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.
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
Best roast in town!
With a little more expertise in the kitchen, The Grazing Goat would be one of the best dining rooms in London for a Sunday lunch.
Food was exellent but portions were very small for the price & the upstairs dining room was bizarrely hot
Enjoyed a fantastic dinner at The Grazing Goat this week. Group of friends, a great catch up. Bar downstairs was very very busy around 6.30 to 8pm.
A quiet evening, not very busy. Service too casual which is uncharacteristic. Tasty food as usual. Will return.
This is a lovely restaurant on a charming street away from busy March Arch. I had a vegetarian starter and main and they were both nice but nothing special. And definitely over priced. There’s so much excellent vegetarian food around now that seems odd that it wasn’t better. I’m not a veggie, just being healthy in January.
Great place to meet friends
Didn’t enjoy seeing the server handling drinks by Wrapping his fingers around the rim of the glass... More basic training needed there. Putting that aside, nice place. Quinoa burger was huge & a bit too much to finish. Would go again. Fish & chips lovely
Very relaxed atmosphere with tasteful decor. Food was great, traditional menu with a few twists. I had chicken pie with swede which was really delicious. Great service too.
GREAT AMBIENCE AND EXCELLENT FOOD AND SERVICE ,JUST WHAT WE WANTED ON BOXING DAY LUNCH.STAFF FRIENDLY .
Perfect London pub experience - upscale without being pretentious.
We have eaten here on multiple occasions when visiting London. This place is excellent for brunch but lackluster for dinner. The meat was over cooked. I can tell they make it medium to well done in sous vide — preventing you from ordering the meat rare or medium rare. The waitress was rude and quickly snatched or napkins when we said we weren’t ordering dessert. The wine was not good either. Leaving here disappointed.
My daughter chose this restaurant during our week in London. It happened to be conveniently located near our hotel at Marylebone. Really good food and wine, decent service for a holiday as there were large parties as well. Also a B and B I believe. A special place.
Excellent food, excellent service, will definitely be our go to place for a great Sunday roast from now on. The dessert was amazing as well.
We had a great meal with friends & will definitely return - Steak & House Beef Pie were very tasty!
This was my first visit and I’d chosen carefully after a little research. It needed to be close to our hotel. The atmosphere was great, but very noisy. The staff were friendly, but extremely slow and somewhat forgetful. The food tasted lovely, but was not hot enough. Overall I wouldn’t visit again .
Alejandra was super helpful, friendly and good fun. Food was lovely too.
Chose it because it was a dog friendly place, Grazing Goat need to liaise with Open table - about specifically mentioning that dogs are not allowed in the dining rooms when booking for dinner, and have the option to book for the downstairs section - because of this confusion the booking was moved in the last minute to 1hr 15 minutes earlier than the chosen time - which inconvenienced my party very much . Then the service from the waitress was not great - missed out orders placed and long wait times from kitchen for food to arrive. We started going to the bar to get our drinks instead. Very noisy as well so couldn't hear our party talking. Nice and cosy venue , so its a shame that the overall experience was ruined because of all of this. Food is expensive for what it is. It was prepared well but not specially memorable considering the price. Maybe visiting during low peak hours might be better.
Great place to meet for breakfast, quiet little street just a stones throw from Oxford street. Good food and attentive service. Definitely worth a visit.
We booked here, because it was close to our hotel, we were arriving from Heathrow late in the evening, and knew that we would be hungry. We sat in a very comfortable room. My dish, a venison special, was great, with a nice fruit infused jus and mounds of roasted root vegetables. A nice welcome to London.
Lovely venue, nice staff, food looked beautiful on the plate and tasted good but mains were pretty cold by the time they got to the table and some portions were on the small side (not the Sunday roast - that was huge!)
We waited 45 minutes for the table. Bad manners of the maitre!
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.