live in different countries, and we have met before at The Grazing Goat. I am sad to say this venue will not be considered again.
Very good service,lovely atmosphere and reasonable prices for food especially.
Would recommend and come again.
We had a table for 6 and the service from the start was poor. We had to ask if we could order drinks and when we did, the drinks took nearly half an hour to arrive with two people from our party chasing their drinks as they still hadn't arived. The waiter huffed when we asked if we could order starters and then our mains later so we just ordered it all together (the restaurant wasn't that busy for a Saturday lunchtime). The food was ok, I think £24 for steak and chips is quite expensive and it took over an hour to arrive.
Overall it's a lovely looking pub but rude and ineffective service with overpriced food.
Decent lunch here. Managed to get a good spot outside in the sunshine. Service was very good.
Really bad service which is such a shame as the food was lovely. It wasn't even full so hard to understand why on this occasion it was so bad.
The service and food was as ever up to standard with the waiter helpful but not overly attentive. a good choice for a casual(ish) meal with good ambience and not too much background noise that you can't have a conversation.
We completely enjoyed our experience-food was terrific and staff was friendly and welcoming.
Good food. Poor service.
Great food and service was brilliant wood recommend and definitely return
The food and service were both good, but the upstairs dining room could not cope with the extreme hot weather. The management would have been experiencing this for some weeks, so should have done more to mitigate the temperature or closed the room to bookings. The single fan installed in the centre of the room was totally inadequate and pointed in only one direction until we suggested moving onto a swing setting. The result was that we had to abandon our meal after two of our planned three courses as the room was simply stifling and too uncomfortable to stay in. As a result our experience was very poor and we would strongly advise people to avoid this venue on a hot day.