Great value lunch, excellent quality and great cooking. The staff are very friendly and attentive and the general ambience is very relaxing and enjoyable.
This was not our first meal to the Greedy Goose and we had another excellent meal which is not always the case in all restaurants. Thr staff were very attentive and gave us good service. . Look forward to seeing you again.
As a London foodie I was pleased to hear that somewhere of calibre had opened in Plymouth as it is a City with very few options for a special night out (and half a yard at Cap'n Jaspers sin't always what you need).
I went to the Greedy Goose full of anticipation. This started to wane after waiting half an hour to be seated. Then after ordering, 30 minutes more for the starter to arrive. At least most of the starter. One dish didn't turn up at all and was taken off the bill.
The starter that did arrive was good. But tiny. And it was served in a bowl of raw barley for some odd reason which stuck to the starter and nearly broke my wife's tooth.
The steak sharer main course was expensive and average. You would get better for less at the far superior Hawksmoor.
The shining light of the evening was the Chocolate moose. Delicious. But very small.
We won't be going back.
I booked a table to celebrate our first night out having had a baby last year. We we’re slightly early and showed immediately to our table. We thought, great! It then took about half an hour to get our drinks order taken, by which time we decided we best get our food order in at the same time. On finishing our meal it took 1 hour to attract the attention of a waitress to ask for our bill. At this point we were told that we needed to go to bar to pay anyway. Not a problem but a shame that we had to wait an hour to be informed of this. Unfortunately having sat at our table at 2000 we did not leave until 2330 by which point we had to hot foot it home to relieve the babysitter rather than going for a nice celebratory drink as planned. The food was okay. On a positive note the portion size was reasonable. However, it just wasn’t that tastey. Both the belly pork and pollock were dry and over cooked which was a real shame. We weren’t the only ones with this opinion a table near us had refused to pay for their starters and another couple had commented that the food had been disappointing on leaving.
Excellent food and service. A little over priced but bearable. The ambience was a little flat, maybe some background music needed.
The taster menu was magnificent. This is the 3rd time we have visited. It did not disappoint
We had a great night at the Greedy Goose. Service, food and atmosphere were superb and we really enjoyed our evening. Would most definitely come back when visiting Plymouth and we have already recommended the place to our family and friends who live in the city. Thanks so much to the guys who left us an anniversary card on arrival at our table and then finished the evening with a lovely chocolate message from the chef. Lovely touch and meant so much to myself and wife.
Very good value for set lunchtime menu. Lovely building. Good food. Nice service
The food was good but the service was not. Fairly rude & unwelcoming atmosphere. Felt very much like the waitress was not interested in us being there despite us being polite & friendly. We've worked in hospitality ourselves for many years previously so do understand that sometimes it can be challenging to keep smiling etc throughout service when tired or whatever but honestly she didn't smile at us once & made us feel pretty uncomfortable. The general atmosphere was uncomfortable & we won't be returning unfortunately.
Wedding anniversary, fancied something different for the occasion, everything was great the food in particular the staff were pleasant, the only point was the table was stuck in a corner against the wall but essentially a good evening many thanks
Second time that I have booked this restaurant for a pre-theatre menu. It was so good the first time that I visited & this second visit did not disappoint. The food really is exceptional.
If you go when the restaurant is serving either their lunch or pre-theatre menus then the restaurant also provides good value. It is not cheap but very reasonable considering the quality of both the ingredients and the culinary skill that goes into preparing them.
One of the finest meals I have eaten, it is a celebration of local ingredients. Presented by friendly and welcoming staff. Cooked to perfection. Just a wonderful evening of food and wine.
I felt very much at ease in the restaurant and the staff were very attentive, but I wish I had chosen a different main, while the Gaelic coffee was indifferent.
Very impressed, late notice birthday surprise cannot fault the experience. Menu was sublime, staff were friendly, highly knowledgeable & very welcoming. Will be a firm favourite from now on.
We had been to this restaurant when it was under previous owners but now feel the current staff have got it just right. The atmosphere is relaxed but professional and the food is truly wonderful and tasty. The building itself is stunning. I have been several times now for a Mother's Day lunch and a birthday treat but also a quick lunch and been very impressed on all occasions.
The Greedy Goose is one of my fav restaurants, excellent, food ,great wine choice,professional friendly staff. The fact they can do a gluten free options if they can on the menu which is a bonus ,this was great for this occasion as my friend is gluten free and was able to eat everything I had except the fishbons. My friend and I had a lovely afternoon and wasn’t rushed to leave as it was a late lunch ,it gave us a chance to catch up loads so thank you Greedy Goose . Will be visiting again soon x
Having been to the Greedy Goose for its Early Diners' meals many times before I have to say that I was disappointed this time round... No amuse bouche (which was always a lovely start), and increased prices means that the experience is not as special as it was.
The service, likewise, was not as 'fine dining' as I have experienced before.
Sadly, I am less likely to revisit the Greedy Goose, although it was my favourite Plymouth restaurant over the past 3 years.
Amazing food- this is the best restaurant in Plymouth without a doubt
Excellent food and great service. We were slightly late but they were kind enough to hold our table.
