A good mixed crowd of customers, restful décor, a thoughtful choice of drinks and interesting food; bedrooms
- Separate restaurant
- Sandwiches sold
Bar food times: 7.30am-10pm Mon-Sat; 7.30am-9.30pm Sun
Typical main dish: dry-aged beef burger with smoked cheddar and fries
Typical main dish price: £16.50
Average two course evening meal price: £25.00
- Speciality beers
- Cask ales
Price of cheapest bitter: £4.95
Name of cheapest bitter: Sharps
Bedrooms cost between £150.00 and £240.00
- Children allowed in the bar
- Children allowed in the restaurant
- Dogs allowed in the bar
The good pub guide review
This stylish Cubitt House gastropub is a welcome rest-stop amid the hustle and bustle of Oxford Street and Marble Arch. The bar has a large gilt-edged mirror above an open fire and plenty of spreading dining space with white cushioned and beige dining chairs around pale tables on bare boards, sage green or oak-panelled walls, ceiling lamps and lanterns and some goat memorabilia dotted about. Efficient, friendly staff serve Hammerton N1 and Sharps Doom Bar on handpump, Beavertown craft beers, more than 30 wines by the glass, 17 malt whiskies and cocktails. The upstairs restaurant is more formal with wood-panelled walls and large sash windows. Glass doors open on to the street where there are a few wooden-slatted chairs and tables. The eight bedrooms are modern and well equipped, with good bathrooms. Disabled access to the bar but not to the loos.
The good pub guide food review
As well as breakfast (from 7.30am), the rewarding, nicely presented food includes salt and chilli squid, violet artichoke croquettes with chervil mayonnaise, beer-battered haddock and triple-cooked chips, pan-roasted chicken breast with tarragon dumplings and wild mushrooms, a daily home-made pie, various steaks, pan-fried hake with broccoli and trompette mushrooms, and puddings such as pineapple carpaccio with coconut sorbet and ginger and mint syrup, and apple pie with pecans, salted caramel and vanilla ice-cream.
The Grazing Goat is located in Marylebone on New Quebec Street. We offer a unique atmosphere to our diners and hotel guests alike. Its interior boasts large sun drenched rooms filled with light oak tables and sage green walls – the perfect retreat from the hustle and bustle of city life. In the comfort of the Ground Floor Bar you can enjoy a local ale, a refreshingly creative cocktail or perhaps the fresh market fish special that changes daily in accordance with the local fish market. The Ground Floor Bar provides an atmosphere desired by locals, businessmen and tourists, featuring open fireplaces, wooden floors and a solid oak bar. Relax and enjoy an alternative environment in the First Floor Dining Room. There is no better space to enjoy our British à la carte menu bursting with fresh seasonal produce.
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