The food was good but the service really let down the whole experience. The food didn’t come out together for the whole party and the waitress did not seem particularly happy to be there. We were seated by the kitchen entrance and the table behind was quite close which resulted in my chair being repeatedly knocked into as staff walked past. It wasn’t what we had been lead to expect for a fine dining experience and is not what it was when it was Tanners.
We went for a lunch time service and the 5-10-5 menu. Thoroughly enjoyed the experience. Particularly enjoyed the guinea fowl risotto. The risotto was amazing. Will definitely return next time we are in Plymouth.
Visited here for the first time this year, usually visit at least 3 times a year. Had the 5£_10£_£5 menu which was excellent. The portions are slightly bigger than the previous lunch deal food and very tasty especially the poached egg and advocado starter.
We had an excellent meal for my Son’s birthday! The food was exquisite, the staff are very friendly and professional, the only let down was one young waitress who tried very hard but needs a little more training she passed plates over our heads and the food slid to one side?
We had gone for the seven course taster menu, the other waitress told us exactly what each course was but the young girl just put the plate down and didn’t say a word? But I understand everybody has to learn!
This was our first here and we thoroughly enjoyed the experience. We had the tasting menu and the flavours, presentation and quantities were all well judged. The atmosphere was quiet, which we like, and the service was excellent.
Never worth the money, no atmosphere, staff unsociable except waitress, £70 for a steak we shared asked for medium rare came out rare with a handful of chips, we had to pay extra for any sides, drinks were reasonable at £5 for a bottle beer which is average, coffee came out with a burnt taste which means they don’t regularly clean there coffee machine pipes, the guy serving drinks was ignorant, the only good thing was it’s a beautiful building....
Despite receiving confirmation by email of the booking, my friends & I arrived at the restaurant to find it was shut.
Leaving me very embarrassed & angry .
A genuinely special building. The service was superlative. For me, it was the type of menu I have difficulty choosing from as I wanted everything on it!
There is a 7 course tasting menu which I highly recommend. A great wine list with reasonable prices made it perfect.
Greedy Goose was cold on arrival.Fortunately the dining room was warmer but not warm enough.Food menu not explained properly.Staff tried hard but they were cold
Disappointing evening but willing to give it another try when it is warmer
11 course tasting menu was excellent as was the accompanying wine flight. Best course was the egg yolk. Staff and service were relaxed but still wonderfully attentive. Very enjoyable experience.
Nice restaurant and lovely food. The five and ten menu is good value we did have the chocolate mousse of the other menu and although it was lovely it was a bit pricey for a pudding.
This was our first visit to The Prestyn House since the Tanners' left.
We enjoyed two sorts of white wine with a plate of fish balls as an aperitif, so it was good to get a different nibble. Confit egg, haggis scotch egg good. Mains could have been very good but the two sides let the overall experience down. Triple fried spuds are not our thing but in this instance the actual variety of potato was wrong and the center not fluffy and alienated the outer coat. Cabbage and bacon was pretty to look at but it was kale and so lightly cooked (which with a sweetheart variety could have stood that) was more like a prickly salad. The bacon added just a touch too much salt because the confit duck seemed to have a good bit of it in the liquid (was that the miso factor?)
Cheese enjoyable. With the £5 I would have been happy with cheaper / plainer biscuits. Those black ones look fab but cost. Oatcakes could be a half-way house to Jacob's.
The wine was fab and will have another bottle when we return.
The side dishes need more thought and whilst the cabbage one did represent value and a bit of excitement with the cream in it, it wasn't right with the duck for reasons aforementioned. Maybe a trio of roasted roots or a mixture of different greens stir-fried with dash of sesame oil and a few toasted seeds.
Will return soon.
We had a nice meal and the setting and service were good. It just feels very expensive for something not that special. The starters were ok- goat curd and torched mackerel, mains were lovely, steak and venison but soooo expensive at £32 and £26 so they should be.... not quite as special as last year and noticeably more expensive. It was also very quiet so very little ambience. We came for our anniversary and had a pleasant eve but will probably go elsewhere next year. Sorry!
First was told did not have booking.
Then was left for a long time without drinks or menus to look at
When finally Sat down to dine, was told not got any food choices for us!
Have eaten in alot of great restaurants and do far this is one of my top places to eat. The food is great well recommended
We had a superb meal at the Greedy Goose on Tuesday, to celebrate my sister's move to Plymouth. It was truly exceptional. This seemed to be all about enticing the best possible flavour from every single ingredient. Everything was so vivid and delicious, we actually got the giggles out of sheer joy.
Excellent surroundings and service. Food was superb. Recommended without hesitation.
I have enjoyed meeting friends for the set lunch at the Greedy Goose for a number of years. The quality of the food remains high and the service is good. However, the cost has disproportionately increased while the choice and quantity has decreased. A friend recently suggested it should be called ‘the Hungry Goose’! We are likely to try other places with good food reviews for our future get togethers.
Exceptional quality food beautifully presented in the oldest building in Plymouth. Location very convenient for central Plymouth. Lunchtime menu is particularly good value
Very enjoyable evening